I’ve moved on to the notion that a more manageable way of listing exhibitions might be to do three separate posts covering
Major / National Art Galleries & Museums – essentially those
who are recipients on major grant in aid from the Department for
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS);
Significant Art Galleries & Museums – these are typically
smaller art galleries and museums (but they’re not small!) which have
either notable permanent collections and/or put on notable exhibitions;
Specialist Art Galleries & Museums – those which tend to be
focused on a specific subject or genre
Exhibitions in London Art Galleries in Autumn / Winter 2022
first we have the “big boys”!
- The British Museum
- National Gallery
- Tate Britain
- Tate Modern
- Victoria & Albert Museum
Links are to the exhibition page on the website of the art museum or gallery.
MAJOR / NATIONAL ART GALLERIES & MUSEUMS
Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG
About how the meaning was unlocked following the discovery of the Dead Sea
Scrolls. Hieroglyphs were not just beautiful symbols, they represented
a living, spoken language. From romantic poetry and international treaties,
to shopping lists and tax returns, the hieroglyphic inscriptions and ancient
handwriting in this exhibition reveal stories that are fantastically varied.
Two million prints online for all 6 September 2022 – 23 January 2023
The display celebrates the milestone of a 30 year project to digitise all the
prints and drawings collection in the British Museum collection.
In April 2021, the last of the two million prints was described and
measured, and its production date and the names of the printmakers,
designers and publishers added to the database. Now, for the first time,
the British Museum’s Department of Prints and Drawings’ astonishing
collection of 500,000 records is available to a global audience on the
Art on paper since 1960, the Hamish Parker collection
22 September 2022 – 25 March 2023
From Lucian Freud to Kiki Smith, life drawing to minimalism and etching
to collage, this exhibition spans an intriguing range of styles and
techniques used in art on paper from 1960 to today.Shattered glass of Beirut | FRee | 25 Aug 2022 – 23 Oct 2022
This display follows the story of eight ancient glass vessels, from
their destruction in the 2020 Beirut explosion to their restoration.
Trafalgar Square London WC2N 5DN
Winslow Homer: Force of Nature – Until 8 January 2023
Which I’ve seen – and I thought very good – and I will probably go back for another look
an overview of Winslow Homer (1836–1910), the great American Realist painter who confronted the leading issues facing the United States, and its relationship with both Europe and the Caribbean world, in the final decades of the 19th century.
|paintings of the sea by Winslow Homer|
Discover Manet & Eva Gonzalès – 21 October 2022 – 15 January 2023
‘Discover Manet & Eva Gonzalès’ is the first in a series of exhibitions that look at a single painting from fresh and unexpected perspectives.
Turner on Tour – 3 November 2022 (Room 46) – 19 February 2023
For the first time in a century, two ground-breaking paintings by Turner are coming home for a special exhibition.
Due to essential refurbishment works, the National Portrait Gallery
remains closed until spring 2023
Two of the Tate’s four museums are located in London.
Over the course of this year, we’re updating the Tate Britain
collection displays. Different galleries will be closed at different
times while this takes place. If you’d like to see a favourite work of
before you visit. The work will be fully completed in 2023.
There’s nothing, except for the permanent collection, which makes me want
to visit Tate Britain. I remember when there used to be a blockbuster every
winter – but not this winter it appears….
Walk Through British Art
Ongoing | FREE
Explore art made in Britain, arranged by date Exhibitions
Visit two rooms dedicated to the work of sculptor Henry Moore
Turner Collection Ongoing | FREE
See the world’s largest free display of paintings by J.M.W. Turner and Mark
Rothko’s Seagram murals
British sculptor and contemporary visual artist Hew Locke has created a
new and exciting large-scale installation for the 2022 Commission
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night 24 Nov 2022 – 26 Feb 2023
Tate Britain celebrates the return of Yiadom-Boakye’s 2020 major survey
which was sadly cut short by lockdown
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Download the Tate Modern map [PDF, 1014 Kb]
joining Tate Collective. To join for free, please visit:
|Tate Modern website|
I’m very definitely going to be visiting the Cezanne
Exhibition and possibly more than once.
The EY Exhibition: Cezanne Until 12 Mar 2023
A career-spanning survey of a pivotal figure in modern art
Paul Cezanne. The Basket of Apples, c. 1893.
Art Institute of Chicago, Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial
exhibitions this Autumn as it’s garnering rave reviews.
Hyundai Commission: Cecilia Vicuña: Brain Forest Quipu (Turbine Hall) Until 16 Apr 2023
Chilean artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña will create an exciting new
artwork for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall
(This was being installed when I was last at Tate Modern)
Philip Guston 5 Oct 2023 – 25 Feb 2024
One of the 20th century’s most captivating painters responds to a
world in turmoil
Thamesmead Codex celebrates the voices and local community of
A Year in Art: Australia 1992
Until 14 May 2023
This free exhibition brings together works which respond to
debates around Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land rights
Maria Bartuszová Until 16 Apr 2023
Delicate, evocative plaster sculptures inspired by the natural
Explore a forest of towering woven sculptures
Stoke-on-Trent and V&A Museum of Childhood – which will
remain closed while it’s being
transformed into Young V&A.
V&A South Kensington
Cromwell Road, London
Admission is FREE
Opening times: Daily: 10.00 – 17.45 | Friday: 10.00 – 22.00
Hallyu! The Korean Wave | £20 | On now until Sunday, 25 June 2023
Showcases the colourful and dynamic popular culture of South
Korea, exploring the makings of the Korean Wave and its global
impact on the creative industries of cinema, drama, music, fandom,
beauty and fashion.
Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature | £14.00 | On now until Sunday, 8
Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature is the first exhibition to tell the
complete life story of Beatrix Potter, one of the best loved authors of
children’s fiction in the 20th century. Realised through a major
partnership with the National Trust, this playful and interactive
exhibition invites visitors of all ages to rediscover this household
name and explore the full breadth of her achievements and multifaceted
life, from storyteller to natural scientist and conservationist.
There are also a number of interesting FREE displays.
How Breath Breathes Life Into Dance
Dance Ethics and Codes of Conduct
Belly Dance Class – Online or Offline?