08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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Exhibitions to see outside of London this December
Our picks for the best exhibitions running this month throughout the UK

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! at Manchester Art Gallery

Originally intended to be displayed in 2020, Manchester Art Gallery finally opens its doors to a major retrospective exhibition on pioneering queer artist Derek Jarman. Focusing on Jarman’s diverse career as a painter, film-maker, writer, set-designer, gardener, and political activist, PROTEST! serves as the first exhibition to bring together these myriad strands in over twenty years. Capturing his engagement with arts and contemporary society, particularly in regard to queer rights and the AIDS crisis, the exhibition demonstrates both his personal and public protest work, some of which has never been displayed in public before.

Derek Jarman: PROTEST! is showing at Manchester Art Gallery until 10th April 2022

Margaret Thatcher’s Lunch, Derek Jarman, 1987

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight at The Lightbox

Celebrating Bridget Riley’s 90th birthday this year, Pleasures of Sight at Woking’s The Lightbox features examples of the artist’s work from every decade from the 1960s to the present day. Displaying Riley’s signature Op art paintings, along with oils, prints, and preparatory colour studies, The Lightbox writes that the exhibition explores Riley’s ‘enduring exploration of colour, structure and perception’ throughout her career, along with her love and enduring fascination with sight and the ways it can surprise us.

Bridget Riley: Pleasures of Sight opens on 18th December, and is showing at The Lightbox until 10th April 2022

Nataraja, Bridget Riley, 1993

New Arrivals at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One)

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh will be displaying its most recent acquisitions of modern and contemporary artwork in its Modern One gallery. With works in various mediums including painting, sculptures and film, the exhibition features works by Damien Hirst, Jenny Saville, René Magritte, Salvador Dalí, Oskar Kokoschka, John Bellany, Marie Harnett and Pablo Picasso, among others. Also showing at the nearby Modern Two gallery is Titan of Cinema, an exhibition dedicated to pioneering stop-motion animator Ray Harryhausen.

New Arrivals is permanently showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern One). Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema is showing at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern Two) until 20th February 2022

Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dalí & Edward James, 1938

The Rules of Art? at National Museum Cardiff

Bringing together various artworks which have never been displayed alongside one another, The Rules of Art? exhibition at National Museum Cardiff explores the ways in which art has been used throughout history to question social and political power. Exploring five hundred years of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, film and ceramics, the exhibition spotlights the various works which have pushed the boundaries of what art itself can be and achieve. Featured artists include Rembrandt, Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clémentine Schneidermann, as well as Vertigo Sea, a 48-minute video installation by John Akomfrah.

The Rules of Art? is showing at National Museum Cardiff until 16th April 2023

It’s Called Fashion (Look It Up), Clémentine Schneidermann & Charlotte James, 2016

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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