This month we highlight exhibitions in the UK, USA, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Finland. Stay out of the cold and visit these wonderful exhibitions happening around the world this month:
February 3, 2018 – June 10, 2018, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Experience a unique journey through the design stories of the world’s greatest ocean liners, including the Titanic, Normandie, and the Queen Mary and the Canberra, and discover how these impressive vessels still loom large in our cultural imagination.
Feb 28, 2018 – May 21, 2018, National Gallery, London
See the only known self-portraits by Spanish master Esteban Murillo, reunited for the first time in over three hundred years.
February 1st – February 12th 2018, The Image Gallery, Athens
January 16th – January 21st 2018, Business Design Centre, Islington, London
Over the last thirty years, London Art Fair has given access to exceptional modern and contemporary art, as well as expert insight into the changing market.
Presenting leading British and international galleries alongside curated spaces Art Projects and Photo50, the Fair invites collectors and visitors to discover works by renowned artists from the 20th Century to today. The Fair also features work by Bridgeman Studio artist Rosie Emerson. London Art Fair is an unmissable opening to the international art calendar.
February 8th – July 8th 2018, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris
Renowned painter of landscapes Jean Baptiste Camille Corot (July 16, 1796 – February 22, 1875) was also a highly accomplished painter of the human figure. This exhibition explores this underrated area of his work – greatly admired by artists such as Degas – which seem to bridge the gap between the traditional and modern styles. With some sixty masterpieces from the most important public and private collections in Europe and the United States (Louvre Museum, Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon, Museum of Art and History of Geneva , the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the National Gallery of Art in Washington), the exhibition aims to highlight original and brilliant aspects of one the great masters of the 19th century.
Art in the Making
8 Feb – 6 May 2018, Statens Museum of Kunst
How is a work of art made? How does an artist get from the initial idea to the finished masterpiece? This is the question that the exhibition Art In The Making seeks to answer. Presenting around 200 works of art dating from the fifteenth century until the present day by Rembrandt, Veronese, Degas, Pellegrini, El Greco, Piranesi, Krøyer and many more, visitors get the opportunity to follow the artistic process through a range of masterpieces and rarely seen drawings and sketches.
February 24th – May 27th, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
The Golden Age in the Museo Prado will showcase 70 masterpieces from the Golden Age of Spanish painting borrowed from the Museo Nacional del Prado, including 7 paintings of the great Spanish master Diego Velázquez. It will also be at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Kobe from 13 June – 14 Oct, 2018.
February 28 – August 27, 2018, Tate Britain, London
Capturing the sensuous, immediate and intense experience of life in paint, All Too Human celebrates the painters in Britain who strove to represent human figures, their relationships and surroundings in the most intimate of ways. It features artists including Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon alongside rarely seen work from their contemporaries including Frank Auerbach and Paula Rego. Many of them lived or live in London, drawn to the multicultural capital from around the world. Three important works by Francis Bacon will be shown in the UK for the first time in at least three decades.
February 24th – June 18th, 2018, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Introducing the private art collection of one of Florence’s most eminent families, the Corsini family. Featuring Renaissance and Baroque paintings by Italian artists such as Botticelli, Tintoretto, Caravaggio and Pontormo – these extraordinary works of art have been preserved over centuries, surviving the devastation of World War II and the great flood of Florence. This personal collection includes portraits, landscapes, mythological and religious paintings, plus fascinating decorative objects and furniture from the Palazzo Corsini. Leaving the city it’s called home for 600 years, this is the first time this collection has toured outside Italy and will be the only showing in Australia.
January 31st – 24th February, 2018, Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, London
Bridgeman Studio artist Emma Haworth’s work is being exhibited at the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery on Conway Street, London. A painter of the urban scene, Emma Haworth’s oil on linen compositions are built from her meticulous observation of the ebb and flow of modern metropolitan life. Her work has received wide critical recognition. She was awarded the Woodhay Picture Gallery Prize by the New English Art Club in 2001, and was nominated for the Hunting Art Prize at the Royal College of Art in both 1999 and 2000. In 2010 she won joint First Prize in the National Open Art Competition, as well as First Prize in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.
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