With London in a heatwave, what better excuse to go and see some art work and enjoy some air conditioning. Walk through 500 years of art, get your creative momentum flowing and creative juices warmed up. An array of work is on display at the Galleries listed below however these are our top visit tips…
BP Walk Through British Art (Free Entry)
With the birth of a new Royal this week, this event is a chance to see 500 years of British Art.
Where: Tate Britain
When: Now – 14th May 2014
Michael Landy: Saints Alive (Free Entry)
“Artist-in-residence Michael Landy exhibits seven large-scale kinetic sculptures showing a contemporary representation of the lives of the saints. The sculptures have been made from three-demensional casts of fragments of National Gallery paintings, combined with car boot sale and flea market finds.”
Where: National Gallery
When: Now – 24th November
Sculpture In The City (Free Entry)
Now in its third year, this public art initiative positions contemporary artists within the heart of the Square Mile, creating unexpected and humorous interactions within the urban environment.
For details on locations check out the event website at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/sculpture-in-the-city
Where: Locations in the City of London
When: Now – 20th May 2014