SEPTEMBER ART GUIDE
Venue: Various locations in London Address: London Cost: Free Dates: Until April 2020
Sculptures animate public spaces, engaging visitors and passers-by. They bring life to the concrete landscape of our metropolitan areas. This summer, Sculpture in The City festival returns to the capital showcasing 19 pieces of art spread throughout one square mile in the City’s insurance district. Set your self on an adventure and try to find them all! Make sure to download a map from the link above, and enjoy your sculpture hunt!
Venue: Royal Academy Address: 6 Burlington Gardens, London, W1S 3ET Cost: £18.00 Dates: 21 September — 3 December 2019
Antony Gormley is one of my favourite artists. I can’t wait to see one of his biggest and the most ambitious exhibitions in the last decade. At the end of this month, RA will showcase a series of experimental installations consisting of the brand – new and rarely-seen early works from the 1970s and 1980s. In a carefully selected body of work, artist invites visitors to slow – down and become aware of their own body. This exhibition is a must in this month’s guide! Tickets can be booked in advance.
Venue: Waddington Custot Address: 11 Cork Street, London W1S 3LT Cost: Free Dates: 11September - 15 November 2019
This month, Waddington Custot celebrates the work of beloved artist Patrick Caulfield. Caulfield’s solo exhibition will take place in their Cork Street gallery, where talented curators will divide the space into sections, each representing different aspects of the artist’s practice becoming an extension of the artworks themselves. The exhibition will explore the artist’s deeper approach to light and shade in his work. The body of work will be presented in various media, from oil painting to prints.
Venue: Various locations in London Address: London Cost: Free Dates: 14 -22 September 2019
Once again, London Design Festival is taking over the city for a whole week, offering a huge number of design and art events! The whole of London will turn into a buzzing design district. Check the official website to see all events. Most of them are free, however, some require booking. And don’t forget about the parties! The whole experience is a perfect way to end the summer!
Venue: Alan Cristea Gallery Address: 43 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JG Cost: Free Dates: 7 September - 26 October 2019
Use and understanding of colour are not as easy as they might appear to be. Several of the greatest artists studied colour and experimented with it for decades. This exhibition presents an opportunity for us to learn about groundbreaking and experimental ways of observing, studying and teaching colour through works by masters of the craft! The collection of artworks will trace 50 years of colour and geometry – it’s incredibly impressive, and I highly recommend you go check it out!