In July, Tate Britain will open the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative power, Rego (b.1935) redefined figurative art and revolutionised the way in which women are represented.
Tate today announced highlights of its programme for 2021, including solo exhibitions of Philip Guston, Petrit Halilaj, Lubaina Himid, Yayoi Kusama, Paula Rego, Auguste Rodin and Sophie Taeuber-Arp.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include: Plants, women, colour, abortions, human organs, cities and wood.
The first major retrospective of Paula Rego’s work in England for over twenty years will open at the new MK Gallery in Milton Keynes on Saturday 15th June.
Marlborough’s Frieze exhibitions are Paula Rego – From Mind to Hand, Drawings from 1980 to 2001, and Antoine Catala – Everything is Okay: Season 2. they are must-see during Frieze week.
25 leading international artists, including Simon Starling, Sir Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry, Cornelia Parker, Jenny Saville, David Shrigley and Douglas Gordon have used materials retrieved from The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh library after the fire to create original works of art to help raise money for restoration of the Mackintosh Building.
RCA Secret turns 21 this year and is celebrating coming of age with a bold new collaboration that sees them working with some of industry’s top curators, bringing in a whole new breadth of talent to the exhibition.
The Royal College of Art’s renowned anonymous postcard exhibition goes global in 2015 with the launch of RCA Secret Dubai.
The exhibition will feature over 100 contemporary artworks made by women artists and will represent the art collections of seven prominent female art collectors from London, Europe and North America.
Works of art by Paula Rego, Julian Opie and David Bailey are going on sale for just £45 at the RCA Secret postcard event. But you’ll have to spot them amongst the other 2,700 postcards on display!
The importance of the print in British art couldn’t be better illustrated than it is today when some of the most significant contemporary painters and sculptors, are also the most exciting printmakers.
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