Isaac Julien

Would you like to learn more about the British installation artist, filmmaker, and arts professor named Isaac Julien? It is possible if you come to London and visit Tate Britain between April 26th and August 20th in 2023.

This exhibition will give you knowledge about Isaac Julien and what has led him to the position he is in today. He has a great understanding of all sorts of arts, thus he can use this knowledge to create beautiful works of art, films, and more.

Isaac Julien in Tate Britain

April 26, 2023 – August 20, 2023

Van Gogh and Britain, exhibition in Tate Britain

From March 11th till August 11th in 2019 there will be a fantastic exhibition in Tate Britain focusing on Vincent van Gogh and how he was influenced and inspired by Britain, and how he influenced British artists.

If you visit this exhibition in Tate Britain, you will be able to see more than 40 Vincent van Gogh works on display. Some of the works to be portrayed are Shoes, Starry Night on the Rhône and L’Arlésienne. There will also be two pictures on display that he made while being a patient at the Saint-Paul Asylum (At Eternity’s Gate and Prisoners Exercising).

Did you know that Van Gogh lived in England for several years? He enjoyed reading the novels of Charles Dickens.

Vincent van Gogh, L'Arlésienne 1890. Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand – MASP (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Vincent van Gogh, L’Arlésienne 1890. Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand – MASP (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

The picture above is one of the Van Gogh paintings you can see if you visit this temporary exhibition in Tate Britain.

Does this sound like a nice exhibition to visit? Want to read more about other exhibition and programs in London? Read in the London Guide for more information and inspiration.


Exhibition on early photography

The exhibition ‘Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860’ will be shown at the Tate Britain from the end of February to the beginning of June in 2015.

Salt and Silver
Salt and Silver

This will be the very first exhibition in Britain that is fully dedicated to the salted paper photography which is one of the earliest forms of photography. This form of the photography was invented by the British William Henry Fox Talbot in 1839. The new form of this visual technique spread really fast on the world which opened up new possibilities for art. At the exhibition visitors will have the chance to get to know the history of photography and to explore the very few prints that survived the years and it is truly a unique opportunity to see the rarest photographies in the world. The exhibition ‘Slat and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860’ will be shown at the Tate Britain in London. The exhibition will be on display from 27th February to 7th June in 2015. The entrance fee for the exhibition for adults is 12£ and for children under 12 is for free.

Tate Britain:
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG, United Kingdom

For more information on the exhibition and the museum check the following site.

Late Turner: Painting Set Free in Tate Britain

The Tate Britain will have a closer look on one of Britain’s most famous painter, on William Turner’s late paintings and art work, the museum is based in Central London near to river Thames.

Tate Britain exhibition

William Turner was an English romantic landscape painter who was born in 1775 and he died in 1851 in London. The exhibition will focus on his late work and paintings and it shows his art work after he turned 60 years old at the time when his most revered paintings were created. In the paintings we can see how an elderly man was still full of energy and vigour towards life. He had tour around Europe which had a big effect on his work and he was fascinated and inspired by the sea and sky. He had an effect later on the impressionists.

The exhibition has more than 150 paintings from the period of 1835 until 1850 from the UK and from abroad as well. The pictures on display shows inventive new techniques while using new materials.

The exhibition can be seen from 10th September 2014 until next year 25th January 2015.

For more information on Tate Britain, read the linked article.

Lowry exhibition in Tate Britain

Have you ever been in the capital of England, London? If the answer is no, then here is the time, because you have to see the British capital at least once in a lifetime. But, if you have been here before and you liked it, it worth to visit again this city until 20 October 2013, because you could see a fantastic exhibition at the Tate Britain about the famous English painter, Lowry’s works.

Laurence Stephen Lowry lived between 1887 and 1976. He mostly spent his lifetime in Pendlebury, he worked and lived here for 40 years. His several paintings and drawings show this city. Lowry was one of the most outstanding painters of 20th century. One of his favorite topics were the North West England industrial life. He painted lots of people, and because of this, these men look like matchstick figures, but he developed perfectly the figures, talent is just radiate from his works. The today very famous works, the “marionettes” have just appeared after his death. His paintings are often dark and grey, like the English industrial life in the 20th century. His contemporaries and the critics sometimes didn’t appreciate his works, but the public today adores Lowry’s style.

If you like to see Lowry’s works in real life, visit the capital of Great Britain, London, where you can see these majestic paintings until 20 October 2013 at the Tate Britain. Have fun!

Lowry Tate Britain

Lowry exhibition in Tate Britain

June 26th – October 20th