What’s On in London
Explore the current events in London and discover our curated recommendations for places to visit.
National Gallery - Stories of art: 1500-1600
Wednesdays only from 10th January to 14th February
Join us as we explore image-making and artistic patronage in early modern Europe and the role of key artists of the Renaissance such as Leonardo, Raphael, Holbein, Catharina van Hemessen and Dürer. Gain a deeper understanding of a wide range of works, whether public or private, religious or secular, and discover how they were created to serve different purposes - to instruct or commemorate, intrigue the mind, or delight the eye.
Gabrielle Chanel – Fashion Manifesto
Till 25th February 2024
Victoria and Albert Museum
The first UK exhibition dedicated to the work of French couturière, Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel, charting the establishment of the House of CHANEL and the evolution of her iconic design style which continues to influence the way women dress today.
Entangled Pasts, 1768–now, Art, Colonialism and Change
3 February - 28 April
Main Galleries | Burlington House at Royal Academy of Arts
In February 2024, the Royal Academy of Arts will present Entangled Pasts, 1768–now: Art, Colonialism and Change, an ambitious exhibition bringing together over 100 major contemporary and historic artworks as part of a conversation about art and its role in shaping narratives around empire, enslavement, resistance, abolition and colonialism. Spanning over 250 years, from the foundation of the Royal Academy in 1768 to the present and informed by the RA’s ongoing research into its links with colonialism, the exhibition will engage over 50 artists connected to the institution to explore the relationship between art and our understanding of the past.
El Anatsui at The Tate Modern
Till April 2024
El Anatsui’s Behind the Red Moon is a monumental sculptural installation made of thousands of metal bottle tops and fragments. Crumpling, crushing, and stitching them into different compositions, large panels are pieced together to form massive abstract fields of colour, shape and line. The commission builds on Anatsui’s interest in histories of encounter and the migration of goods and people during the transatlantic slave trade. Sourced in Nigeria, the liquor bottle tops used in this commission form part of a present-day industry built on colonial trade routes.
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