National Gallery Hosting Landmark Monet ExhibitionFrom 9 April to 29 July 2018, the National Gallery in London will display The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture.
Jerwood Collection to Hold Commemorative Exhibition at Sotheby’s LondonTo mark its 25th anniversary, the Jerwood Collection will stage an exhibition of 25 British works, opening on 8 June. Read more, here.
Julien’s Auctions to Sell Unique Artwork by Legendary New York Graffiti ArtistA recently discovered aerosol on canvas work by Jeffrey Brown, the late ‘King of Style’, will go on sale at Julien’s Auctions this May.
In the studio with… Jo HoldsworthFor the second instalment in our Arts & Collections series, we visit Jo Holdsworth, a London-based artist at her home studio in Wimbledon in south west London.
Eugène Delacroix Retrospective Arrives in ParisIn collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Louvre in Paris will hold a historic exhibition to celebrate Eugène Delacroix—one of the most prolific French painters of all time.
British Artist Lincoln Townley to Exhibit at La Biennale di VeneziaArt world maverick Lincoln Townley today announced his exhibition at La Biennale in Venice at the prestigious Palazzo Bembo on the Grand Canal.
Sotheby’s Auctions Arrive in IndiaIn yet another sign of the burgeoning Indian art market, Sotheby’s will hold its inaugural Indian auction in Mumbai this December.
In the studio with… Michal JanowskiFor the first in a new Arts & Collections series, we visit Polish artist Michał Janowski at his home studio in east London.
All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting LifeA fascinating new retrospective, All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, will be held at the Tate Britain in London this spring/summer.
Renaissance ArtAfter the Middle Ages, a period of cultural decline and stagnation, Renaissance art brought with it a newfound interest in the achievements of the Classical world.
Museum of London Docklands to Explore Death and BurialFrom 25 May, a new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands will reflect on ancient Roman Londoners and their relationship with death.
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