Wed 20 Sep - Mon 7 May
The National Gallery
The exhibition offers a rare opportunity to see stunning paintings, pastels, and drawings by leading French Impressionist Edgar Degas: a unique insight into the practices and preoccupations of a complex and intensely private artist.
Thu 2 Nov - Mon 7 May
Impressionists in London, French artists in exile (1870–1904) is the first exhibition to map the connections between French and British artists, patrons and art dealers during a traumatic period in French history.
Sat 18 Nov - Sun 15 Apr
French artist Marguerite Humeau's research led process takes the form of large scale installations involving sound and sculpture in which she challenges key issues of the day, using complex narratives that synthesise the past with the present, death with life.
Thu 23 Nov - Mon 2 Apr
During his brief and turbulent life Modigliani developed a unique and instantly recognisable pictorial style. Though meeting little success during their time, his emotionally intense portraits and seductive nudes are now among the best-loved paintings of the 20th century.
Sat 20 Jan - Sun 29 Apr
De La Warr Pavilion
Fantômas is an exhibition of the new works of French artist Caroline Achaintre displaying ceramic sculptures and hand-tufted wool wall hangings incorporating various references such as catwalk fashion, carnival, death-metal iconography, and Primitivism.
Wed 7 Feb - Sun 20 May
French multimedia artist Yto Barrada will develop a site specific exhibition in the Barbican Curve gallery. The installation will include a mural, a new film commission, several sculptures, and a series of performances to explore the rebuilding of Agadir.
Wed 21 Feb - Sat 17 Mar
An exhibition focusing on the French photographer Valérie Belin, showcasing fifteen of her large-scale works. Exploring issues of surface, artifice, identity and artificiality, Belin’s work is often depicting the female form at transformative moments.
Wed 28 Feb - Sun 27 May
Addressing gender and sexuality, drugs and addiction, youth culture and minorities of all kinds, the show features the work of 20 photographers from the 1950s to the present day, including the work of French photographer Philippe Chancel.
Mon 9 Apr - Sun 29 Jul
There’s never been a single exhibition looking at Monet’s career through the buildings he painted: in Normandy, in Rouen, in Paris, London, and Venice. Monet painted the architecture of his time : modern, historic, simple and grand.
Fri 13 Apr - Sun 10 Jun
Paul Maheke considers in his works the potential of the body as an archive to address how memory and identity are formed and constituted. He presents here a varied body of work including performance, sculpture, sound and video.
Fri 20 Apr - Mon 7 May
In her artworks, Kapwani Kiwanga appears like a scientist. Following a singular methodology, she creates specific protocols which she uses like filters to observe cultures. The result can take the form of installations, videos or happenings.
Thu 26 Apr - Sun 29 Jul
One hundred years after his death, see a selection of Rodin's works in a new light. For the first time, Rodin's sculptures are shown alongside some of the Parthenon sculptures that the artist so admired, as well as selected objects from his own collection.
Thu 10 May - Sun 7 Oct
Conceived and co-curated with Monsieur Alaïa before his death in November 2017, the exhibition charts his incredible journey from sculptor to couturier, his nonconformist nature and his infectious energy for fashion, friendship and the female body.