Our September 2019 highlights
What is it? In her lifetime, Russian artist Natalia Goncharova helped found avant garde modern art movements and worked with Sergei Diaghilev at the Ballet Russes.
Why go? This exhibition should help to resurrect her reputation as a major artist you should know about.
What is it? A major retrospective of Blake's idiosyncratic artworks.
Why go? The man who wrote 'The Tyger' truly was one of a kind and his art is filled with beauty, mystery and fear. See it whilst you can.
What is it? The London Design Festival spans dozens of locations, features tons of events, includes hundreds of exhibits.
Why go? It has one clear mission: to prove that our city is the capital of design.
What is it? A show dedicated to Swiss-French artist Félix Vallotton‘s paintings and woodcuts (he was very into those). Why go? Heavily inspired by Japanese artworks, Vallotton's pictures look a lot more modern than their date stamps suggest.
What is it? The Totally Thames festival is an annual celebration of the River Thames, which graces the banks of our much-loved waterway in September.
Why go? Dive into a month-long party full of arts festivals, community events, regattas, river races, foreshore archaeology and environmental activities.
What is it? This spin-off from the beloved stripper comedy that made Channing Tatum a household name is co-directed by the man himself (alongside choreographer Alison Faulk).
Why go? It’s billed as ‘a 360-degree dance and acrobatic spectacular’, which we're guessing means ‘stripping’.
What is it? Helene Schjerbeck might not be that well known outside her native Finland, but her paintings cry out for greater recognition.
Why go? Schjerbeck skipped lightly between different artistic trends and traditions, creating stunning self-portraits and many intimate images of her female friends and relatives.
What is it? New art from the Turner Prize winner.
Why go? We know a sum total of zilch about this latest work, but his previous output has been about everything from dance subcultures to semi-invented memories.
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