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SUMMER EXHIBITIONS – LONDON GUIDE

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Here are five fresh exhibitions that we’ve got our eyes on…

London certainly has its drawbacks but one of them is not the city’s phenomenal creative and exhibition scene. Here are five fresh exhibitions that we’ve got our eyes on… ��

 

1. Sophie Taeuber-Arp @ The Tate Modern – link here

Sophie Taeuber-Arp – link here.

Swiss born abstract artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp opened many eyes in the 1920s and 1930s. With her pivotal contribution to the formation of modern art, Taeuber-Arp’s work is now viewable at a first of its kind exhibition at the Tate Modern. Encapsulating works across sculpture, embroideries, magazines and dada objects (everyday items conveyed as art) it’s a must visit.

Where: Tate Modern.

When: Now, until 17th October 2021.

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2. Astronomy Photographer of the Year @ National Maritime Museum – link here

National Maritime Museum. link here.

2021 Astronomy Photographer of the Year is hosted at the National Maritime Museum at Royal Museums Greenwich. The annual show displays 100+ remarkable photographs (from more than the 5,000 that were submitted) on lightbox displays. If the pandemic has got you searching from perspective; here it is! Magical.

Where? National Maritime Museum.

When? Until 8th August.

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3. JR: Chronicles @ the Saatchi Gallery – link here

JR Chronicles. Image here

The 38-year-old revolutionary French photographer and street artist JR is the focus of this exhibition JR: Chronicles at the Saatchi Gallery in what will be his latest solo museum to date. Showcasing works from the previous 15 years, the exhibition tells JR’s story from early street art pieces to architectural works and onto recent exploration with digital communities.

Where? The Saatchi Gallery.

When? Now till 3rd October.

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4. Anicka Yi @ Tate Modern – link here

Turbine Hall @ The Tate Modern. Link here

From the 12th October, South Korean conceptual artist Anicka Yi will take over the Tate Modern’s enormous and challenging Turbine Hall with the now annual Hyundai Commission. Turning our attention to the links between science and art, expect this to be a sense-based exhibition that probes for answers to modern questions.

Where? The Tate Modern.

When? From 12th October 2021 till 16th January 2022.

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5. The Art of Banksy @ 50 Earlham Street – link here

The Art of Banksy. Image here.

Mysterious and notorious; often divisive, Banksy is a famous figure. The Art of Banksy will channel and showcase the artists stencil street art in what will be the world’s largest collection of privately owned Banksy pieces… Get your tickets sorted now!

Where? 50 Earlham Street

When? Until 21st November

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