While most public exhibition spaces have been closed for months through the coronavirus pandemic, art galleries and museums are finally opening their doors once more and welcoming visitors back.
This autumn numerous exhibition spaces are opening up. Yes, it will be different—a new regime of pre-booked tickets and one-way systems—but it feels as though the art world is getting back on its feet at long last.
So if you’re ready to get back into the art world, where will you go? i news recently reported on the 20 best art shows and museum exhibitions in 2020. Let’s take a look at a few of our favourites…
Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace
The New York-based British painter returns to the UK with a show that takes a critical look at nostalgia and enduring fantasies of aristocratic grandeur.
For Pakistani-American sculptor Huma Bhabha, it’s a first major European show, displaying work that treads a haunting line between archaeological monumentality and dystopian junkyard nightmare.
Ann Veronica Janssens: Hot Pink Turquoise
Belgian artist Ann Veronica Janssens’s territory is light and colourful, which plays out in shimmering glass sculptures and magical layers of iridescence.
Grace Before Jones: Camera, Disco, Studio
This is a unique piece of curatorial fan fiction that explores the life, work, impact and the general all-round wonder of Miss Grace Jones.
The Box Gallery, Plymouth
The Box Gallery is South West’s newest art gallery and opens with an exhibition marking the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower; a modern exhibition with new work by Antony Gormley, along with Ship of Fools, a film by Kehinde Wiley.
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