Tag: what’s on

It’s a brand new year, and 2019 is being kicked off with some fantastic new exhibitions and shows as arts organisations continue to find new and fascinating ways to look at and display artwork in the 21st century. Have a look at some of the latest fantastic exhibitions worldwide below – from 1930’s couture fashion to Warhol, and medieval manuscripts to Suffragettes it’s all here!  …

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Inspiration for November

Posted by October 26, 2018

Remember, remember the 5th of November – Bonfire night is approaching! Also, Diwali occurs on the 7th of November. Be on top of the celebrations with our guide to the month’s themes. From social media concepts to integrated campaigns we have all the imagery and footage to support every project. Visit bridgemanimages.com to download rights managed art, culture and historic content to enhance your campaigns. If you need any assistance please…

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Inspiration for October

Posted by October 11, 2018

All year round, Bridgeman clients are busy preparing events, printed materials and products ahead of schedule so everything is ready when the content is required. We understand the importance of planning ahead, so have prepared a selection of public dates and celebrations for the month of October. If you missed our monthly Inspirations eshots, do not worry as they are being shared here monthly, from…

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Mark Adlington A Memory of Elephants John Martin Gallery: 13 – 29 September 2018 38 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JG Mon – Fri 10-6, Saturday 10-1:30 “This exhibition is called “A Memory of Elephants” after their collective noun but unusually, most of the paintings are of individuals. Age, gender, size, beauty, character, eccentricity, boldness, or the lack of it, defined each elephant I was lucky…

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  Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier The Design Museum, London,  10th May – 7th October 2018 This exhibition was originally planned with Alaïa before he died in November 2017. The designer’s appreciation of the human form, stemming from his early training as a sculptor, is evident in the clothes he created, each handmade and unique. The exhibition uses carefully chosen garments, anecdotes and images to give not…

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July is crammed with exhibitions and events – we have picked out our favourites from all across the globe. Don’t miss a thing with our handy guide.   Henry Lamb: People and Portraits Messums Wiltshire, until July 8th Messums Wiltshire is proud to present an exhibition on behalf of the Estate of Henry Lamb; treasures from one of the masters of early 20th century portraiture….

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles | Transportation Photographs from the National Galleries of Scotland Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 2nd June – 13th January 2019 ‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ is the third exhibition in a series aiming to demonstrate the exhaustive photo archive held by the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Featuring works from Alfred G Buckham (1879-1956), Humphrey Spender (1910-2005), Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) and others, it displays the…

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    Gabriele Münter Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 3 May – 19 August 2018 One of the founding members of ‘Der Blaue Reiter’ of German Expressionism (alongside Wassily Kandinsky amongst others), Munter’s work is recognised as textbook German Expressionist work – sadly, the artist herself has not received the credit she deserves for this impressive repertoire. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art aim to change this, with…

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