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Ed Ruscha – ARTISTS ROOMS ON TOUR at Hatton Gallery
Los Angeles-based artist Ed Ruscha is one of the most consistently inventive American artists of the last fifty years. Since the early 1960s he has channelled his fascination with words and the act of communication into books, print-making, photography, drawing and painting. The exhibition will include a wide variety of works covering over 40 years of his remarkable career.
Ice Age art: arrival of the modern mind at British Museum
This unique exhibition will present masterpieces of Ice Age sculpture, ceramics, drawing and personal ornaments from across Europe together for the first time in the UK.
House 2013 at House 2013
HOUSE 2013 presents a major new visual arts commission from Lead Artist, Mariele Neudecker, co-commissioned with Brighton Festival, and featuring further selected commissions from regional artists Andrew Kötting with Anonymous Bosch, David Wightman, Emma Critchley and artist collaborators Dylan Shipton & Ben Fitton.
Fabrica has worked with leading Finnish artist Kaarina Kaikkonen and Brighton Festival on these two major new site-specific works to Brighton and Hove, one piece in the gallery and the other at an outdoor location in the city.
Man Ray Portraits at National Portrait Gallery, London
This major photographic exhibition is devoted to one of the most innovative and influential artists of his generation. It features over 150 vintage prints from Man Ray’s career taken between 1916 and 1968, drawn from private collections and major museums around the world.
Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern
Tate Modern is staging the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to foremost Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. It is the first major Lichtenstein retrospective for twenty years, bringing together over 125 of the artist’s most definitive paintings and sculptures.
Hyperrealism 1967-2012 at Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
The present exhibition at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza offers the first survey of Hyperrealism, from the great US masters of the first generation such as Richard Estes, John Baeder, Robert Bechtle, Tom Blackwell, Chuck Close and Robert Cottingham, the movement’s continuation in Europe and its impact on painters of subsequent generations up to the present day.
New Order: British Art Today at The Saatchi Gallery
New Order: British Art Today continues the Saatchi Gallery’s 25-year-long support of emerging artists and its drive to make contemporary art as widely available as possible to a British and international audience.
Pop Art Design at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
In 1964 Louisiana opened its first exhibition of the phenomenon Pop. The founder of the museum, Knud W. Jensen, wrote at the time, “Only a few examples of Pop Art have come our way, and they seem irritating, ugly, idiotic, beautiful, inciting and convincing in one way or other – and all at once”. Today, half a century later, Pop returns to the Danish home of Modern Art.
Paul Nash: The Clare Neilson Collection at Pallant House Gallery
Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, West Sussex, are presenting a new exhibition showcasing a gift of works and correspondence by the British artist Paul Nash. One of the most original British artists of the first half of the 20th Century, Paul Nash is celebrated for his lyrical depictions of the British landscape, Surrealist imagery and his work as a War Artist.