We Recommend: Visual Arts

Berthe Morisot: Impressionism and the 18th Century

Tue 5 Apr - Sat 10 Sept

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

In partnership with the Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris, Dulwich Picture Gallery brings together around 30 of Morisot’s most important works from international collections, many never seen before in the UK, to reveal the artist as a trailblazer of Impressionism.

Visual Arts

Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts

Wed 6 Apr - Sun 16 Oct

Wallace Collection

Drawing on the outstanding artworks of the Collection and spectacular international loans, the exhibition highlights the exceptional talent and innovation of both Walt Disney Animation Studios artists and the creative pioneers of the French 18th century.

Visual Arts

Alienarium 5

Thu 14 Apr - Sun 4 Sept

Serpentine Galleries

What if aliens were in love with us? An immersive, supernatural and sensory environment by artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, who envisions the Serpentine as Alienarium 5.

Visual Arts

Les Lalanne: Makers of Dreams

Thu 28 Apr - Fri 29 Jul

Ben Brown Fine Arts

Ben Brown Fine Arts is honoured to announce Les Lalanne: Makers of Dreams, an extensive survey of the work of the late legendary French artistic duo François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne, choreographed by Italian designer Manfredi della Gherardesca.

Visual Arts

Through A Modern Lens: Photographs by Brassaï, Bill Brandt and Irving

Fri 6 May - Sat 2 Jul

Malborough gallery, London

Marlborough London is pleased to present Through A Modern Lens, a group exhibition featuring iconic images by three of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, Brassaï (born Gyula Halász, 1899-1984), Bill Brandt (1904-1983), and Irving Penn (1917-2009).

Visual Arts

Eric Baudelaire and Alvin Curran: When There Is No More Music to Write

Sat 28 May - Tue 18 Oct

Spike Island

Curated in collaboration with music historian Maxime Guitton, the exhibition includes three new films by Eric Baudelaire, two large-scale ‘sound sculptures’ by Alvin Curran, and an archive display assembled by Guitton.

Contemporary Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts

Picasso Ingres: Face to Face

Fri 3 Jun - Sun 9 Oct

The National Gallery, London

For the first time, Picasso’s Woman with a Book (1932) from the Norton Simon Museum, California, will be brought together with the painting that inspired it, Madame Moitessier by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. A face to face not to miss!

Visual Arts

Céline Condorelli: After Work

Sat 25 Jun - Sat 3 Sept

Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh

Céline Condorelli's work has evolved through art, architecture and design and has remained committed to the articulation of transformation throughout, from raw materials, cultivation and extraction, to processes of industrialization and labor.

Visual Arts

Nicolas Deshayes

Sat 25 Jun - Sat 30 Jul

Modern Art, London

Nicolas Deshayes (b. 1983, Nancy, France) lives and works in London. He creates abstractions exploring the dichotomy between the sterility of modern syntheticism and the innate chthonian dirt of the organic.

Visual Arts

Caroline Wendling: Hypoteinousa

Sat 2 Jul - Sat 1 Oct

Wysing Arts Centre

Taking its title from the Greek word meaning ‘stretching under’, Hypoteinousa is a sound walk through Wysing's rural landscape. In dialogue with the 19th century science fiction novel Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Hypoteinousa draws Wysing topography.

Visual Arts

The EY Exhibition: Cézanne

Wed 5 Oct - Sun 12 Mar

Tate Modern

Focusing on the many tensions and contradictions in Cézanne's work, this exhibition seeks to understand the artist in his own context, as an ambitious young painter proudly from the Mediterranean South, yet eager to make it in metropolitan Paris.

Visual Arts

Discover Manet and Eva Gonzalès

Fri 21 Oct - Sun 15 Jan

The National Gallery, London

Eva Gonzales (1847–1883), the daughter of a prominent writer, entered Manet’s studio in 1869, at the age of 22. This exhibition is a chance to find out more about her.

Visual Arts