By displaying masterpieces, drawings and prints, this exhibition examines the themes that occupied Rembrandt's thoughts such as self-scrutiny, experimentation, everyday life and even other artist's work.
This is an extraordinary chance to experience the passion and emotion of a great master.
'Poor man’s picture gallery’: Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography is the first display in a major British art gallery devoted to early three-dimensional photography.
These ingenious but inexpensive stereograph pictures were a nineteenth century craze, circulating world-wide in tens of thousands and more.
Anarchy & Beauty explores the life and ideas of the great Victorian artist, writer and visionary thinker William Morris. Through portraits, personal items and fascinating objects, many of which will be on public display for the first time, this major exhibition illustrates Morris’s concept of ‘art for the people’ and highlights the achievements of those that he inspired.
This latest exhibition at the Hayward gallery shows recent work and new commissions by key emerging and established artists working in London today. The artworks are presented in a variety of media, with the exhibition addressing the effect of digital media on our experiences.
Renowned North American master Richard Tuttle (b. 1941) fuses sculpture, painting and poetry. This five decade survey focuses on his use of textiles as test site. Colours mutate as they seep through cloth; canvas becomes geometric abstraction. Even sprockets, wires and stitching are part of his lyrical visual syntax. Tuttle also choreographs us - we might stub our toe on an object nestling against the wall or be arrested by a construction’s ascent into space. Read more »
The Museum of London delves into the mind of one of the world's most famous detectives: Sherlock Holmes for this special exhibition. It will explore how the detective transferred from page to screen and stage and why he continues to fascinate audiences today.