Five Wonderful Exhibition for Art Lovers in London

There is a lot to see and do when you are visiting London. Whether it is shopping, eating out or sightseeing in capital, the visitors are often spoilt for choice. However, artistic minds have some other plans when they come to London. They indulge less in fanciful attractions and rather spend their time admiring the famous art works for which the city is famous for.

Let me throw some light on some of the best art exhibitions in London to visit this year:

Five Wonderful Exhibition for Art Lovers in London

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

This year’s Serpentine Pavilion is designed by award-winning architect from Japan named Sou Fujimoto. The structure is temporary made up of steel poles that give a delicate and lightweight appearance. The Pavilion will host a cafe and a range of events.

Where: Serpentine Gallery

When: From 8 June 2013 to 20 October 2013

Pompeii and Herculaneum

Pompeii and Herculaneum is a major exhibition that should not be missed. The two cities were buried in a volcanic eruption in AD 79. This major exhibition in British Museum brings 250 artefacts from these Roman cities.

Where: British Museum

When: From 28 March 2013 to 29 September 2013

RA Summer Exhibition

This is 245th year for The Royal Academy of Arts that showcases 1000 works by established as well as emerging artists. A room will be dedicated to portraiture and would feature world of Alex Katz and Frank Auerbach in addition to six tapestries entitled A Vanity of Small Differences by Grayson Perry.

Where: Royal Academy of Arts

When: From 10 June 2013 to 18 August 2013

Club to Catwalk

This exhibition explores the creative explosion of London fashion in 80s along with the insight into the way the impact of underground club culture reinvented the fashion globally.

Where: Victoria and Albert Museum

When:From 10 July 2013 to 16 February 2014

Lowry

LS Lowry is a much loved painter and this exhibitions focuses on his works. Organised at Tate Britain, the event seeks to re-appraise the famous artist for extended and new audience.

Where: Tate Britain

When: From 25 June 2013 to 20 October 2013