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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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Exhibitions to See this March
From London to Dundee, we present some of the best exhibitions running this month in the UK.


Polly Braden: Holding the Baby at Arnolfini


 Charmaine and Aaron met at drama school when they were 18. They separated eight years ago, and now share the care of their children, each having them half of the time.
Charmaine with Kai, 13, and Esme, 11, Polly Braden, 2021


Polly Braden is a Scottish documentary photographer living and working in London whose work delves into portraying the underrepresented, such as those with autism and learning disabilities. Her current exhibit at Bristol’s Arnolfini investigates the realities of life as a single parent in the UK. This new visual and emotive body of work also interrogates the narrative of austerity in the UK, featuring families from Bristol, London and Liverpool, and underlining the experience, strength and hope of single parents. 

Polly Braden: Holding the Baby is showing at Arnolfini in Bristol from 19th February to 12th June.


Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer at V&A Dundee

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer Exhibition at V&A Dundee
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer


Michael Clark is a Scottish artist who haswho has seen his work presented across the UK throughout his prosperous career, exhibiting in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Bristol since 1996. Now, his exhibition Cosmic Dancer, curated by the Barbican, is travelling to Dundee’s V&A. This exhibition is an immersive experience exploring dance, design, art, fashion and music. A man of numerous and unbounded talents, Cosmic Dancer underscores his capacity in choreography, costume, music and graphic design and amalgamates post-punk vibrancy with classical ballet, proving that his work continues to challenge societal expectations of gender, sexuality and class. 

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is showing at V&A Dundee from 5th March to 4th September.


Surrealism Beyond Borders at Tate Modern

Darkly lit photomontage of a figure dressed in an ornate royal uniform with a white sash across their chest and a lion's head wearing a hat. The scene behind is heavy machinery.
Untitled, from Az Div o Dad series, Kaveh Golestan

Surrealism gathered momentum in post-war Europe in the 1920’s with the aim of destabilising reality and unveiling the unique and nuanced moments found in the everyday. By tapping into the limitless potential of the human imagination, surrealism is able to release our concealed whims, wishes and desires, as well as lending itself as a tool to artists, enabling them to challenge authority and imagine a new world through the visual medium. Showing at the Tate Modern and developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Surrealism Beyond Borders spans the works of artists from all over the world across five decades. This exhibition at the Tate Modern - developed in collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum in New York - resists easy classification into one subject matter, exploring such post-war events as the black power movement and other political protests. A truly visionary curation and wonderfully weird collection of works, Surrealism Beyond Borders is not to be missed.

Surrealism Beyond Borders is showing at Tate Modern from 24th February to 29th August.


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making at Pallant House Gallery


Grayson Perry, Reclining Artist, 2017, Etching on paper, The Golder - Thompson Gift (2020). Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking at Pallant House Gallery 13 November 2021 - 24 April 2022
Reclining Artist, Grayson Perry, 2017


Printmaking is an art form that has experienced an upsurge in popularity since the 1960s.  This exhibition covers traditional techniques such as woodcutting, etching and lithography, as well as contemporary artists in the digital age expanding into techniques such as screen-printing. Including works by modern masters such as Henry Moore to pioneer contemporaries such as Tracey Emin, Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Printmaking has a print for everyone. 


Hockney to Himid: 60 Years of British Print Making is showing at Pallant House Gallery until 24th April.


Pissarro: Father of Impressionism at Ashmolean Museum


The Pork Butcher', Camille Pissarro, 1883 | Tate
La Charcutière (The Pork Butcher), Camille Pissarro, 1883


Camille Pissarro was a Danish-French Impressionist painter who was focal to the artistic movement in the late 1800s, whose works often demonstrated an empathy for labourers and peasants, and evidenced his radical dogmatisms. Pissarro was not only a prolific painter in his own right but he went on to inspire and influence artists such as Monet, Cezanne, and Gauguin. Despite selling very few paintings in his lifetime, Pissaro’s works now range between £1.5 million to £3 million. Father of Impressionism exhibits the Ashmolean’s collection as well as international loans, spanning Pissarro’s entire career. Featuring over 120 works, Pissarro’s career and the careers of those he inspired are all brought together for an unmissable exhibition.

Pissaro: Father of Impressionism is showing at Ashmolean Museum from 18th February to 12th June 2022.

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