All of the lockdown-hindered exhibitions that you mustn't miss
Covid 19 has dashed many of our plans to hop on the tube, wander around galleries and exit through the gift shop this tumultuous year.
But all is not lost: as the lockdown lifts and Tier 2 is introduced, many exciting shows are quietly opening, and thankfully there is still a little time to catch them before 2020 is out. So go, go, go and get your cultural fill by booking a ticket or two to these exciting London exhibitions.
Pop down to the RA for a look at a selection of Munch’s most poignant pieces alongside new works by Tracey Emin, who took inspiration from the artist’s expressionism.
A powerful look at over 200 of Muholi’s impactful works which tell the stories of underrepresented members of the black, LGBTQIA+ community.
See the history of photography told as you’ve never seen it before: through phenomenal images of botany, taken as far back as 1840.
Delve into the world of Jan Gossaert’s 500 year old 'The Adoration of the Kings’, with an immersive experience of spoken word, soundscapes and hi-resolution digital imagery explaining the artist’s every stroke.
Explore more than 80 of Yiadom-Boakye’s exquisite portraits of fictitious people, where the artist allows each visitor to imagine their very own narrative for each piece.