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The Royal Academy summer show, loathed by art snobs, loved by art lovers! Coordinated this yea by Yinka Shonibare RA CBE with multicultural/diversity emphasis. Lots of primary colours and textile arts as well as the usual fun and games Here’s the link
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, , or David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, which is still running at the Royal Academy. 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.!