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Banksy Flower Thrower
Infinity Mirror Rooms
Alice in Wonderland Exhibition

25th January 2021

Infinity Mirror Rooms by Yayoi Kusama

First up, an exhibition that will be flooding your Instagram feed during 2021. Step into infinite space at Kusama’s world-renowned immersive installations. There will be two rooms to experience her unique vision of endless reflections, it’s one not to miss.

When? 29 March 2021 until 27 March 2022

Where? Tate Modern

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Infinity Mirror Rooms

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser

For over 157 years, the world has been fascinated by Alice & Wonderland. Immerse yourself in the unusual world of Alice at this exhibition, which explores the many adaptations and reinventions of this beloved story, through art, fashion and more.

When? 27 March until 31 December 2021

Where? The Victoria & Albert Museum

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Alice in Wonderland Exhibition

The Art of Banksy

Banksy has been leaving his art around the city anonymously since the 90s but this year you can see it all in one place. Pay a visit to the world’s largest collection of privately-owned Banksy art right on our doorstep in Covent Garden. The exhibition features iconic works such as Girl and Balloon, Flower Thrower and Rude Copper.

When? 5 March until 26 September 2021

Where? 50 Earlham Street, West End, London WC2H 9LJ

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Banksy Flower Thrower

David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020

David Hockney RA is one of the most inventive British artists of the 20th century. His latest collection, a celebration of Spring, was created in the height of the pandemic, where he produced 116 ‘paintings’ on his iPad of the season unfolding from his home in Normandy.

When? 27 March until 22 August 2021

Where? Royal Academy of Arts

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David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020

Francis Bacon: Man and Beast

Francis Bacon established himself in London after being banished from his family in Ireland aged 16 for being openly gay at a time when homosexuality was illegal. He then became one of the most important painters of the 20th century. This exhibition focuses on Bacon’s fascination with animals and “how it both shaped his approach to the human body and distorted it”.

When? TBC

Where? Royal Academy of Arts

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Francis Bacon: Man and Beast

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