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Wednesday, 31 August 2016
MORE EVENTS THIS MONTH
London Design Biennale Talks Programme
7 - 27 September 2016
Screening Room, South Wing
Throughout the Biennale there's an inspiring programme of talks by some of the world's leading designers, curators and academics. Featuring UK design team Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, MoMA curator Paola Antonelli and Richard Rogers in conversation with Biennale Director Dr Christopher Turner.
Paths to Utopia
Until 2 October 2016
Inigo Rooms, East Wing, King's College London
Paths to Utopia is a collection of new art works resulting from collaborations between artists, performers, technologists and King’s College London academics. Encounter whales, step into the housing crisis and witness the ubiquitous, transcendental pursuit of creativity. Part of Utopia 2016.
FINAL WEEKS - Georgiana Houghton: Spirit Drawings
Until 11 September 2016
The Courtauld Gallery, North Wing
★★★★★ The Guardian
Explore an astonishing series of Victorian watercolours by the long-forgotten spiritualist artist Georgiana Houghton. Detailed explanations on the backs of the works declare that her hand was guided by various spirits, including several Renaissance artists, as well as higher angelic beings.
Throughout September we explore the international design scene with London Design Biennale, who are hosting a series of talks from the world’s leading designers. We’ll also delve into the mind-bending sonic soundscape of Björk’s Biophilia album with interactive events as part of Björk Digital.
From our friends at The Photographers' Gallery
Terence Donovan: Speed of Light
Until 25 Sep
The first major retrospective of Terence Donovan (1936 - 1996), one of the foremost photographers of his generation. Gifted with an eye for iconic images, Donovan was a master craftsman whose command of technique and composition came to redefine studio photography.
From our friends at designjunction
50% discount on designjunction2016 tickets for Somerset House subscribers
22 – 25 September 2016
Designjunction2016 relocates to King’s Cross and presents the latest in cutting-edge design from more than 200 world-class international brands. Taking on the theme #ImmersedinDesign, designjunction2016 promises to deliver a multisensory, evolved design exhibition, where visitors can engage with design in a more meaningful and memorable way.
Monday, 29 August 2016
New Artist Textiles from Canada
The London Design Festival (17-25 September 2016) is an annual event, held to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world and as the gateway to the international creative community.
As part of the festival the Museum foyer will feature The Textile Museum of Canada’s Greater Toronto: New Artist Textiles display. The display presents fabric designs by 10 Canadian artists including Kim Adams, Jaime Angelopoulos, Bill Burns, Lyn Carter, Bonnie Devine, Ed Pien, Tazeen Qayyum, Anu Raina, Seth and Gary Taxali. The display also coincides with the Bermondsey Street Festival 2016 on Saturday 17 September.Free entry for allDisplay Dates: 16–18 September 2016Open Friday and Saturday, 11am–6pmOpen Sunday, 11am–5pm
GOING GOING GONE: Exhibition closes 5pm Sunday 4 September
Last chance to see! With only one week left to soak up some Missoni style book your tickets now to avoid missing this 5* exhibition. Explore the creative process of Italian fashion house Missoni and the textiles of Ottavio and Rosita Missoni in the context of 20th century fine art.
£9.90 adults* / £7.70 concessions*
£6 students / Children under 12 free
Tickets must be purchased in advance.
*Includes 10% gift aid
Saturday, 27 August 2016
YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION? RECORDS AND REBELS 1966-1970
Opens 10 September 2016
In partnership with Levi's®
Sound experience by Sennheiser
Come on a musical odyssey through the era defining years of the late 1960s. Featuring over 200 records from John Peel’s collection, the exhibition transports you to a time when London was ‘swinging’, Jimi Hendrix was rocking Woodstock, students were rioting in Paris and the first man walked on the moon. You Say You Want a Revolution? Decide for yourself. Book now!
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With additional support from Grow Annenberg Foundation, Fenwick and Sassoon.