Exploring art exhibitions at the amazing museums that London have to offer is such a privilege. I love going to exhibitions to stay inspired and to stay up-to-date with the events in the industry.

Royal Academy

Gauguin and the Impressionists

29 March 2020 — 14 June 2020

 

Paul Gauguin, Portrait of a young girl, Vaite Goupil, 1896.

Very excited for this exhibition allowing me to continue my exploration of the impressionists. The exhibition will have a collection of impressionist paintings, and ends with post-impressionism paintings spanning the career of Paul Gauguin. 60 of its works by painters such as Manet, Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, Morisot, Degas and Gauguin – many of which have never been seen in the UK.

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Royal Academy

Picasso and Paper

25 January — 13 April 2020

Royal Academy Five-nudes picasso

Pablo Picasso, Five Nudes, 1907, Watercolour on wove paper, 175 x 225cm

This Royal Academy exhibition showcases some of the beautiful work from Picasso throughout his life. Picasso used paper to explore many different mediums through his exploration of many different artistic eras. Truly fansinating, inspirational, educational and well worth a visit!

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Whitechapel Gallery

Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium

6 February 2020 – 30 August 2020

Art Exhibition Michael Armitage

Michael Armitage, Kampala Suburb, Oil on Lubugo bark cloth, 196 x 150 cm

Whitechapel Gallery tackles this question head on with a selection of painters who look at major social concerns. They range from Michael Armitage’s brilliantly executed paintings that depict violence in East Africa to Tala Madani’s works, which depict horrific acts being committed on caricatured figures.

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National Portrait Gallery

David Hockney: Drawing from Life

27 February 2020 – 28 June 2020

Left: David Hockney. Celia, Carennac. 1971. © David Hockney. Right: David Hockney Mother, Bradford. 1979 © David Hockney. Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt Collection The David Hockney Foundation

Left: David Hockney, Celia, Carennac, August 1971. Right: David Hockney, Mother, Bradford. 19 Feb 1979.

This exhibition explores about 150 drawings by David Hockney, with self-portraits and portraits of the four people closest to him: his mother, Laura Hockney, his muse Celia Birtwell, and his friends Gregory Evans and Maurice Payne.

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