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Mondrian and Colour at Turner Contemporary
Peggy Angus: Designer, Teacher, Painter at Towner
Towner’s major summer exhibition explores the prolific output and influence of one of the twentieth century’s most overlooked creative practitioners. Peggy Angus was a designer, painter, educator, mentor and social campaigner. This exhibition brings together her industrial and interior design work with her artistic pratice, in the context of Furlongs, Angus’ Sussex home.
Bruce McLean: Sculpture, Painting, Photography, Film at Firstsite
Bruce McLean’s first major retrospective has opened at Firstsite, the contemporary art gallery in Colchester. The Scottish born artist represented Britain at the 1980 Venice Biennale and is regarded as a major force in contemporary British art.
Gilbert & George: SCAPEGOATING PICTURES for London at White Cube
White Cube’s latest exhibition titled ‘Scapegoating Pictures for London’ is by one of the art world’s most famous double acts, Gilbert and George. The show portrays the changing face of the capital, using modern day references such as bombs, burkas and “hippy crack”.
International Exchanges: Modern Art and St Ives 1915-1965 at Tate St. Ives
‘International Exchanges: Modern Art and St Ives 1915-1965’ at Tate St Ives explores the wider national and international contexts which shaped Modern Art in St Ives in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. As part of a series of exhibitions exploring the histories and legacies of art in St Ives, the show positions St Ives within wider aesthetic concerns.
Carne Griffiths: ORIGINS at Ink_D Gallery
Mondrian and His Studio at Tate Gallery Liverpool
This exhibition at Tate Liverpool celebrates Dutch painter Piet Mondrian who was one of the most important contributors to the development of Abstract Art at the beginning of the 20th century. The exhibition commemorates the 70th anniversary of Mondrian’s death and offers new insights into his practice.
Jeff Koons: A Retrospective at Whitney Museum of American Art
This exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art is the most comprehensive retrospective ever devoted to the art of Jeff Koons. This unprecedented show is the artist’s first large-scale museum presentation in New York and is also the first time that a single artist’s work will fill nearly the entire museum.
American Impressionism: A New Vision at The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art