TOP 5: Pick of the best art

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - ART -

1 Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Rus­sia: A new ex­hi­bi­tion en­ti­tled the Bri­tish Com­mu­nity in Pet­ro­grad, 1917-1918, opens on March 1 and marks the cen­te­nary of the 1917 Rus­sian Rev­o­lu­tion. It takes place at Brother­ton Gallery, Univer­sity of Leeds. For de­tails www.leeds.as.uk

2 Lines of Thought – Draw­ings from Michae­lan­gelo to now: There are still a few more days to catch this ex­hi­bi­tion with sketches by Pi­casso and Rem­brandt, at Hull’s Bryn­more Jones Li­brary un­til Fe­bru­ary 28. www.cul­turenet.com

3 Trea­sured City: There was an ex­cit­ing open­ing to a new ex­hi­bi­tion in Scun­thorpe last week, where the pub­lic have been tak­ing part in a hunt for five 18-carat gold fig­urines worth £2,500 – and not all have been found yet. You can see the show at 20-21 Vis­ual Arts Cen­tre.

4 Splen­dours of the Sub­con­ti­nent: A Prince’s Tour of In­dia 1875-76 is a new ex­hi­bi­tion on the then Prince of Wales’s jour­ney to In­dia and in­cludes wa­ter­colours and images from the tour. The show is at Cartwright Hall in Bradford from March 11.

5 Jonathan An­der­son in con­ver­sa­tion with Sarah Mower: Amer­i­can Vogue’s chief critic, Sarah Mower, will talk about art, fash­ion and cu­rat­ing with de­signer Jonathan An­der­son at the Hep­worth Wake­field on March 17. www.hep­worth­wake­field.org

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.