The best art exhibitions, London, opening in July
From a Yves Klein retrospective to the return of London's best free outdoor sculpture garden, here's our pick of the best art exhibitions opening in London this July
Frieze's free outdoor sculpture garden returns to London's Regent’s Park for its second edition with a roster of big names in contemporary art. Expect new and significant works by 20th-century masters and leading contemporary greats including Tracey Emin, Elmgreen & Dragset and Sean Scully.Read more ...
To celebrate the opening of Unit London – Mayfair's hot new contemporary art gallery – founders Joe and Jonny are staging a major exhibition of work by South African abstract figurative painter Ryan Hewett. The Garden features a new series of brightly-saturated oil paintings, drawing on continued notions of fantasy and surrealism.
Think of Banksy and his illicit, politically subversive street art epigrams spring to mind. But the anonymous British artist is also the proud creator of a vast number of painterly oils, sculptures and stenciled canvases.
A major new exhibition at Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair showcases a diverse cross-section of Banksy's most celebrated works created between 2002 and 2008. With all works drawn from prestigious private collections, and many never previously exhibited in public, this phenomenal exhibition reveals the great breath and artistic innovation of one of Britain's most popular living artists.
Blenheim Palace celebrates the works of colour visionary, Yves Klein, on what would be his 90th birthday. We're certain that this much-anticipated solo exhibition might just be enough to tempt you onto a day trip out of the capital.Read more ...
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