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A feast for the emotions. The Royal Academy’s Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch show The Loneliness of the Soul was closed by the plague but has re-opened and will run till August 1st. The RA has also put it online and it’s worth a look.
Who is the best painter of nature? Is it Cressida, age 6, (left) or David Hockney, age 83 (right)?
Judge for yourself at two upcoming Royal Academy events: The Young Artists Summer Show, for which submissions have just opened, or David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, which has just opened after much virus-induced delay More info on both here .
Inspired by trees - our new exhibition features work by leading artists from the Arborealist movement.
It’s happening at Burgh House, a gracious 18th century location in New End Square in Hampstead NW3 1LT.
The opening hours are a tad eccentric: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday 10am - 4pm.
But it’s completely free - and there’s a great cafe downstairs that does excellent coffee and lunches.
The exhibition runs fromJune 2nd - Sunday 13th. It’s very special. So don’t hang around.!