Top Art Exhibitions in London
When it comes to show events, it is highly recommended that one goes to the art exhibitions in London.
John Hoyland: Power Stations – Paintings 1964-1982
The exhibition consists of the work of the great artists. The exhibit consists of a 15 foot long canvas and some of the beautiful paintings that was made by the artist. One would notice that the artist has beautifully used colours like vermillion, crimson, and magenta.
Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse
The exhibition consists of floral paintings and masterpieces by Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, and Henri Matisse. Some of the paintings that you should definitely see include the ‘The Rose Pavilion’ which was made by Henri Le Sidaner in 1936. The exhibition is very thematic and visitors can sit on park benches.
Artist and Empire
The exhibition consists of work by artists that have represented the British Empire. You should definitely see the map by Matthew Flinders that featured the word ‘Australia’ for the first time.
Lee Miller: A Woman’s War
Lee Miller expired in 1977 and it was then that her son Anthony Penrose learnt about the part his mother played when it came to documenting the Second World War. The exhibition consists of her photographs and you will get a chance to learn about the woman’s life.
Vogue 100: A Century of Style
The exhibition covers 100 years of Vogue, its history and how it has changed over the number of years. Do have a look at this exhibition if you are interested in fashion.
Some of the other exhibitions that you should check out:
- Saul Leiter: Retrospective at the Imperial War Museum
- Painting Norway: Nikolai Astrup (1880-1928) at Tate Modern
- Alec Soth: Gathered Leaves at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
- Out There: Our Post-War Public Art