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Opening 23 January, visitors to the Tate Modern will be able to see a major exhibition of pieces by French artist Pierre Bonnard, several of which will be displayed in the way that he painted them—as canvases attached to the wall without their frames. Curator Matthew Gale explained why Tate Modern wanted to recreate Bonnard’s unconventional studio style: “Most artist use stretchers, a wooden structure that keep the canvas flat, but he nailed them to...

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A Tate Modern exhibition will display work from one of Picasso’s most erotic periods from 8 March-9 September 2018.  Billed to be one of Tate Modern’s most significant shows to date, Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy—his first solo exhibition at the gallery—will comprise some of the Spanish-born artist’s most inventive works. It will bring viewers face-to-face with more than 100 paintings, drawings and sculptures, mixed with family photographs and glimpses into his personal life....

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Powerful abstracts and stirring displays convey Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, at the Tate Modern from 12 July until 2 October, as a show that is not to be missed. Forgotten artists are revived as the battle for civil rights are laid bare in this poignant retrospective. The Tate Modern’s new powerful exhibition reveals how life was for black civilians and black artists in the U.S. from 1963-1983, during a period...

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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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With a major retrospective of her work currently on display at the Tate Modern, London’s gallery visitors have the chance to witness first hand the moving and unsettling paintings of Marlene Dumas. Praised, criticized and discussed throughout the art world and beyond, Marlene Dumas has been engaging with controversial subject matters in her work since the 1970s. An individual approach to her craft and an eclectic range of influences—many rooted in her background growing up...

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Ruin Lust offers a guide to the mournful, thrilling, comic and perverse uses of ruins in art from the seventeenth century to the present day, at Tate Britain opened on 4 March and ended 18 May 2014. The exhibition was the widest ranging on the subject of ruins in art to date and includes over 100 works by artists such as J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, John Martin, Eduardo Paolozzi, Rachel Whiteread and Tacita Dean. The exhibition began with the eighteenth century craze for...

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