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Article: Exhibitions To Visit This Weekend


Exhibitions To Visit This Weekend

Now that lockdown has lifted and Summer is in full swing, you might find yourself wanting to venture out and about. Whether there's a holiday planned or you're finding things to do with your friends, there are many amazing exhibitions to wander around on a lazy Saturday afternoon. Read on to discover some of our favourites.

Tony Cragg at Houghton Hall

British sculptor Tony Cragg is currently exhibiting his large, impressive steel sculptures in the grounds of Norfolk's beautiful Houghton Hall. Cragg's work is based around the study of materials and how they affect our ideas and emotions.

JR: Chronicles, Saatchi Gallery

This exhibition focusses on the work of internationally-renowned French artist, JR. Through his work, JR takes his audience on a journey through his most iconic projects from the past 15 years; from his documentation of graffiti artists to his large-scale architectural work.

Royal Style In The Making, Kensington Palace

Located in the beautiful Kensington Palace, this fascinating exhibition explores the close relationship with a member of the royal family and their fashion designer. You'll find Princess Diana's wedding dress on show for the first time in 25 years.

Portraits Of An LGBTI+ Generation, Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art

This beautiful series of portraits conveys the lives of LGBTI+ individuals living in Scotland, and seeks to reflect on their personal experiences.

Laura Knight: A Celebration, Penlee House Gallery and Museum, Penzance

Laura Knight was revolutionary in her career, becoming the second-ever woman elected as a woman at the Royal Academy of Art. Working across a spectrum of disciplines and styles, Laura became known for her depicting marginalised communities and promoting feminism.

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