2017 visits

For more information on this year’s trips, visit my Art Map on: Art Trips 2017

JANUARY

  1. National Gallery, London: Beyond Caravaggio.
  2. Tate Britain: Paul Nash

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    Paul Nash: The Menin Road

  3. Manchester Art Gallery: Goodbye to All That.

FEBRUARY

  1. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool: Victorian Treasures
  2. Tate Britain, Hockney
  3. Royal Academy of Art, Revolution:Russian Art 1919-1932    wp-1487887348047.jpg
  4. Estorick Collection Italy: War in the Sunshine
  5. Tate Modern, Robert Raschenberg

MARCH

  1. Royal Academy, London: America After the Fall    wp-1489935637756.jpg
  2. British Museum, American Dream: Pop to the Present

APRIL

  1. Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery: I Want, I Want: Art and Technology
  2. Sir John Soane’s Museum, London: Marc Quinn- Drawn from Life
  3. Tate Britain: Queer British Art, 1861-1967
  4. Davids Collection, Copenhagen
  5. SMK – Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagenvh-standing-nude
  6. Hirschsprung Collection, Copenhagen
  7. NY Glyptoteket, Copenhagen
  8. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford: Degas to Picasso

MAY

  1. Whitechapel Gallery, London: Eduardo Paolozzi
  2. Estorick Collectio, London: Giacomo Balla, Designing the Future   IMG_20160313_123518706
  3. Tate Liverpool – Ellsworth Kelly
  4. Stanley Spencer Art Gallery IMG_20170520_111334573

JUNE

  1. Holburne Museum, Bath: Bruegal: Defining a Dynasty
  2. Tate Liverpool: Germany: Portraying a Nation; August Sander and Otto Dix
  3. Walker Museum and Art Gallery: Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty

JULY

  1. Imperial War Museum North, Manchester: Wyndham Lewis, Art, Life and War

Wyndham Lewis The Crowd, 1915.jpg

2. The Barber Institute

AUGUST

  1. Prado, Madrid116
  2. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, MadridIMG_20170803_140924653-2.jpg
  3. Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Reina, Madrid
  4. Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
  5. Brynmor Jones Library, University of Hull
  6. Compton Verney – Seurat to Riley
  7. Tate Modern – Giacametti and Soul of a Nation
  8. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  9. Tate Liverpool
  10. Musee Nationale Eugene Delacroix
  11. Monet’s House and Garden, Giverney
  12. Musee d’Orsay, Paris – Cezanne’s Portraits
  13. Musee Rodin, Paris
  14. Louvre, Paris

 

 

 

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