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Signs of Light at Ink_d
Tom French – Flux at Lawrence Alkin Gallery
Near Dark at Towner
Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and JMW Turner at Turner Contemporary
Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance at The National Gallery
‘Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance’ is a collection-focused exhibition taking a fresh look at paintings, drawings and prints by well-known artists such as Hans Holbein the Younger, Albrecht Dürer and Lucas Cranach the Elder – examining the striking changes in the ways these works were perceived in their time, in the recent past, and how they are viewed today.
Hockney Printmaker at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Eduardo Paolozzi’s Bunk! at Hatton Gallery
“Ready-made metaphors for the dreams of the masses,” is how Scottish Pop Artist Eduardo Paolozzi described his collages. The artist, regarded as one of the founders of the British Pop Art movement, is the subject of the Hatton Gallery’s latest exhibition.
Odilon Redon at Fondation Beyeler
French painter Odilon Redon was a renowned colourist. His sumptuous paintings mark the threshold between the 19th and 20th centuries, demonstrating the interplay between tradition and innovation. This leading protagonist of French Symbolism is the subject of Foundation Beyeler’s latest exhibition.
Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern
The first retrospective to encompass the full scope of Hamilton’s work, from his early exhibition designs of the 1950s to his final paintings of 2011. This new exhibition will explore his relationship to design, painting, photography and television, as well his engagement and collaborations with other artists.
Contemporary Art Society: The Best is Not Too Good for You at Whitechapel Art Gallery
On display at the Whitechapel Gallery are bright and bold pots alongside prints by leading British and international Pop artists. Taking its title from a 17th Century posset pot, the exhibition looks at what is meant by the intrinsic value of objects and asks what does ‘the best’ mean?