Best Exhibitions in London Christmas 2015
Tis' the season: Top Christmas exhibitions London 2015
Frank Auerbach, Tate Britain
The famously modest British painter is sure to attract crowds with his rich impasto paintings, dripping with thick oil paint, that capture Camden Town. Frank Auerbach has become one of the most iconic British artists around - don't miss his stellar show at Tate Britain.
Alexander Calder, Tate Modern
Tate's swinging mobiles and dynamic art will mix things up over at Tate Modern this Christmas - well worth a visit to Alexander Calder's first ever major retrospective.
Giacometti: Pure Presence, National Portrait Gallery
Alberto Giacometti's frail figures jump started modernist sculpture in the 20th century and they are still the most expensive in the world! National Portrait Gallery London gets to grips with his wiry portraits in this stellar exhibition.
M.C Escher, Dulwich Picture Gallery
Dive into the surreal world of Escher's astounding and playful drawings where nothing is quite what it seems at Dulwich Picture Gallery this Christmas. An escape to south east London's beloved gallery is also a great way to keep the yuletide spirit alive in lovely Dulwich Village.
Goya, National Gallery
The king of 18th century portraits takes centre stage at this highly acclaimed National Gallery exhibition. Goya was one of the most important Spanish painters of the European courts and here he proves his metal as a portraitist.
Renaissance Christmas, Art History UK
Enjoy that special Christmas sparkle in London with Art History UK's lovely tour of angelic Annunciations paintings and nativities in the National Gallery by the finest Renaissance masters. There's no better way to feel some festive cheer.
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The World Goes Pop, Tate Modern
Andy Warhol takes a break as Tate Modern celebrates radical Pop Artists from around the world, with a particularly spectacular spotlight on female artists responding to the changing role of women with the sexual revolution. Tongue-in-cheek art that gets to the roots of why Pop Art was so controversial before it covered our cereal boxes.