For the first time in the history of the Royal Academy of Arts, 100 Royal Academicians have joined forces to produce a historic portfolio, Varnishing Day: A Moment in Time, which includes new artwork from artists and architects such as Chantal Joffe RA, Grayson Perry RA, Fiona Rae RA, Stephen Cox RA, Wolfgang Tillmans RA, Antony Gormley RA, Farshid Moussavi RA, Olywn Bowey RA, Alan Stanton RA, Anish Kapoor RA, Richard Long RA, Ed Ruscha RA and Michael Craig Martin RA.
In January 2021, the Royal Academy of Arts will present Francis Bacon: Man and Beast, the first exhibition to chart the development of the artist’s work through the lens of his fascination with animals and its impact on his treatment of the human figure.
It was a rainy night in March and thanks to typical London traffic, I was embarrassingly late for an evening with Marina Abromovic at the Royal Academy of Arts. The crowd was very small which made this mishap worse, but as Iopened the door and made my way to my seat, the artist flashed me a kind smile.
Young Artists’ Summer Show is now in its second year at the Royal Academy of Arts: online in July 2020 and on-site later in the year.
This month the Royal Academy of Arts to present Picasso and Paper, the most comprehensive exhibition devoted to Picasso’s imaginative and original uses of paper ever to be held.
In February 2020, the Royal Academy of Arts will present the first major exhibition of Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert (1881–1946) to be held in the UK.
During the fall of 2019 Antony Gormley transforms the Royal Academy’s main galleries into a sequence of experiences that challenge and entices the viewer.
The Royal Academy of Arts is bringing together the work of the pioneering video artist, Honorary Royal Academician Bill Viola (b. 1951), with drawings by Michelangelo (1475 -1564).
The Royal Academy of Arts has received a major gift of £2.5m from Julia and Hans Rausing towards The Vaults, the new public route linking Burlington House to Burlington Gardens.
The Royal Academy of Arts has just announced that it will host a street party, the Burlington Gardens Festival on 4th July 2015 (during Brown’s London Art Weekend 3 – 5 July 2015), to celebrate the history and future of Burlington Gardens, on the eve of its redevelopment. Artist hosts will include Royal Academicians Will Alsop, Yinka Shonibare, Bob and Roberta Smith and Richard Wilson.
You may remember this coach from Richard Wilson’s installation at The De La Warr Pavilion
Now The Royal Academy of Arts, UK, and the Peninsula Hong Kong unveiled today a public art installation by leading British sculptor Richard Wilson RA. The first initiative in a three-year partnership between The Peninsula and the RA, Wilson’s work coincides with the third edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong.
A fascinating union of 246 year-old, artist-led British cultural institution and California-based global innovation consultancy.
From the Shadows: The Prints of Sydney Lee RA offers a long overdue reappraisal of the work of one of Britain’s most underrated painter-printmakers. Sydney Lee (1866-1949)
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