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With over 250 photographs, all printed by McCullin in his own darkroom, the Tate Britain’s latest exhibition offers up room after room of great and terrible images by the legendary British photographer. McCullin is renowned as one of Britain’s greatest living photographers for his work as a photojournalist and war correspondent. His 60-year photographic career can be examined in this full retrospective, exhibiting from 5 February to 6 May 2019. Here, images of conflict from...

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London has a wealth of art and culture to offer tourists and locals alike. If you are unsure which galleries to visit, Arts & Collections is here to help with the best art galleries in London. Barbican Art Gallery Expect to be greeted with themes that extend from Pop Art to architectural innovations and designer jewellery. The Barbican really is a diverse gallery and deserves a spot as one of the best art galleries in London,...

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‘All things considered, there is only Matisse’ – Pablo Picasso The deceptively simply concept that caused a revolutionary development in art, by engaging simplicity with creative sophistication, that is recognized as a great artist’s final creative triumph.  No to be missed, one of the great art events of the year is the exhibition of Cut-Outs by Henri Matisse (1869‑1954) at Tate Britain, London. The exhibition has been four years in the planning, and this final...

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British Folk Art, the first significant exhibition of British folk art at a major institution, will open at Tate Britain on 10 June 2014. Nearly 200 paintings, sculptures, textiles and objects have been drawn together from collections across the country in an exhibition that will celebrate folk art in the UK. Folk art is an established subject in many countries; however in Britain the genre remains elusive. Rarely considered in the context of art history,...

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The career and impact of Kenneth Clark (1903–1983), one of the most influential figures in British art, will be explored in Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation at Tate Britain from 20th May 2014. The exhibition will explore Clark’s role as patron, collector, art historian, public servant, and broadcasting impresario, the first to bring the art of the 20th century to a mass television audience. A major focus of the exhibition will be Clark’s patronage and...

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