New Edvard Munch exhibition opens at the Courtauld featuring major works from one of the world’s great collections 11 of which are on show in the UK for the first time.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see right now in museums and institutional art galleries. Each one comes with a… Read More
A major group of works by Edvard Munch (1863-1944) will be shown in the UK for the first time in a new exhibition at The Courtauld.
The Courtauld is launching a series of late-night events ‘After Hours’ will broach contemporary issues in society through participatory activities… Read More
The Courtauld Gallery in London opens on Friday 19th November 2021 following the most significant modernisation project in its history, providing a… Read More
The Courtauld Gallery in London will open its doors in November 2021 following the most significant modernisation project in its… Read More
An outstanding group of modern drawings by European and American masters assembled by the late collector Howard Karshan has been presented to The Courtauld Gallery in London by his wife, the artist Linda Karshan.
Flayed skeletons, political art, painting, portraits and spirit drawings
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon, and there are so many it’s been expanded to seven:
An astronaut selfie, shades of grey, giant sculpture, superego, colour and gardens
The Top 5 art exhibitions this week include ..
This week’s top 5 engages all senses, features unfinished works, documents the lives of those who suffered urban cleansing, paints flowers and records an interview.
The exhibition will, for the first time, reconstruct a whole GOYA album in its original sequence.
OH MY GOYA: Courtauld Gallery to collate works from scattered private album of the Spanish master for first time.
Egon Schiele (1890-1918) Erwin Dominik Osen, Nude with Crossed Arms, 1910 Black chalk, watercolour and gouache 44.7 x 31.5 cm… Read More
The Estate of Francis Bacon has generously placed an important painting by the artist on loan to The Courtauld Gallery. Untitled (Crouching Figures), c.1952, went on display from yesterday and will initially be presented alongside Honoré Daumier’s Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, c.1870, in recognition of Bacon’s admiration for Daumier’s masterpiece.
The curators of EXHIBITIONISM at The Courtauld Institute of Art, are convinced that exploring different methods of display is a fundamental approach to appreciating contemporary art