New exhibitions

This spring is going to be exciting, there are few big exhibitions worth seeing. Here is my list of the big ones:

David Hockney at Royal Academy

Lucien Freud at National Portrait Gallery – tickets are booked to avoid missing it. It is a thing with me that if I don’t go straight away I never go, like with the Soviet architecture, sigh.

V&A will have few good things going on, as usual. British Design 1948-2012, Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton, and Ballgowns since 1950!

Is there anything you’d like to see?

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4 Responses to “New exhibitions”

  1. kristina 27 January, 2012 at 2:16 am #

    Oooh looking forward to seeing them all! Must finish this proofreading assignment so G and I can go.

    We managed to catch Soviet architecture on the last day, but we missed Degas :(

    K x

  2. if jane 29 January, 2012 at 2:56 pm #

    oh!!! glad that you wrote the word spring! and super for these shows!!

  3. ara jane 30 January, 2012 at 10:05 pm #

    oh how i wish i could see both david hockney and lucian freud (two of my favorite artists)! feeling very envious of you at the moment.

  4. The Sneaky Magpie 31 January, 2012 at 7:05 am #

    Kristina, I am really upset about missing the Soviet architecture!

    if jane: come on spring, hurry up! still Feb to go but it’s a short month.

    ara jane: I know the Freud show will be coming to US, but don’t remember west or east. and believe it or not, a friend of mine is doing this course and this week Hockney came in to talk to them!

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