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From David Hockney to Paula Rego – the art exhibitions to see now that art galleries and museums have reopened

As lockdown restrictions ease around the UK and Ireland, a number of public attractions, including galleries and museums, will be permitted to reopen. Commercial galleries in England have been open since 12 April, with public galleries and museums set to reopen their doors today (17 May). For hopeful art fans everywhere, here are some of the exhibitions to look out for. The Last Bohemian: Augustus JohnLady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool, “Coming soon” – 30 August 2021When government restrictions lift, National Museums Liverpool will launch a brand-new exhibition, The Last Bohemian: Augustus John (1878-1961), which will showcase around 40...
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From David Hockney to Paula Rego – the art exhibitions to see when art galleries and museums reopen

As lockdown restrictions ease around the UK and Ireland, a number of public attractions, including galleries and museums, will be permitted to reopen. From Monday 12 April, commercial galleries in England will open their doors once again, with public galleries and museums set to reopen on 17 May. For hopeful art fans everywhere, here are some of the exhibitions to look out for. The Last Bohemian: Augustus JohnLady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool, “Coming soon” – 30 August 2021When government restrictions lift, National Museums Liverpool will launch a brand-new exhibition, The Last Bohemian: Augustus John (1878-1961), which will showcase around 40...
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Best visual arts exhibitions of 2021, from Francis Bacon at the RA to Paula Rego at Tate Britain

Howling monkeys, slavering dogs, blind beasts, hunched birds: gut-raw emotion animates Bacon’s claustrophobically framed figures. Howling monkeys, slavering dogs, blind beasts, hunched birds: gut-raw emotion animates Bacon’s claustrophobically framed figures. Whether he was painting a baboon or a pontiff, Bacon teased out the human in the animal, and the animalistic in the human.
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