The best art exhibitions opening in London this April
Drama reigns this April as London's newest exhibitions explore horror films, angst-ridden art and artificial intelligence. Here are our top picks.
Edvard Munch is regarded as one of the greatest Modernists of the 20th century. His tumultuous love affairs fuelled his simultaneous passion and fear of women: a source of inspiration for many of his most haunting works. Put the date in your dairy – the first ever Munch exhibition at the British Museum is set to be huge.Read more ...
The Design Museum explores director Stanley Kubrick's relationship with London and how it inspired some of the most memorable set pieces in film history. Explore the genius of The Shining, A Clockwork Orange and Eyes Wide Shut, in a an exhibition that will delight film buffs.Read more ...
As part of its 2019 Forward Programme, Serpentine Gallery hosts the latest project from German filmmaker Hito Steyerl, who explores power, the digital future and AI with augmented reality.Read more ...
This April Tate Britain is opening a display dedicated to female artists working in Britain from 1960 to the present day. The gallery space will showcase around 60 works by more than 30 women including Turner Prize winner Rachel Whiteread, painter Bridget Riley and the multimedia artist Mona Hatoum.Read more ...
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