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This constantly updated section features reviews of the latest art exhibitions at many of the world’s most popular public galleries. Soon you’ll want to pack your bags and head off in search of the world’s finest art.  

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Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art at Henry Moore Institute

This major exhibition at The Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, Hertfordshire, brings together for the first time works by some of the most recognised contemporary artists alongside those of Henry Moore

Barbara Rae: Prints at Pallant House Gallery

Scottish artist Barbara Rae is the subject of Pallant House Gallery’s latest exhibition in their De’Longhi Print Room. An academician painter and printmaker, this show celebrates Rae’s long and fruitful practice of printmaking. 

Malevich: Revolutionary of Russian Art at Tate Modern

Tate Modern presents the first Malevich retrospective for almost twenty-five years. Kazimir Malevich was a radical, mysterious and hugely influential figure in Modern Art, who lived and worked through one of the most turbulent periods in twentieth century history. 

Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision at National Portrait Gallery, London

This major exhibition explores the life and achievements of Virginia Woolf, one of the most important and celebrated writers of the twentieth century. It features painted portraits, photographs, drawings and rare archival material.

Keith Vaughan: A Volatile Medium at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

This display at Brighton Museum explores the British artist Keith Vaughan’s final 15 years of creativity, focusing on his work in gouache, a technique he described as ‘a volatile medium’. 

Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure is You at White Cube

White Cube Bermondsey’s latest exhibition ‘The Last Great Adventure is You’ marks the return of one the worlds most famous and controversial artists, the irrepressible force that is Tracey Emin. It is the artist’s first new major exhibition at the gallery in 5 years and through the work presents a candid exploration of her life. 

Painting Set Free - Late Turner at Tate Britain

EY Exhibition: Late Turner – Painting Set Free is the first exhibition devoted to the extraordinary work J.M.W. Turner created between 1835 and his death in 1851. Bringing together spectacular works from the UK and abroad, this exhibition celebrates Turner’s astonishing creative flowering in these later years when he produced many of his finest pictures but was also controversial and unjustly misunderstood.

Turner Contemporary gallery at Turner Contemporary

Margate’s new Turner Contemporary gallery is one of the largest and most important spaces for art outside London. The building was designed by internationally acclaimed architect, David Chipperfield, winner of 2007 RIBA Stirling Prize and RIBA Royal Gold Medal for Architecture,

Gallery Collection at Art Gallery of New South Wales

During the 1870's an Academy of Art was set up in Sydney which was to become the Art Gallery of New South Wales in the next decade. The collection it contained was made up of contemporary Australian art as well as some British art such as Ford Maddox Brown's work 'Chaucer at the Court of Edward III'. In 1906 Holman Hunt's 'Light of the World' was displayed for a month attracting over 300,000 visitors.

Hermitage Rooms at Somerset House

The history of this building is rich with events and people dating from the middle of the sixteenth century when the site was first developed for the 1st Duke of Somerset. After he was executed the house became a royal palace, fell into disrepair at the beginning of the eighteenth century and work started to rebuild it beginning in 1776, taking 33 years to complete. 

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