E-News Bulletin December 2022
Our next lecture will be via Zoom on 6 December at 5pm, The Royal Gold Cup: an object for the nation, given by Neil Stratford. Booking is open until 48 hours before the event.
There are places available on two courses starting in January: Whistler, Sickert and the avant-garde, an online course led by Jo Rhymer, and Carolingian Art and the Carolingian Renovatio led by Dr Sally Dormer in person.
NOW SHOWING IN LONDON
NAHMAD PROJECTS, until 9 December 2023
Antoni Tàpies: Alchemy
An exhibition spanning the Catalan artist’s final five decades exploring his surreal mind and his transformational practices.
OSBORNE SAMUEL GALLERY, until 16 December 2022
An exhibition of illustrated letters from the artist to John Craxton, coinciding with the Lucian Freud exhibition at the National Gallery.
PANGOLIN LONDON, until 19 January 2023
An exhibition which includes the Royal Academician’s large Rorschach screen and a trio of stone sculptures, along with a selection of prints, maquettes and drawings exploring geometric patterns in nature.
MARLBOROUGH, until 21 January 2023
Jacques Lipchitz and the School of Paris
An exhibition of early works by the Lithuanian-born sculptor exploring the influence of his contemporaries, including Archipenko, Brassaï, Braque, Fernand Léger, Matisse, and Picasso, during his cubist phase.
GUILDHALL LIBRARY, 8 December 2022, 2pm online
Golden Section: divine proportion in art and architecture
An online lecture exploring the mysteries of the Golden Section and its sacred geometry and perfect beauty.
THE COURTAULD RESEARCH FORUM
Textures of a New Eden, 5 December 2022, 5.30pm, online
The talk explores the relationship between colonialism and the idea of America as a new Eden in the nineteenth century.
Fuseli’s Mutable Bodies, 6 December 2022, 6pm, Vernon Square
The lecture examines the mutability of Fuseli’s graphic bodies which often bemused contemporary critics.
MORLEY MEDIEVAL, 15 December 2022, 5.30pm online
Reimagining Scottish Churches from the Late Middle Ages
This lecture will be given by Dr Lizzie Swarbrick, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, School of Art History, University of Edinburgh. The society is open to all interested in medieval art and architecture. Lectures are for Morley Medieval members only – for membership details please contact Rosemary Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXHIBITIONS SHOWING IN DECEMBER IN MAJOR LONDON GALLERIES
You can access and download a listing of current and future exhibitions showing in London from now until May 2023 here.