E-News Bulletin September 2022


There are still places available for our September events:

Wrest Park on 13 September, a visit consisting of a tour of the French-style house including the painted wallpaper rooms, the grounds showcasing parterres, unusual garden features, over forty statues, a baroque pavilion and the archaeological collections store.

Serge Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes on 15 September, a study day which encompasses many art movements from the Russian avant garde to cubism, fauvism, Italian surrealism and constructivism.

Avignon and the papacy: thirteenth to sixteenth centuries on 28 September, a study day led by Dr Alexandra Gajewski which will trace how the papal court attracted a vast array of people from cardinals and bankers to artists, craftsmen and architects.


HAMILTONS GALLERY, until 10 September 2022
Richard Learoyds and Irving Penn: Flowers
The show combines the works of contemporary British photographer Richard Learoyds and renowned twentieth-century American photographer Iriving Penn celebrating the wonder of nature.


THE WALLACE COLLECTION, 7/8 September 2022, 11am-1pm, online
Royal Fashions: Court Splendour from the Tudors to Today
This two-day event will explore the development of courtly dress and the way in which the iconography of majesty has been constructed.

OPEN HOUSE FESTIVAL 2022, 8-21 September 2022
An opportunity to explore London’s architecture, housing and neighbourhoods, including many venues that are not normally open to the public.

MARLBOROUGH GALLERY, 9 September-29 October 2022
Juan Genovés: Reconsidered
The exhibition examines the Spanish artist’s approach to the political environment in which he lived through a selection of his early works from 1965-75.

RIBA + GRIMSHAW FOUNDATION, 12 September 2022, 6.30-9pm
Annual Art Lecture
Anthony Gormley will discuss the interdisciplinary relationship between architects and artists and the lecture will be followed by a conversation with Jon Snow.

ESTORICK COLLECTION, 14 September-18 December 2022
Luigi Pericle: A Rediscovery
A leading artist and author of the post-war art scene,  the artist withdrew from the artworld at the height of his career in the mid-60s and was subsequently forgotten until the recent discovery of his oeuvre. This exhibition is a retrospective of his career.

TIMOTHY TAYLOR, 15 September-29 October 2022
Victor Willing
A solo show of the late British artist’s paintings and studies  influenced by Jungian dream psychoanalysis created during the 70s and 80s.


You can access and download a listing of current and future exhibitions showing in London from September 2022 to March 2023, including Winslow Homer at the National Gallery and William Kentridge at the Royal Academy starting in September, here.