12/01/2022
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Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

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12/01/2022
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Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
12/01/2022
To Do
Adam Wells
Exhibitions to see outside of London in 2022
Art-lover based outside of London? We've got you covered with our exhibition recommendations from around the country

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality at Nottingham Contemporary

A collaboration sixty years in the making, An Impossible Reality sees Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble tackle the late Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi’s unrealised drawing of a fantastical playground. The ambitious project, to be held in Nottingham Contemporary and developed in dialogue with children from three local schools, will realise a series of large-scale playground sculptures prompting questions about how we might reimagine education, art spaces, and play.

Preliminary Study—Practicable Sculptures for the Belvedere at Museum de Arte Trianon, Lina Bo Bardi, 1968

Assemble + Lina Bo Bardi: An Impossible Reality is showing at Nottingham Contemporary from 7th May - 4th September

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum

With works drawn from their own collection as well as international loans, Oxford’s Ashmolean museum is set to host a retrospective on one of the central figures in the development of impressionism, Camille Pissarro. As one of the leading figures of the movement, as well as an influence on Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne, any exhibition of Pissarro is worthy of attention; an exhibition of this scope stands as a must-see for any art-lover.

The Tuileries Gardens, Rainy Weather, Camille Pissarro, 1899

Pissarro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February - 12th June

An Experiment with Time at CCA Glasgow

Combining film, tapestry, print and installation works, Ailbhe Ní Bhriain’s show at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts serves as a disorienting investigation into past and future. Through surrealist imagery locations and time periods are compressed in an investigation of the anthropocene, seeking to call human systems and constructs into question in the face of the climate crisis. Through theatricality and destabilisation of the everyday, An Experiment with Time calls to mind the existential concerns raised by the climate crisis and serves as a call for systemic change.

An Experiment with Time (film still), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, 2022

An Experiment with Time is showing at CCA Glasgow from 4th February - 19th March

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 at The Fitzwilliam Museum

A collection of some 100 oil sketches on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum, True to Nature spotlights the practice of open-air painting which served as a key element of artistic education in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Featuring such artists as Camille Corot, John Constable, Simon Denis, Jules Coignet and André Giroux, the exhibition also investigates the artistic practice alongside contemporary developments in the study of natural sciences.

Corot à son chevalet (Corot at his easel), Eugène Decan, date unknown

True to Nature: Open-air Painting in Europe 1780-1870 is showing at The Fitzwilliam Museum from 3rd May - 29th August

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