2016 brought…

January

  1. Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry – War  Games,  Indelible Marks:The Dresden Project by Monica Petzal and the collection
  2. Higgins Bedford – JMW Turner and the Art of Watercolour
  3. Wedgwood Museum – Maurice Wade
  4. Sudley House, Liverpool – Focus on Pre-Raphaelites talk
  5. World of Wedgewood, Burlsem

February

  1. Courtauld Gallery, London – Bruegel in Black & White: Three Grisailles Reunited
  2. Tate Modern – Alexander Calder
  3. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool – Pre-Raphaelites: Beauty and Rebellion
  4. Barber Institute, Birmingham – Chance, Order, Change: Abstract Art 1939-1989
  5. Castle Park Art Centre, Frodsham, Cheshire – George Wallace Jardine

 

March

  1. Southampton City Gallery  – The Romantic Thread  and The Perseus Collection
  2. Courtauld Gallery for Botticelli and Treasures from the Hamilton Collection
  3. Estorick Collection in Islington http://www.estorickcollection.com/
  4. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  5. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
  6. Het Noordbrabants Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch for Bosch: Visions of Genius
  7. Van Gogh Museum: Easy Virtue – Prostitution in French Art 1850-1910

 


April

  1. Stanley Spencer Gallery Springtime in Cookham
  2. Ashmolean Museum – Andy Warhol ; Walter Sickert and the Camden Artists
  3. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery – Led by the Nose
  4. National Gallery – Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

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May

  1. Derby Museum and Art Gallery – Joseph Wright of Derby
  2. Tate Liverpool – Private viewing of Francis Bacon:Invisible Rooms Francis Bacon:Invisible Rooms
  3. Yorkshire Sculpture Park Paul Nash Mash-up

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June

  1. Tate Liverpool  – Ella Kruglyanskaya Ella Kruglyanskaya
  2. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery – Turning to See
  3. Tate Britain – Painting with Light
  4. IMG_20160618_112716683.jpgHepworth Wakefield – Stanley Spencer: Of Angels and Light

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July

  1. MART – Rovereto, Italy – Painters of Light
  2. Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
  3. Palazzo Forti – Galleria D’Arte Moderna, Verona
  4. Tate Modern – Georgia O’Keefe

August

  1. Dulwich Picture Gallery -Winifred Knights
  2. Found at The Foundling Museum
  3. Lady Lever Gallery- Picasso Linocuts
  4. Walker Art Gallery-John Moores Prize 2016

 

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September

  1. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Surrealist Exhibition
  2. Inspiring Impressionism: Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh – Scottish National Gallery
  3. Facing the World – Self Portraits from Rembrandt to Ai Wei Wei https://www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/on-now-coming-soon/facing-the-world/

October

  1. Graves Gallery, Sheffield
  2. Out of Chaos – Laing Gallery, Newcastle
  3. Paul Nash – Tate
  4. American Painting in 1930s: The Age of Anxiety – Musee l’Orangerie, Paris
  5. Mexique – Grand Palais, Paris
  6. Musee d’Orsay, Paris
  7. Musee Picasso, Paris: Picasso and Giacometti
  8. Magritte: The Treachery of Images, Centre Pompidou

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November

  1. Norwich – The Sainsbury Centre of Modern Art

December

  1. Night in the Museum Ryan Gander Curated the National Art Collection -Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
  2. Roger Hirons – iKON Gallery, Birmingham
  3. Tate Liverpool – Yves Klein and Edward Krasinski