Exhibitions Currently In Progress…
A thought provoking juxtaposition of work from Tracey Emin and William Blake, (1757 – 1827) the brilliantly creative painter, and poet, way ahead of his time, who perhaps shared strong passions on liberality, spirituality and life.
16 September 2016 – 3 September 2017
10am – 17.50 Monday – Sunday
The British Museum has an exhibition of outstanding printmaking from the 1960s US to the present day, including work by Andy Warhol. The exhibition covers a range of US history from the Vietnam War and the assassination of Kennedy, to slave ships. I haven’t been yet but the reviewers describe this exhibition as “Vivid”.
9 March – 18 June
10am – 4pm (8.30pm Fridays)
£16.50 (Less for concessions)
The 1930s were hard years in the US, but delivered some great art.
25 Jan – 4 June
Sat – Thurs 10am-6pm & Fridays 10am – 10pm
James Ensor was a Belgian artist who with almost obsessive loyalty lived and worked in Ostend. Not surprisingly, he was and is less well known than he might have otherwise been. He became embittered. His emotional and mental state is perhaps reflected in his work. His mother rang a curiosity shop. He painted the masks and ceramics – stocked in his mother’s shop -on people, very vividly. The resulting paintings are striking.
29 Oct – 29 Jan 2017
Royal Academy, London
Saturday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 10pm
Tel: 020 7300 8000
8 Oct – 8 Jan 2017
Tuesday – Sunday 10am To 6pm FREE Entry
A Fabulous and Extensive Exhibition In A Modern Gallery Overlooking The Margate Coast
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