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The Top Art Exhibitions to see in 2019 in the UK
Art can be for everyone! This is the message we’re trying to spread with this blog. This isn’t an exhaustive list of what’s to come in 2019, but use this list as a basis to start your own research into the different types of Art Exhibitions on show.
50 Years 50 Artists
November 8th 2018 – January 26th 2019 – Annely Juda Fine Art, London
50 Artists for 50 years since opening, the gallery is known for showing contemporary artists showing progression throughout history. The celebration shows a selection of 50 artists from their history who have represented or have been shown at the gallery, marking its rich history.
Only Human: Photographs by Martin Parr
March 7th 2019 – May 27th 2019 – National Portrait Gallery
Martin Parr is one of the most famous photographers in the UK, and in 2019, his art will be one of the main focuses at the National Portrait Gallery because of its focus on what it means to be British. This work also includes his take on how the British Identity has changed since the EU referendum.
Video games: Design/Play/Disrupt
September 8th 2019 – February 24th 2019 – V&A (Victoria and Albert Museum)
The video game industry has seen major advances, revolutionising the way we play and view games. This display includes large-scale immersive multimedia installations, with an insight into the future visuals of the gaming world.
October 24th 2018 – February 24th 2019 – Tate Britain
His recognition came at the end of the 19th century, embodying the Victorian work ethic producing a large number of works through different mediums. Displaying 150 pieces, Sophie Ellis-Bextor attempted to describe the exhibition in 5 words, ‘Temptresses, Love affairs, intricate, rich and bucket loads of nature.
October 11th 2018 – January 27th 2019 – Tate Modern
On show at the Tate Modern, London, is Bauhaus schooled Anni Albers. She has a long-standing interest in the relationship between textiles and architecture, with this exhibition featuring over 350 objects from many areas of her work.