The best art exhibitions, London, opening this November
Klimt and Schiele go head-to-head, Peanuts lands at Somerset House and the last of the Pre-Raphaelites dazzles at Tate Britain; these are the unmissable art exhibitions opening this month
The Royal Academy celebrates the centenary of Austrian Modernists, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, with a blockbuster retrospective in collaboration with Vienna's Albertina Museum.Read more ...
This major Tate Britain Edward-Burne Jones retrospective offers a comprehensive look at the career of the last Pre-Raphaelite, one of Britain's most-loved artists.Read more ...
Good Grief! Don't miss the upcoming celebration of Peanuts, the nation's much-loved comic strip at Somerset House this autumn.Read more ...
Featuring over fifty paintings from public and private collections across the world, Gainsborough’s Family Album charts Gainsborough's career trajectory and his rise from an eighteenth-century provincial artist to the realms of fame and fortune.Read more ...
This November, Unit London presents a major solo exhibition of work by Chinese contemporary artist Jacky Tsai; it will be the artist’s largest UK solo show to date. Although best known as the creator of the iconic floral Alexander McQueen skull, Tsai is a prolific artist in his own right, working across sculpture, fashion and installation.
Featuring twenty new works, this bijou exhibition showcases the artist's innovative fusion of East and West, imaginative use of perspective and aesthetically rich narratives. Expect skulls and a whole lot more.Read more ...
This upcoming British Museum exhibition will shed light on the world’s first empire and the great, unknown king who ruled it.Read more ...
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