EXHIBITIONS IN ENGLAND IN 2016: ALL THE EXHIBITIONS TO VISIT IN ENGLAND
Exhibitions in England in 2016. England is an all-year round holiday destination, but maybe summer is the best season you can choose to visit it, and especially it will be London that will enrapture you with all kinds of attractions.
I think that museums in London are the most beautiful and especially the most welcoming ones in the world, because they offer all kinds of events and exhibitions, suitable for any kind of visitors.
In this post I will share with you the most interesting exhibitions that will be on view in England this summer.
I’ll be waiting for your comments in order to know which exhibition you visited, which one you are going to see and which ones you would recommend that I didn’t put on my list.
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Missoni Art Colour – an exhibition which will display over 60 years of fashion in comparison with paintings by leading 20th century European artists, fabrics and Arazzi by Ottavio Missoni.
Missoni’s creative art is mixed with masterpieces, including the works by Sonia Delaunay, Lucio Fontana and Gino Severini, that influenced Ottavio and Rosita in developing their style.
May 6th – September 4th 2016
Fashion and Textile Museum, London
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Sunken cities. Egypt’s lost worlds– submerged under the sea for more than a thousand years, two lost cities of ancient Egypt have been recently rediscovered. Their story will be told for the first time in this exhibition, thanks to the objects which will narrate stories of political power and popular beliefs.
May 19th – November 27th 2016
British Museum, London
Exhibitionism: the Rolling Stones– it will be the first international exhibition dedicated to the Rolling Stones. The Saatchi Gallery will display over 500 Stones’ artefacts and will offer a fascinating insight into the band’s history, using also cinematic and interactive technologies.
April 5th – September 4th 2016
Saatchi Gallery, London
Painters’ Paintings: from Freud to Van Dyck– an exhibition to know the painters starting from the paintings they possessed. The exhibition is a study on 500 years of art history and will investigate why those paintings were acquired, discovering that sometimes the purchase was a way to support fellow artists and friends, or it was a mere investment or a status symbol.
June 23rd – September 4th 2016
National Gallery, London
Painting with Light. Art and photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the modern age– an exhibition on the painters who inspired early photographers and the photos that changed painting. This exhibition will celebrate the visual link between photography and art, bringing together vintage photographs and paintings.
May 11th – September 25th 2016
Tate Britain, London
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