11 March - 20 June 2010
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11 March - 20 June 2010
An exceptional collection of watercolours will go on display from today to the public at one of Britain's leading boarding schools. It's not often that the average school boy can drop in to see a Turner or a Cotman inside the school gates but Harrow School has been lucky to have over 200 exceptional quality works by figures from the golden age of English watercolours.See more details >
Format Photography Agency 1983-2003
at the National Portrait Gallery from 21 January - 11 July 2010
A Bath based gallery is celebrating a successful first year, with another thought provoking exhibition at the Octagon Chapel in the hub of the city.
Aged 25, gallery Director Jemma Hickman opened bo.lee gallery at 1 Queen Street in January of 2009, quickly gaining a reputation as one of the leading contemporary art galleries in the South West, despite a falling economy and closures for some long-standing galleries.
To mark her achievement and the 1st year anniversary, Jemma is presenting “A Visual Dialogue” – her most personal curation of works to date, on the 30th January until the 8th February 2010.See more details >
First Pictish Throne Built In Over A Thousand Years
The first Pictish throne to be built in over a thousand years was unveiled at the National Museum of Scotland today (Thursday 26 November). The throne was commissioned by The Glenmorangie Company and National Museums Scotland to aid understanding of the Early Historic people of Scotland and their society.See more details >
Last chance to see 'Going to the Dogs' by Katherine Green
Vestry House Museum, London E17 until 29 November, free entry, open Wed-Sun 10am-5pm
Free Artists Talk:
Saturday 28 November, 12pm at Vestry House
‘Last Day at the Dogs’ an 106 page full colour book is available from Blurb.
See more details >
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
2010 Exhibitions Programme
The Developing Process
The sculptor’s education in drawings and photography
Mezzanine Gallery, 10 October 2009 – 10 January 2010
The Developing Process explores the ways in which sculptors were taught to think three-dimensionally from the late nineteenth century through to the 1960s. Although this exhibition highlights two very different archives, and with them the radically different ways in which students were taught art, it also reveals some underlying continuities in the basic tenets of art education.See more details >
Exhibition: 'Objects of contemplation Natural sculptures from the Qing dynasty' - Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Objects of contemplation
Natural sculptures from the Qing dynasty
Gallery 4, Henry Moore Institute
12 December 2009 – 7 March 2010
This small but exquisite exhibition is concerned with the remarkable rocks collected in 17th-century China, and asks important questions about them: when does a rock become a sculpture, for example? How important is the role of the person who notices the rock in the first place; the person who finds it, cleans it, polishes it and places it on a pedestal?See more details >
Close Encounters of a Frillip Moolog Kind
Solihull Art Gallery, Solihull Arts Complex, Touchwood, Homer Road, Solihull, West Midlands B91 3RG
19th October - 14th November 2009
Monday & Thursday 9am-8pm, Tuesday & Friday 9am-6pm, Wednesday 10am-6pm and Saturday 9am-5pm
Artist’s talk: 29 October from 6-7pmSee more details >