The best art exhibitions in London this March
March is a bumper month for exhibitions in London, from exquisite examples of the kimono at the V&A to Andy Warhol's striking prints at Tate Modern
Vogue photographer and social butterfly Cecil Beaton captured the bold and the beautiful of high society during the golden age of glamour and fashion. This exhibition will examine Beaton's portraits of Britain's socialites from the 20s and 30s.Read more ...
This month Tate Modern will open a major six-month-long exhibition, celebrating the Andy Warhol's extraordinary career. The show will showcase some of his best-known works, including his screenprint portrait of Marilyn Monroe.Read more ...
An exhibition of some of the biggest and most popular names in art is coming to the Royal Academy in March. Paul Gauguin provides the pulling power for a show that will include Manet, Renoir, Monet and Degas, to name but a few.Read more ...
Hayward Gallery's exhibition on trees is a celebration of all things arboreal, from the jungles of Japan to the olive groves of Israel. Organised to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, this group show will display a wide selection of works from an impressive cast of artists.Read more ...
To walk through this theatrical exhibition is to experience the five-hundred-year history of the kimono, from its place in the domestic sphere, to its later importance as an iconic export.
Fin-de-siècle enfant terrible Aubrey Beardsley had a reputation for being somewhat of a dandy and an eccentric. He was also an extremely talented illustrator. This month Tate Britain launches an exhibition of more than 200 of his works, including many rarely-seen drawings.Read more ...
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