London is constantly busy with art throughout the city, making it at times hard to keep track of the best exhibitions. We have put together the Brummells of London Art Exhibition Guide for 2020 to help you keep track of the best places to be in terms of art this year.

 

24/7 at Somerset House

Until 23 February 2020

Described as 'an essential exhibition for today, exploring the non stop nature of modern life', this exhibition takes visitors on a milti-sensory journey to provoke and entertain. "Many of us feel we're working more intensively, juggling too many things, blurring our public and private lives, pushing the limits of our natural rhythms of sleep and waking."

This exhibition involves a series of walk-through installations which tease your senses whilst exploring technologies and systems which control us. From a video montage of Mark Zuckerberg to workshops you can take part in, this is the ultimate interactive art experience.

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Photo from Somerset House https://www.somersethouse.org.uk/press/247

 

Eco-Visionaries at the Royal Academy

Until 23 February 2020

'Discover how architects, artists and designers are responding today to some of the most urgent ecological issues of our times.' This Royal Academy exhibition explores the way that artists and practitioners such as Tue Greenfort, Rimini Protokoll, Virgil Abloh and more are responding to these current issues.

"In the 1950s, scientists started raising serious concerns about the damaging effects of modern life on the environment. Since then, architects, designers and artists have joined the urgent effort to draw attention to the planet's fragile and endangered ecosystem." The ideal exhibition for exploring current issues, however not suitable for young children due to scenes of violence.

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Dora Maar at the Tate Modern

Until 15 March 2020

The Tate Modern are exhibiting a series of provocative surrealist photomontages by photographer Dora Maar. Maar's relationship with Pablo Picasso lead to a series of portraits combining experimental photographic and printmaking techniques. Explore the history of Dora Maar's career throughout this exhibition.

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Dora Maar, 'Model in Swimsuit' 1936. The J. Paul Getty Museum, LA. Copyright Estate of Dora Maar / DACS 2019, All Rights Reserved

 

Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art 

Featuring artists such as Mario Sironi, Ottone Rosai, Gina Severini and many more, the Estorick Collection brings some of the most exquisite Italian works from the first half of the twentieth century and is the only museum in Britain only devoted to modern Italian art. Futurism was an influential part of 20th Century Art and this exhibition allows you to explore works including sculpture, paintings and more.

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