HERE ARE THE MUST-SEE EXHIBITS FOR THOSE VISITING THE BRITISH CAPITAL THIS SUMMER.
Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier
The garments by the designer Azzedine Alaïa, who passed away last November, are being exhibited as a sculpture set within the London Design Museum, in a show conceived by the artist before his death.
Until 7 October 2018
Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy
The Tate Modern presents its first individual exhibition of the work of Pablo Picasso. Focusing on the year 1932, this crucial moment in the life and work of Picasso has been called his ‘year of wonders’.
Until 9 September 2018
All Too Human: Bacon, Freud, and a Century of Painting Life
An exhibit honouring two great figures of British contemporary painting who were able to capture the depths of human life on their canvases. In this show the works of both painters share the space with others by Kitaj and Auerbach.
Until 27 August 2018
Monet & Architecture
The National Gallery in London presents a great exhibition analysing the point of view of one of the most important expressionist painters of his time through the buildings that appear in his stunning paintings.
Until 29 July 2018
The National Gallery
Fashioned from Nature
The first exhibit dedicated to exploring the complex relationship between nature and fashion, taking into account the use of certain materials and techniques which allows visitors to learn about new aspects of their usual clothing.