The Eco-Visionaries exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts will bring together artists and architects who are proposing inventive new ways to address the growing problems of climate change, food shortages and the depletion of natural resources.
By using photography, films, sculptures, architectural models and installations, the exhibition will attempt to show how cutting edge art and architecture can help us temper the environmental transformations that are disturbing our planet, and maybe help to lessen mankind's impact on the earth.
Exhibitors include Superflex, Andres Jaque, the Office for Political Innovation, Unknown Fields, HeHe and Malka Architecture.
> Craig’s review of Royal Academy of Arts – “You might find this hard to believe if you've read a few of my galley reviews, but I did actually go to art school once. And I really do mean once (I quit on the very first day). After looking around the induction hall I quickly realised that I wasn't cut out to be an art student because you need to smoke dope, have a silly hat or a tattoo or a silver stud in your nos… continued”
Lucian Freud: The Self Portraits – 27 Oct 2019 to 26 Jan 2020 – The Royal Academy's landmark exhibition will unite more than fifty of Lucian Freud's self-portraits in a single exhibition
Pre-Raphaelite Sisters – 17 Oct 2019 to 26 Jan 2020 – The National Portrait Gallery will be exploring the untold story and contributions of twelve women from the Pre-Raphaelite Movement.
Nam June Paik — The Future Is Now – 17 Oct 2019 to 9 Feb 2020 – Nam June Paik's pioneering use of video and media images will be explored in a major new retrospective at the Tate Modern
Bridget Riley at the Hayward Gallery – 23 Oct 2019 to 26 Jan 2020 – A major retrospective of Bridget Riley's work, including her iconic black-and-white paintings and colour canvases
George IV — Art & Spectacle – 15 Nov 2019 to 4 May 2020 – An exhibition of paintings and porcelain from the Royal Collection that were collected together during the reign of George IV
Young Bomberg and the Old Masters – 27 Nov 2019 to 1 Mar 2020 – An exhibition of early works by David Bomberg, alongside some of the Old Master paintings that inspired him
Find more art exhibitions in November
If you enjoy Royal Academy of Arts then you might like to visit Courtauld Gallery (walk it in 20 mins or catch the tube from Piccadilly Circus to Temple), National Gallery (you can walk it 10 mins), National Portrait Gallery (walk it in 12 mins or catch the tube from Piccadilly Circus to Charing Cross), Tate Britain (walk it in 28 mins or catch the tube from Piccadilly Circus to Pimlico) and Wallace Collection (walk it in 18 mins or catch the tube from Piccadilly Circus to Bond Street)
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