Exhibitions closing soon May 2015 – Part 1

Five exhibitions in London about to close in the next couple of weeks,
don’t miss them:
Building a Dialogue: The Architect and the Client
at The Soane Museum closes Saturday 9th May

Exploring the delicate, complex and sometimes difficult relationship between clients and architects, the exhibition charts the development of the architectural profession from Elizabethan to Victorian times.

Sir Jacob Epstein: Babies and Bloomsbury
at The Foundling Museum closes Sunday 10th May

This exhibition explores Epstein’s love of children as a subject matter, bringing together a remarkable selection of bronzes and drawings of babies and children

Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden
at Tate Modern closes Sunday 10th May

One of the most prominent painters working today, Marlene Dumas’ works explore themes of sexuality, love, death and shame, often referencing art history, popular culture and current affairs.

Inflated Star and Wooden Star
Courtyard sculpture by Frank Stella Hon RA
at Royal Academy of Arts closes Tuesday 12th May

A new large-scale sculpture by Frank Stella Hon RA, one of the most important living American artists, is on display in the Annenberg Courtyard.

Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process
at Tate Britain closes Sunday 17th May

This candid and personal documentation of Alexander McQueen’s creative process captures the spirit and essence of the acclaimed fashion designer’s work.

Come back soon for the second part of May’s last-chance-to-see list!

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