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10 best London exhibitions this summer 2018

10 exhibitions in London Summer 2018
10 fascinating exhibitions worth a visit this summer. Diana's Fashion Story at Kensington Palace to Super Hero's at the O2 there are a diverse range of exhibitions and an excuse to visit the best city in the country.

There are some fabulous ‘not to be missed’ London exhibitions this summer. Exhibitions often offer a fascinating insight into a persons life and character, or an opportunity to learn something new. I recently went to an exhibition at The British Museum – Living With Gods – a look at faiths from around the world throughout the centuries. It was fascinating journey into the hundreds of unique faiths and cultures that make communities so unique.

Here are a few exhibitions in London this summer well worth exploring.

 

1 All Too Human: Freud, Bacon and a Century of Painting Life

Until 27th August 2018

2 THE EY EXHIBITION PICASSO 1932 – LOVE, FAME, TRAGEDY

Until 9th September 2018

3 Turner Prize 2018

26 Sep 2018 – 6 Jan 2019

4 SHAPE OF LIGHT 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ABSTRACT ART

Until 14th October 2018

5 AUDREY HEPBURN: BEYOND THE BIG SCREEN

A nostalgic collection of iconic photographs offer a look at one of Hollywood’s most recognisable stars

17 August-30 September 2018

6 NELSON MANDELA: THE CENTENARY EXHIBITION 2018

Explore the life of a true revolutionary

17 July – 19 August 2018

7 Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up review

Until 4th November 2018

8 Diana: Her Fashion Story at Kensington Palace

Until 28th February 2019

9 Dawn of Super Heroes – The O2

Until 9th September 2018

10 Jutland 1916: WWI’s Greatest Sea Battle at the National Maritime Museum Greenwich

Recurring event

Summary

There are always things to do and see in London but plan your trip wisely and you could fit in a lovely hour or two lost the fascination of a unique exhibition. Some are free but some you may need to prebook.

 

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Nicola Buskell

Niki Buskell has written for the Daily Mail community site Local People. She writes for other websites with a natural interest in technology, conservation and well being.

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