Five London Art Exhibitions to Look Forward to in 2011

As we wave goodbye to a year of blockbuster exhibitions from Van Gogh to Gauguin, it’s time to look forward to next year’s art shows. Here are five sure-fire hits for 2011.

  • Miró, Tate Modern, 14 Apr-11 Sep
    The first retrospective of Surrealist painter Joan Miró’s work in London for nearly 50 years
  • Degas Dancers, Royal Academy, 17 Sep-11 Dec
    A landmark exhibition featuring Edgar Degas’ famous paintings and sculptures of young ballerinas
  • Afghanistan: Crossroads of the Ancient World, British Museum, 3 Mar-3 Jul
    More than 200 ancient objects from the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul
  • Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want, Hayward Gallery, 18 May-29 Aug
    The first-ever major survey of Tracey Emin’s work in London
  • Glamour of the Gods: Hollywood Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, 7 Jul-23 Oct
    Film portraits from the industry’s golden age, the period from 1920 to 1960

Let me know what you’re excited about seeing at London’s art galleries in 2011 in the comments below.

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  1. Maura Shields says:

    what about Renaissance Jan at the National Gallery

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