Have a break, visit London and do not miss these 9 Art Exhibitions!Life has so many phases that leave different impacts on our soul but Art is something that has the power to give true pleasure. It is time to step ahead towards a new year now and many of you might be dreaming about making a beautiful exit from 2016 with a wonderful entry to 2017.So, why not join the most awesome creativity around the world by being a part of outstanding art exhibitions in London? it will Definitely be the best idea to celebrate the winter season in a modern, classical and fancy way and the beautiful memories will last for the long run.Here are a few details about 9 famous Art Exhibitions to be Held in London this Winter Season, do not miss this wonderful collaboration of artwork.
Donna Huanca – Sept 29th – Dec 18thMake your day more beautiful by visiting Zabludowicz Collection at Chalk Farm where you will be able to see something more frightening than a nightmare. The exhibition room will be full of naked people where every clothed person will feel terrified. This is going to be something unique so don’t miss this event. Visit the place, feel the stillness of the air, the hidden noises and the scent of something extraordinary.Donna Huanca’s work draws attention to the body and the skin, which is simultaneously the surface on which our person-hood is inscribed and the surface through which we experience the world around us. Donna Huanca examines conventions of behavior in our interaction with bodies in space and the invisible histories that are accumulated through those gestures.
Richard Oelze – Dec 6th – Jan 7th 2017This exhibition of German artist Richard Oelze (1900-1980) will be presented at the Michael Werner Gallery in Mayfair from December 6th to January 7th. You will be able to see the hidden secrets of the 1940s represented in artworks showing pain and trauma of suffered during World War II. This two-room-show has much to tell visitors with more than thirty paintings and drawings. It is a rare opportunity to reconsider one of the forgotten masters of Surrealist painting.
Animality: A Fairy Story by Jens Hoffmann – Nov 3rd – Dec 17thIf due to any reason you have missed the opportunity to visit The Infinite Mix at Marian Goodman Gallery, then it is time to make sure that you can be available by December 17th. During the exhibition, the artists are going to present sentiments of the animal world in a very creative way. This art show is going to be a part of Historical Investigation with mixtures of tons of unique mediums, where about 70 filmmakers, scientists, and artists will be joining the platform with unique creations. It can be called a Zoological party with wonderful collections inspired from the animal world.
Abstract Expressionism – Sept 24th – Jan 2nd 2017By January 2nd, 2017, don’t forget to visit the Royal Academy of Arts at Mayfair as here the RA has brought together lots of rooms many sculptures and paintings. One can easily say that this is the biggest art movement of the current century where expressions, passion and other themes are interpreted with beautiful compilations.The Abstract Expressionists have well restructured a torn painting to create something beyond common imagination. Every artist of this show has compiled a unique theme in his/her own beautiful manner so that everyone walking around can feel the awesomeness hidden behind their artworks.
Feminist Avant- Garde of The 1970s – Oct 7th – Jan 29th, 2017More than 200 art works from 20 different countries with 48 artists are presented at the Photographers’Gallery at Soho. You need to visit and discover the Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s through the eyes of brilliant photographers and enjoy these incredible artworks with broad themes and tightly packed floors. This show will be the perfect combination of continuity and history with some eye-opening concepts related to the present generation.
Flaming June: The making of an Icon – Nov 47th – Apr 2nd, 2017This Victorian masterpiece will be showcased through April 2nd, 2017 at the Leighton House Museum of Kensington.Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896), was one of the pre-eminent artists of his day and this will be a rare opportunity to discover his “Flaming June” in its home. Indeed, it will return back after the exhibition to the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico, where it has been since 1963.“Flaming June” is a kind of an oddly shaped artwork but the woman represented is beautifully depicted with fiery hair and lovely orange fabric. It is a thoughtful, calm and soothing painting with incredible beauty that will capture your attention.
Paul Nash – Until Mar 5th, 2017This beautiful collection of painting will be available until March 5th, 2017 at Tate Britain in Westminster. This time Paul Nash has combined Englishness and Surrealism to an outstanding form while avoiding parochial lyricism as well as superficial trickery. The show presents a darker side of human life and a reflection of a post-human world where abstract forms and nature are tied together against man.Paul Nash (11 May 1889 – 11 July 1946) was a British surrealist painter and war artist, as well as a photographer, writer and designer of applied art.Paul Nash was among the most important landscape artists of the first half of the twentieth century. He played a key role in the development of Modernism in English art.
Beyond Caravaggio – Until Jan 15th 2017It is beyond the shadow of a doubt that master-painter Caravaggio was one of the most revered artists of 17th century Italy. Today all art lovers are fascinated by his paintings. His style was the inspiration that drove lots of changes in art and it always left an incredible impact on anyone laying their eyes upon his art.If you are also one of the Caravaggio painting lovers then do not miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the National Gallery at Trafalgar Square by January, 15th 2017. The inspiration behind all the exhibited art pieces will show the combination of ultimate brilliance with the contrast of Realism and comfort.Beyond Caravaggio’ is the first major exhibition in the UK to explore the influence of Caravaggio on the art of his contemporaries and followers. It is a fantastic collaboration between the National Gallery of London, the National Gallery of Ireland, and the National Galleries of Scotland. They succeeded in bringing together exceptional works by Caravaggio and the Italian, French, Flemish, Dutch, and Spanish artists he inspired.
The Infinite Mix – Sept 09th – Dec 11thVideo art is something that drives people out of the world; it is simply amazing.This video art is titled as “The Infinite Mix” and will be presented at 180 the Strand, Temple until Sunday, December 11th 2016. This show will be the perfect collaboration between Hayward Gallery and Vinyl Factory and the place is entirely decorated with amazing leaky, immense, graphited stuff that will wash away all your old memories.Here you will find some of the best documentaries, music, and artwork by wonderful artists from different corners of the world.The best way to make this winter season fun and unforgettable is to take part in the incredible art exhibitions of London. It will provide a new perspective to your life with unique themes and a way to access the hidden feelings of some extraordinary artists.Furthermore, it might be a way for you to take a step back in time to discover fascinating time-periods of Human history. Whatever your passion, whatever your aim, know that the London art exhibitions will have something to make you exclaim!
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