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Alice Neel – People Come First

Continuing to redress the imbalance between male and female artists, the Guggenheim Bilbao has chosen to mount the very first retrospective in Spain of American artist Alice Neel (1900–1984).

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The Medicis: Portraits and Politics

Exploring some of the greatest Medici rulers of Florence through a series of portraits, this show spans just 58 years – from 1512 with the transformation of the city from a republic into a duchy – to 1570.

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British Photography Awards

The charity roster of the British Photography Awards includes no less than eight wildlife and environmental groups.

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Milton Avery

Despite his reputation as one of North America’s greatest 20th-century colourists, Milton Avery’s work has never been shown in Europe.

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Raymond Briggs – A Retrospective

Internationally famous for books including Fungus the Bogeyman, The Snowman and When the Wind Blows, this is remarkably the first ever exhibition devoted to Raymond Briggs.

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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly in League with the Night

Black female artists are very belatedly enjoying huge amounts of exposure across the world and Yiadom-Bokaye is among those whose portraits and paintings have found favour.

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Kandinsky

One of the foremost artistic innovators of the early 20th century, Vasily Kandinsky, is one of the great pioneers of abstractions.

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The Prado Reunited

The Prado Museum in Madrid has been working hard to reopen galleries.

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The Loneliness of the Soul

Works by British artist Tracey Emin and Expressionist Edvard ‘the Scream’ Munch will be shown together at the Royal Academy this winter.

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Royal Academy revised programme

The Royal Academy plans to reopen in the autumn. In the meantime, new start dates for the 2020 exhibitions programme include moving the Summer Exhibition to October. 

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