Art exhibitions in London Thursday 17 November

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Art exhibitions in London on Thu 17th November

Our guide to art exhibitions in London on Thursday 17 November 2016.

Art exhibition at Queen’s Gallery

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to Queen’s Gallery Art exhibition in London at the Queen’s Gallery. See over 150 portraits of artists taken from the Royal Collection, by the likes of Rembrandt, Rubens and Hockney.
Art exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts

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to Royal Academy of Arts The Royal Academy of Arts have invited artist Luc Tuymans to curate an exhibition of works by James Ensor.
 
Museum exhibition in London at British Museum

to British Museum Explore the history of South Africa through its art, from early rock art to cutting-edge contemporary pieces.
Art exhibition at Tate Britain

to Tate Britain Tate Britain's Paul Nash exhibition will show works from his entire life, from his earliest drawings up to his iconic war paintings.
 
Art exhibition at Courtauld Gallery

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to Courtauld Gallery The Courtauld Gallery's "Rodin and Dance" exhibition will showcase some sculptures and drawings of the Cambodian dancers.
Museum exhibition in London at Imperial War Museum

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to Imperial War Museum Mahwish Chishty's exhibition of art at the Imperial War Museum combines Pakistani folk art with unmanned spy drones.
 
Art exhibition at National Gallery

to National Gallery 'Beyond Caravaggio' at the National Gallery will explore the impact that Caravaggio's paintings had on later artists.
Art exhibition at National Gallery

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to National Gallery Art exhibition at the National Gallery London. The National Gallery will be showing two works by Maino - 'The Adoration of the Shepherds' and 'The Adoration of the Kings'.
 
Art exhibition at Tate Britain

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to Tate Britain Whether you love it or loathe it, the Turner Prize is certainly one of Britain's most prestigious contemporary art prizes.
Art exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts

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to Royal Academy of Arts "Abstract Expressionism" will feature works by celebrated artists like Kline, Pollock, Rothko, Newman, Still and de Kooning.
 
Art exhibition at Guildhall Art Gallery

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to Guildhall Art Gallery "Victorians Decoded" will show how new communication technologies affected the imaginations of Victorian artists.
 at Wallace Collection, London
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The Middle, by Tom Ellis — at the Wallace Collection

to Wallace Collection The British artist Tom Ellis has been commissioned to create a series of works for the Wallace Collection, called 'The Middle'.
 
Art exhibition at Tate Modern

to Tate Modern The Tate Modern will be putting on a major exhibition of works by Wifredo Lam, taking pieces from his fifty year career.
Art exhibition at Royal Academy of Arts

to Royal Academy of Arts The Royal Academy of Art's will be putting on an exhibition of John Gibson's marble sculptures, plaster reliefs and drawings.
 at Guildhall Art Gallery, London
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Visscher’s London of 1616 — Redrawn for 2016

to Guildhall Art Gallery The Guildhall Art Gallery will be showing Visscher's image of medieval London alongside a new version by Robin Reynolds.

We don’t have any more art exhibitions, but how about these other exhibitions on Thursday 17 November?

Visit the State Rooms at Windsor Castle17 NovemberVisit the State Rooms at Windsor Castle, the world’s oldest inhabited castle, and the Royal Family’s home for over 1000 years.

A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer17 November“A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer” is a musical look at living with cancer — complete with shiny costumes and songs!

Peter Pan — at the National Theatre17 NovemberThe National Theatre will be bringing Peter Pan to London (via Neverland), with Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily and Captain Hook in tow.

Bond in Motion — collection of James Bond cars17 November“Bond in Motion” is a huge collection of original cars, bikes and boats used during filming in the 007 James Bond movies.

Edmund Clark: State Control and the War of Terror17 NovemberThe Imperial War Museum will be putting on an exhibition by Edmund Clark, exploring State control and the War on Terror.

“Mamma Mia!” — with the songs of ABBA17 November“Mamma Mia” is based on the hit movie starring Meryl Streep and Pierce Brosnan, and uses the songs of ABBA.

‘School of Rock’ — from the Jack Black movie17 NovemberThe Jack Black movie ‘School of Rock’ has been turned into a West End musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes.

“King Lear” — Glenda Jackson, Jane Horrocks17 NovemberOscar winner Glenda Jackson is reprising her role as King Lear in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy, at the Old Vic Theatre.

“The Lion King” — music by Elton John17 NovemberBased on the Oscar-winning Disney movie, “The Lion King” tells the story of Simba and his adventures in the jungle.

 
 
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