The completely newly-transformed campus is sure to leave you fascinated as they celebrate 251 years of artistic brilliance! enjoy their new displays, new spaces for exhibitions and workshops.
Jock McFadyen (10 June – August 2019)
Friday 10am – 10pm
Highlights will include works by artists including Polly Morgan, Charles Avery, Banksy, and Mat Collishaw.
Félix Vallotton, (June 29 – September)
Daily 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 10pm
Come join the Provocative, daring, and bold Felix Vallotton RA reveals the masterful paintings and printmaker who captured the emotion of Paris at the turn of the last century.
Self-portrait at the Age of Twenty (Autoportrait à l’âge de vingt ans),1885
Moonlight (Clair De Lune), 1895
Explore through more than 80 paintings between the era of 1865-1925, you’ll explore his captivating work from compelling portraits, luminescent landscapes and piercing satirical prints
Phyllida Barlow Ra, (Feb-23 June)
This British sculptor is well known for using plaster, cardboard, and cement within her materials which completely flips your expectations of a traditional sculpture.
Known for using her surroundings to create large-scale sculptures. Barlow balance textures, objects, and colors and turns traditional ideas of sculpture on their head. Some of these pieces of art include her 2014 Tate Britain Commission and her installation for the 2017 Venice Biennale British Pavilion.
Daily 10am- 6pm
A child prodigy partly due to her misfortune: she broke her hip at the age of four, he spent most of her time drawing. At the age of 11 years old, she was admitted to the prestigious Drawing School of Helsinki’s Finnish Art Society. Now Decades later enjoy the realism and portraits throughout her journey to mastery of the art.
Self-Portrait with Black Background.
Antony Gormley(21 Sep – 3 Dec)
Anthony Gormley is recognized around the world for his 45-year career and for his captivating art installations and this has to be his most ambitious yet! The exhibition will explore Gormley’s use of scale and light within the RA’s architecture as well as his use of organic, industrial and elemental materials that he’s used over the years.
BODY and FRUIT, 1991/93
Lost Horizon I, 2008.
And even though you might have missed Bill Viola/Michelangelo and his monumental vision and achievements, you’ll still be able to enjoy the artistic beauty of this place.