Tag: Museum

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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Top Art Exhibitions: April 2018

Posted by Published on March 20, 2018

  Tom Hammick : Lunar Voyage Flowers Gallery, London, UK – 16 March – 5 May 2018 Exhibition of woodcuts, shown in its entirety for the first time in the UK, where Hammick conjures a metaphorical journey to outer space, weaving interstellar dreams and earthly relationships. A suite of seventeen images traces the cyclical path of his protagonist, an archetypal artist or poet, who leaves…

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Discover current and upcoming exhibitions and cultural events taking place in Spain Got something to discuss or add to the list? Get in touch with our account manager for Spain, Giulia Leali October 2018 9 Oct – 3 Feb. Picasso and Andalusia at the Museo Picasso Malaga  July 2018 6 July – 14 Oct. Gala Dalí at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya June 2018 26 June – 30 Sep. Monet…

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Discover current and upcoming exhibitions and cultural events taking place in Japan Got something to discuss or add to the list? Get in touch with our account manager for Japan, Giulia Leali  October 2018 5 October 2018 – 3 February 2019, Making the Difference: Vermeer and Dutch Art at the Ueno Royal Museum August 2018 15 Aug – Obon festival July 2018 14 July – 24 Sep. Monet‘s…

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Middle Eastern art is rising to prominence in recent times; Christie’s just held their first auction sale for Modern Middle Eastern art outside of the region on 25 October 2017, in London. This precedes the much-anticipated opening of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which was first announced back in 2005 and will now finally launch on 11 November. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel has designed a beautiful museum medina…

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Top Art Exhibitions: November 2017

Posted by Published on October 20, 2017

You may be forgiven for not wanting to stay indoors when the golden leaves of autumn paint such a pretty picture outside… but if the culture vulture inside you is clawing to get out then here are some of the best exhibitions to view this November:   The EY Exhibition: Impressionists in London 2 Nov – 7 May 2018, Tate Britain, UK Browse this stunning collection…

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Next month one of Bridgeman’s brilliant Studio Artists Susan Adams will be exhibited in Mall Galleries. Susan’s two paintings below have been selected to be in the Society of Women Artists Exhibition.The New Zealand born Australian artist began a career in science but her passion for painting soon led her away from her PhD. Her works are often figurative and inspired by 1920s and 1930s…

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Hogarth: A Rake’s Progress

Posted by Published on May 30, 2017

Sex, Booze and Debauchery in 18th-Century London William Hogarth (1697-1764) grew up in the less than salubrious streets around Smithfield meat market in London.  The British artist knew the underbelly of the metropolis from an early age and created a series of paintings satirising contemporary customs. A Rake’s Progress (1733) tells the story of Tom Rakewell, a young man who follows a path of vice and self-destruction. The…

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Fossils and modern technology have helped us piece together what dinosaurs may have looked like, but if you learned everything about the prehistoric creatures from Hollywood, you might not know as much as you think. Here are some interesting facts brought to life via illustrations in the Bridgeman archive. Evolution Dinosaurs weren’t always the most fearsome reptiles on earth. The first dinosaurs evolved in the middle-late…

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The Secret Lives of Artists

Posted by Published on April 5, 2017

From the grand studio homes of Victorian artists residing in their suits to the paint splattered studios of Frank Auerbach and Lucian Freud, rare photography archives reveal the creative environment and working practices of artists from the last two centuries.   The Lewinski photo archive Jorge Lewinski, a Polish refugee who served in the RAF, is a foremost photographer of artists in their studios. The…

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