Tag: 2019 exhibitions guide

We’ve gathered exhibitions from around the world this November, and they’re every bit as varied as usual. We live in a rapidly changing art world and social climate, and it would appear that artworks challenging the status quo are the order of the day. From 15th century Rome to 21st century America, it’s fascinating to see artists both then and now working to this end….

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We are happy to announce that Paul Huxley’s limited edition print will be on show in the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy from 11th September until the end of December. Commissioned by Bridgeman Editions, 10% of profits from the print will be donated to the RA Schools, where Huxley was both a student and teacher. Huxley started out at Harrow School of Art before…

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Throughout history, Art has been inspired by human achievements big and small. From the incredible Apollo 11 moon landings to the historic ancient Egyptian Mummy discoveries, discover for yourself our top selection of October shows from across the world. Don’t Miss! New Works by Christabel Blackburn Until 5th OctoberAlex Eagle Studio, Lexington, London London based artist Christabel Blackburn studied Classics at Newcastle University. Eager to…

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Autumn is arriving – the colder weather is creeping in and the trees turn from bright green to dull orange as leaves start to fall. While warm weather may deter you from travelling further afield, the colder climate also tempts us indoors to warm up and visit the latest shows! From warm, wine-filled open evenings to eclectic contemporary shows contrasting the works of modern art…

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Time passes very quickly and we are already in August! If the heat hasn’t halted your appetite for show openings, private viewings and exhibitions, you have come to the right place! Discover our selection of highlights from across the world, including an exhibition featuring Gilbert and George, a psychedelic display of Larry Smart artworks and the latest exhibitions featuring modern artist legends Alexander Calder and Paul Klee….

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Summer has arrived and with it comes the sunny month of July! As in one of the adventures of Philipe Fogg of London and his French valet Passepartout in the famous novel Around the World in Eighty Days, we begin our journey to discover the most interesting exhibitions in the world’s 5 continents. Are we already halfway through 2019?   Summer at Beaux Arts 4th July – 7th…

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June has arrived – just how are we already halfway through 2019? Regardless, there are more amazing shows starting this month, and some are not running for long. The Royal Academy Summer show commences this month, which means Summer must be here! Don’t miss a thing with our handpicked selection of the month’s hottest shows and events, from Paris, France to Canberra, Australia and Tokyo,…

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It’s already May, so it’s high time to start preparing your calendars for the month’s events and shows! Bridgeman Copyright artist Eileen Agar is part of Common Ground – Uncommon Vision at Michael Richardson Contemporary Art – be sure not to miss it – and the Affordable Art Fair is back in London! New Bridgeman artist Daniel Preece will be exhibiting for a short time…

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April is here with a spring in its step, and with it comes more exhibitions! Discover our hottest picks from around the world in our latest selection of upcoming and currently running art shows, including a new show for the estate of Partou Zia (for whom we now look after copyright), an Open Studio for Bridgeman Artist Jonathan Parker, a new exhibition for Copyright Artist…

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March is a bumper month for exhibitions around the world. Two Bridgeman Copyright artists’ have exhibitions this month – Lucian Freud in Dublin, and Maggi Hambling in Beijing. There is also the beautiful miniatures exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London – one not to be missed. See below for more gems opening this month.   IMMA Collection: Freud Project Gaze on now until…

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