With its rich cultural history, Europe often has a high number of exhibitions being held, in its various countries. London, Paris, Brussels are all hubs of culture, with exhibitions being held in all of the cities museums and halls on a range of topics. Exhibitions topics range from wildlife and nature to Picasso and the vast treasures of the Tsars of Russia. Some of the best autumn exhibitions being held in Europe are described below:
Venue: The Mall Galleries, London.
Dates: 2nd May 2018 to 6th May 2018
Wildlife Artist Of The Year Exhibition
The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation will host the annual Wildlife Artist of the Year competition. The work of the shortlisted artists will be displayed and will also be available for sale, with all the proceeds going towards the continued efforts towards wildlife conservation. Entry to the exhibition shall be through donation. The exhibition promises to bring together a number of different forms of art, thereby providing visitors with an amazing experience.
Venue: The Mall Galleries London
Dates: 16th to 26th November 2017.
Ing Discerning Eye Exhibition
This exhibition is a show of small works that have been chosen by six prominent figures of the art world. They include two artists, two collectors, and two critics. All the work has been independently chosen by them, and they come together to create a masterpiece exhibition.
Venue: The Mall Galleries London
Dates: 18th to 29th October 2017
The Natural Eye 2017
This is the annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists. It will also include talks and panels led by the eminent people of the field, about books, photography, pottery, painting, drawing and other various types of art.
Venue: Arundel Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Dates: 1st November to 31st December 2017
Alison Ingram’s Solo Exhibition
The exhibition will showcase some of the artists’ new work, and a few old favorites. Some prints of her work will also be up for sale. It will show new, original wildlife paintings made by the artist.
Venue: Seaside Art Gallery, Nags Head, NC, USA
Dates: 1st January to 28th January 2018
Animals In Art Show By Rebecca
A lot of fresh never seen before work by the artist will be on display at this exhibition.
Venue: Museum der Moderne, Salzburg.
Dates: November 1st to November 5th
Thick Time: Installations And Staging By William Kentridge
It is an exhibition that explores a variety of themes like revolution, colonialism, and loneliness through multimedia cinematic installations which have playful animation and theatrical filming.
Dates: 7th October to 27th May 2018
Dutch Masters From The Hermitage: Treasures Of The Tsars
Some of the best paintings from the Dutch Golden Age will be exhibited. Most of them were acquired from the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg and will be back in the Netherlands, centuries after they were stolen by the Tsars.
Dates: till 21st January 2018
Chagall: The Breakthrough Years By Basel
Dedicated to the early work of Mark Chagall, this exhibition displays work from the years when the Russian-French artist was exploring his memories and his life throughout rural Russia and Paris. The art also shows Jewish life at a time when Europe was entering the First World War.
Venue: Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, Lisbon
Dates: Until 8th January 2018
Joan Miro: Materiality And Metamorphosis
The expansive exhibition showcases the entire career of the popular Catalan artist with nearly 85 of his works. These include tapestries and drawings. The exhibition is high in colors and draws large crowds, with an estimated 240,000 people have visited it already.
Venue: Guggenheim Bilbao
Date: 30th September to 14th January 2018
Touching Vision By Annie Albers
The main focus of this exhibition is on the work of Annie Albers, who was one of the few leading and inspiring textile artists of the 20th century, and how she combined artistic work with educational practices. Annie challenged the preconceptions of art made from woven fabric, having studied at the Bauhaus art school.