Museum Exhibitions | June 2022
Museum Exhibitions in Summer | June
What to see this month
Philip Mould & Company's Summer exhibition recommendations.
14 May - 23 October
The first major retrospective in 40 years for prominent artist Glyn Philpot has now opened at Pallant House Gallery. Bringing together over 80 works, this exhibition explores the artistic development of Philpot from Edwardian society portrait painter to radical modernist.
This exhibition, which was recently given a five star review by Hettie Judah in The Guardian, displays Philpot’s portraits of dancers, actors, poets, lovers and friends and examines the artists important contribution to the sensitive representation of Black sitters, along with his interest and focus on both queer and religious subjects.
Where: Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
When: Until 23 October
Tickets: Visit the Pallant House Gallery to purchase your tickets.
4 May - 4 September
This engaging exhibition has recently opened at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and explorers the depiction of 'framed' women subjects from antiquity to the present day.
The Dulwich Picture Gallery has brought together over 50 works from an impressive roster of artists including Rembrandt, Botticelli, Louise Bourgeois and Cindy Sherman. This exhibition brings to life the experience of watching and being watched through its selection of works and their highlighted notions of escape, voyeurism and empathy.
Curated by Dr Jennifer Sliwka, the exhibition is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue which can be found on the Dulwich Picture Gallery's website.
Where: The Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
When: Until 4 September
Tickets: Visit the Dulwich Picture Gallery website to purchase your ticket.
5 May - 4 September
For many, the Covid-19 pandemic sparked reflections on our relationship with and access to the 'great outdoors', making this timely exhibition focused on the diversity of British landscape at Tate Liverpool all the more relevant.
With over 150 paintings, sculptures, photographs and films, this new exhibition at Tate Liverpool challenges the traditional picturesque associations to landscape in art. Instead, the selection of works celebrate the diversity of the British landscape by focusing on the communities that inhabit it and their relationships to it.
Several works are on display in this exhibition including works by Claude Cahun and John Nash, and will be on display until 5th September.
Where: Tate Liverpool, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool.
When: Until 4 September
Tickets: Visit the Tate Liverpool website to purchase your tickets. Tate members go for free.