Tag: Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Woman in the Window – new show at Dulwich Picture...

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Reframed: The Woman in the Window, is the first exhibition to explore the motif of ‘the woman in the window’. It...

Radical Beauty – the new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery

The first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by the leading Abstract Expressionist, Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011) is now open in Dulwich Picture Gallery. Abstract expressionism...

Brixton bridge designer wins health commission

Brixton-based Farouk Agoro, designer of the Brixton Road bridge, is one of a collective that will create an artwork at the Tessa Jowell Health...

Picture of the week: A View of Walton Bridge by...

Arts editor Leslie Manasseh's pick for picture of the week As we learn to cope with the lockdown in our various ways, we thought it...

Art online

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s creative work is continuing at full steam during the lockdown. It has a host of online articles, films and activities to keep...

Dreams and Nightmares – British Surrealism on Show

Surrealism was an art movement that merged dreams with reality. It held that the unconscious mind was the source of artistic creativity and its...

Cutting Edge – Modernist British Printmaking

  This summer, Dulwich Picture Gallery showcases the work of a lost generation of British artists who created iconic images in the inter-war years. The...

Colour Palace comes to Dulwich Picture Gallery

From 12 June to 22 September, people can come to Dulwich Picture Gallery and observe a vibrant new outdoor structure, called The Colour Palace,...

Harald Sohlberg the man who loved trees

Dulwich Picture Gallery: Harald Sohlberg the man who loved trees Over the course of his career, the Norwegian artist Harald Sohlberg used different media and techniques....

Extraordinary – The Art of Violence

Leslie Manasseh visits a violent but fascinating exhibition Ribera: Art of Violence Dulwich Picture Gallery Until 27 January     Seven years in the making, this carefully curated exhibition of...