Exhibitions closing soon May 2015 – Part 2

LAST CHANCE TO SEE!
Six exhibitions in London about to close in the next couple of weeks,
catch them while you can:
Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends
at The National Portrait Gallery closes Monday 25th May

This major exhibition of over seventy portraits spans Sargent’s time in London, Paris, Boston and New York as well as his travels in the Italian and English countryside.

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector
at Barbican Art Gallery closes Monday 25th May

From mass-produced memorabilia to one-of-a-kind curiosities, explore the fascinating personal collections of artists such as Damien Hirst, Edmund de Waal and Peter Blake.

Sculpture Victorious
at Tate Britain closes Monday 25th May

The Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture. Sculpture Victorious celebrates some of the most astonishing and lavish works produced in this groundbreaking period.

Inventing Impressionism
at The National Gallery closes Sunday 31st May

The UK’s first major exhibition devoted to Paul Durand-Ruel, the entrepreneurial art dealer who discovered the Impressionists.

For Richer For Poorer: Weddings Unveiled
at The Jewish Museum London closes Sunday 31st May
A moving and nostalgic exhibition that explores weddings within the immigrant Jewish community from the 1880s to the mid-20th century.
Roman Signer: Slow Movement
at The Curve, Barbican Centre closes Sunday 31st May

Swiss artist Roman Signer presents Slow Movement, a new installation for the Curve, using a kayak that navigates the 90-metre long gallery as if moving through a canal.

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