Top 10 London Art Exhibitions in 2016

Update time:2016-01-07  source:

Making Discoveries: Dutch and Flemish Masterpieces@ Dulwich Picture Gallery (12 January-24 April) 
A series of displays that delve deeper into four major artists part of the gallery's collection: Van Dyck, Dou, Rubens and Rembrandt. Don't miss the chance to see these masterpieces even closer and learn more about each artist's life and techniques. £6/£5

Champagne Life @ Saatchi Gallery (13 January-6 March)
An exhibition mixing the most forward-looking and eclectic talents in contemporary art, including Alice Anderson and Sigrid Holmwood. Free admission

Giacomo Manzù @ Estorick Collection (15 January-3 April)
Discover the talent and ethereal work of Manzù, a self-taught Italian artist who played a key role during the rebirth of Italian sculpture after the second world war. £5/£3.50

Treasures of the Fan Museum @ Fan Museum (16 January-5 June)
Being the only museum dedicated to the art of fan making in London, the Fan Museum celebrates its 25th anniversary with a one-off exhibition. For the occasion, the museum will showcase some of the finest examples from its international collection and archives. £4/£3

Art Into Society @ ICA (19 January-6 March)
This archival display retraces the ICA's 1974 exhibition Art into Society — Society into Art: Seven German Artists, which explored and documented the artistic panorama of western Germany during that time of social and political change. £1 


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