Join the Gallery curators for this one-off tour of their personal highlights of the collection favourites in Closer: Old Favourites, New Stories
The tour will be followed by the chance to have a glass of wine and a chat about the Gallery collection.
Research for the exhibition Closer (16 December 2017 – 19 August 2018) resulted in the restoration of this work's orginal title. In Dutch 'Begrafenis in den winter op het eiland Marken' and in English 'Burial in the winter on the island of Marken'.
Renowned Swiss contemporary jeweller Otto Künzli will talk about some of the projects he has undertaken with his students, who are now some of the world’s top contemporary jewellers.
Relax, chill out and explore the different ways art can make you feel happy and healthier at our second Mix event of 2018.
Made from long-forgotten film stills, old actor headshots and vintage postcards, British artist John Stezaker’s collages conjure a new world from their ‘lost world’.
Sara Cove, British paintings conservator, Constable expert, technical art historian, popular lecturer and Fake or Fortune? contributor, brings Constable’s dynamic late works and artistic temperament to life in a new and exciting manner revealing a ‘Jackson Pollock of the 1830s’.
A colourful celebration of art in Christchurch, long summer days and the launch of the 2018 Christchurch Art Map. Explore the local art scene and institutions with a free hop-on hop-off shuttle bus for the first Mix of the 2018.
Prepare to come on a journey to the icy south and see the world through different eyes. Artist Adele Jackson presents a talk charting the development of art in Antarctica as a backdrop for a closer look at what contemporary artists can contribute to our relationship with Antarctica and the wider world.
London's hottest chefs are coming to town – and you're invited to dinner!