Art Exhibitions To See This Weekend
Creatives never truly leave the office. From studios during the week to exhibitions and shows on the weekends, we are always doing something in the creative realm. It means we really love what we do. So we’ve rounded up our top picks for what to do this weekend, around the world.
Restrospective. Super interactive. The German-Belgian artist wants the audience to become part of the exhibition. Think feeling around dark metal passageways or holding onto a machine contraption that flies over Waterloo Bridge. We’re in.
Gallery: South Bank Centre
Address: Southbank Centre , London, SE1 8XX
Hours: Mon noon-6pm; Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 11am-7pm; Thu, Fri 11am-8pm
Wednesday 10 June – Sunday 6 September
The legendary Japanese artist is having a polka dot immersion showing at David Zwirner Gallery with her latest exhibition “Obliteration Room”
Gallery: David Zwirner
Address: 525 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10AM-6PM
British artist Anish Kapoor has put up a controversial installation right in front of the Palais de Versailles, Marie Antoinette’s old haunting ground. What’s so controversial? The exhibition is essentially called “The Queen’s Vagina.”
Address: Place d’Armes, Versailles, 78000
Hours: Tue-Sun 9am-6.30pm; gardens daily 8am-8.30pm (or sundown)
Works by Picasso and Dali are compared and contrasted in this latest exhibiton at the Picasso Museum in Barcelona.
Address: Montcada, 15-23, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, 08003
Hours: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun 9am-7pm (last ticket 30mins before closing). Thu 9am-9.30pm. Mon (not incl. holiday) closed.
We’ll be checking out these shows during the upcoming week, so follow us inside on Instagram