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
2 THE EY EXHIBITION PICASSO 1932 – LOVE, FAME, TRAGEDY
3 Turner Prize 2018
4 SHAPE OF LIGHT 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ABSTRACT ART
5 AUDREY HEPBURN: BEYOND THE BIG SCREEN
A nostalgic collection of iconic photographs offer a look at one of Hollywood’s most recognisable stars
6 NELSON MANDELA: THE CENTENARY EXHIBITION 2018
Explore the life of a true revolutionary
7 Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up review
8 Diana: Her Fashion Story at Kensington Palace
9 Dawn of Super Heroes – The O2
10 Jutland 1916: WWI’s Greatest Sea Battle at the National Maritime Museum Greenwich
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.