Tag Archive: The Royal Academy of Arts

Timothy Taylor presents Kiki Smith

  Timothy Taylor, London presents Woodland, by artist Kiki Smith at its London location until 27th October. The exhibition features poetic tapestries, sculptures and works on paper by the American artist which explore themes… Continue reading

Bill Viola and Michelangelo at the Royal Academy of Arts, London

  From 26 January to 31 March 2019, the Royal Academy of Arts in London will stage its first exhibition of works by American video art pioneer Bill Viola alongside those of Michelangelo. Bill Viola… Continue reading

Charles I: King and Collector at the Royal Academy of Arts, London

  Charles I: King and Collector is one of the best exhibitions on display in London now. It remains on view at the Royal Academy of Arts until 15th April 2018. The exhibition… Continue reading

Klimt/Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina Museum in Vienna, Royal Academy

  The Royal Academy celebrates the centenary of Austrian Modernists, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, with a retrospective organised with Vienna’s Albertina Museum. It’s one of the most anticipated exhibitions of 2018 which… Continue reading

Dalí / Duchamp at the Royal Academy

  Dalí / Duchamp, on view at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, is the first exhibition to juxtapose the art of two masters of the 20th century : Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968)… Continue reading

Jasper Johns at the Royal Academy

  The Royal Academy of Arts stages a remarkable exhibition on the American Honorary Royal Academician, Jasper Johns. This is the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to be held in the UK… Continue reading

Matisse in the Studio, Royal Academy

  Matisse in the Studio, presented at the Royal Academy of Arts in London until 12th November, juxtaposes the objects the French master loved alongside paintings, sculptures, drawing and prints he composed throughout… Continue reading

The Royal Academy of Art’s annual schools auction w

  The Royal Academy of Art’s annual schools auction will take place on March 25. Grayson Perry is one of the major artists to donate a piece of work.