art exhibition

  • April 29, 2019

    The collection includes work by world-class artists such as Graham Sutherland, Elisabeth Frink, William Roberts, Patrick Heron and Maggi Hambling.

  • November 4, 2015

    "The World is my Country", an exhibition by the artist Emily Johns, celebrating those who opposed the First World War will be shown in London from the 9th-13th November 2015.

  • August 9, 2013

    On Tuesday 13 August, Thania Acaron will respond in dance to Pacheco's 'Memoria Roubada', followed by a discussion which will be led by Jolyon Mitchell, Professor of Communications, Arts and Religion, University of Edinburgh and co-ordinator of the Centre for Theology and Public Issues.

  • January 19, 2012

    A photography exhibition at a historic monastery near Nuremburg takes visitors on a journey to the heart of Germany's many faiths.

  • April 2, 2011

    A multi-millionaire has bought a series of 17th century religious paintings from the Church of England for £15 million and then given them back to the nation.

  • March 14, 2011

    Currently on display at the Chicago Cultural Center are Vivian Maier’s street photographs, which are generating enormous excitement not only in Chicago, but internationally. Jeremy Biles explores their aesthetic, meaning, and significance in terms of Evelyn Underhill's mysticism.

  • June 22, 2010

    Westminster Cathedral, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of its consecration on Monday 28 June 2010, will launch The Treasures of the Cathedral Exhibition next week.

  • January 27, 2010

    The Real Van Gogh: the Artist and his Letters exhibition at the Royal Academy features some 65 paintings, 40 drawings and letters, says Jo Siedlecka. It also offers a wealth of new insights into the life of this great artist.

  • January 11, 2010

    An international group of acclaimed cartoonists is demonstrating the destructive absurdity of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict for an exhibition opening this month in London.

  • October 19, 2007

    The End is Night - or then again, perhaps it isn't. That is the message of "Apocalypse: the Final Revelation", an art exhibition inaugurated this week in the Sistine Hall of the Vatican Museums which aims to cast new light on a controversial biblical book.