Exhibitions London (2)

Paula Rego The Family 1988
Paula Rego, The Family, 1988

Lorna Simpson and Matthew Day Jackson in Hauser & Wirth

And All To Human in Tate Britain

In the previous posts I paid attention to various exhibitions in Brussels and London. They were on display at the end of March 2018

Here is the continuation in London (27 March 2018).

I was not able to take pictures at all exhibitions.

Like with the magnificent exhibition Charles I, King and Collector at The Royal Academy of Arts (27 January-15 April 2018). 


The show includes many works from the Royal Collection (Hans Holbein the younger, Antony van Dyck, Andrea Mantegna, Pieter Bruegel the elder, Titian, Tintoretto and others). 

For example, this work by the famous female artists: Artemisia Gentileschi (Royal Collection)

Self-portrait as the Allegory of Painting (La_Pittura) Artemisia_Gentileschi

And this one by Titian

Titian (Tiziano_Vecellio) Alfonso di’Avalos Addressing his Troops. 1540-1540 Prado

Luckily I was allowed to take pictures at Hauser & and Wirth.


In the two different buildings of this gallery (with exhibition spaces in New York, Los Angeles, Zurich, Hong Kong and London) two shows were made: one by Lorna Simpson and the other by Matthew Day Jackson.

Lorna Simpson Unanswerable  (1 March-28 April 2018)




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Matthew Day Jackson Still Life and the Reclining Nude (1 March – 28 April 2018)




And highly recommended, when in London:

Tate Britain All too Human Bacon and Freud and a Century of painting life







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In the next post I will pay attention to exhibitions in Liverpool.

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you. Saw a great exhibition of Mark Bradford:New Works at the Hauser and Wirth in Los Angeles.

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