Amazing Temporary Art Exhibitions & Galleries You Have To See In 2021
2021 is set to be the year of the 'Do'.
We have big plans and want to do and see as much as we can to make up for the lost time in 2020. We were gladly able to visit our well-missed galleries virtually as they allowed us to do so but we are ready to get back through the doors and explore, finding new and interesting, thought-provoking pieces to be amazed by. Some iconic artists have exhibitions on at the moment even including Damien Hirst featuring 50 of his works all together in the same place which has not yet been seen before.
We are very excited to get back out there and spend hours wandering through galleries in our spare time, so here is our top 12 list that we will be heading to do this year. Let us know if there are any others that you will be attending too!
"I will show Your Illustrious Lordship what a woman can do", Artemisia Gentileschi challenged 17th-century perceptions of women in art. You can see the world through her eyes in this exhibition including some of her well-known painting such as ‘Judith beheading Holofernes’.
You may have seen these images pop up just about everywhere on billboards across London in 2019. The visual portraits of 76,000 of London's Year 3 Pupils beamed across the city looking somewhat familiar to our own class photos in our childhood and they look amazing all together in this exhibition.
The most talked-about exhibition of 2020 is still available to see up until February. Bringing the experience of being in a club setting and celebrating the visuals and sounds through art, design, photography and technology that ignites in the electronic live music and culture scene.
Tracey Emin and Edvard Munch have combined for this exhibition of The Loneliness of the Soul. As an avid fan of Much, Emin carefully selected pieces that express the true feeling and emotion of grief, loss and longing reflected in both their work.
A rare exhibition of pieces by Damien Hirst. On show are 50 artworks from his student and early years before becoming the well-known artists we know today, with some pieces never seen publicly before. His art reflects on beauty, religion, science, life and death and the complex relationships. A must-see!
J.M.W. Turner is one of Britain's greatest artists who captured the changing society and world during the industrial revolution in his pieces, unlike any other painter during that time. The Tate has organised for major pieces previously kept across the globe to come together in this gallery to celebrate Turner.
The worlds largest collection of Banksy's work is coming to London for the very first time. The unauthorized private collection of powerful and historic pieces has been loaned by their current owners to be displayed to the crowds, see iconic artwork such as the 'Girl and Balloon' in this exciting show.