Upcoming Art Exhibitions You Shouldn’t Miss Out in London

What does a traveller appreciate in London? Certainly, the rich history that is what makes it unique. If you are an art lover or history buff who’s planning a trip to London, make sure you check out the city’s top upcoming art exhibitions. Here are some of the temporary yet extraordinary exhibitions that you should add to your London bucket list.

Richard Hamilton

One of the most influential British painters of the 20th century, Richard Hamilton enjoyed international acclaim over a career of 60 years. In 1992, this artist was commissioned by the BBC to reproduce his legendary art piece. The Tate Modern holds an eclectic collection of Hamilton’s work from across his career. This art gallery has made a formal public statement about a traditional exhibition of Hamilton’s work in Feb, 2014.

Address: Tate Modern, Bankside Power Station, Bankside, 25 Sumner Street, London SE1 9TG

Dates: 13th February 2014 until 26th May 2014

Nearby Accommodation: Grange St Pauls (Just 4 minutes away from the venue)

Sensing Spaces

In the Royal Academy’s Sensing Spaces exhibition, some of the most creative architectural minds from four continents build exceptional contemporary structures for visitors to explore. The goal of this exhibition is to give you a new perspective on architecture and transform the gallery with a collection of large scale installations.

Address: Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Mayfair, London W1J 0BD 

Dates: 25th January 2014 until 6th April 2014

Nearby Accommodation: Dukes Hotel (Just 6 minutes away from the venue)

Jean Paul Gaultier

The first major exhibition devoted to French Pret-a-Porter fashion designer opens at the Barbican Art Gallery in April, 2014. With his forward-thinking fashion designs, Gaultier has transformed the gaze of fashion over the last 40 years. This fittingly theatrical exhibition is all about catwalk presentations, concerts, music videos, and dance performances.

Address: Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City, London EC2Y 8DS 

Dates: 9th April 2014 until 17th August 2014

Nearby Accommodation: The Montcalm (Just 2 minutes away from the venue)

Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America

Once again, Saatchi Gallery is welcoming emerging artists from Latin America and Africa. Paintings, drawings, photography, and sculptures are just a few things that you can enjoy at this art exhibition. Perfect for every art lover, this art exhibition holds a collection of detailed paintings by artists including Fredy Alzate and Antonio Malta Campos.

Address: Saatchi Gallery, Duke Of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London SW3 4RY

Dates: 2nd April 2014 until 31st August 2014

Nearby Accommodation: Sloane Square Hotel London (Just 2 minutes away from the venue)

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

The phenomenon works of this renowned French artist made during the last period of his life, the significant cut-outs on coloured papers – are to be displayed at Tate Modern in the month of April. The works he shaped when his illness rolled become some of his most iconic. Though he may have lost his potential to grip a paintbrush, he lost none of his sparkling creativity and integrative know-how. This large-scale paper works will be amongst the most excellent you will experience in this city this year.

Address: Tate Modern, Bankside Power Station, Bankside, 25 Sumner Street, London SE1 9TG 

Dates: 16th April to 7th September 2014

Nearby Accommodation: Novotel London City South (Just 3 minutes away from the venue)

This is just a glimpse of what London offers to its travellers. So, why not plan your trip and make the most of city’s culture and art scene.

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