Some of the most exciting exhibitions are coming to London and outside the City this summer. Check out  what is on our art bucket to visit lis this summer.

  1. KAWS at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
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    This Brooklyn-based artist is probably one of the best known and most relevant within a modern pop art scene these days. KAWS works in a field in between contemporary art. His work is a mixture of street art, graphic and product design, paintings, murals and large-scale sculpture.
     
  2. Stanley Whitney: Radical Times, Lisson Gallery
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    The exhibition will go on from 20th of May until the second of July 2016 in Lisson Gallery. Featuring some of the latest pieces of artwork made by an American artist – Stanley Whitney. The series of oil paintings are made in response to current global events.

  3.  Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979, Tate BritanPose Work for Plinths 3 1971 Bruce McLean born 1944 Purchased 1981 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T03274

    Tate Britain is running this exhibition from 12th April until 29th of August. Explore 15 years of British art history that have changed the ways we think and preserve art today. 

  4. Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms, Tate Liverpool
    Study for a Portrait 1952 Francis Bacon 1909-1992 Bequeathed by Simon Sainsbury 2006, accessioned 2008 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T12616

    Tate Liverpool will be displaying over 30 painting and a group of rarely seen drawings and documents made by Francis Bacon.  The exhibition will be on from 18th of May and closing on the 18th of September. 

  5.  New Tate Modern – Opening 17 June 2016

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    The new,10 floor,  Tate Moder building will be dedicated to live art, film and installations.  It was designed in response to the chimney of the existing Tate Modern building which was originally designed as a power station by Giles Gilbert Scott in the 1950s.

  6. This is Voice, Welcome Collection
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    From 14 of April until 31st of July, Welcome Collection is running an exhibition that explores elusive nature of the human voice.This exhibition examines how the unique grain of our voice locates us socially, geographically and psychologically and how the voice is utterly flexible and can be altered with treatment and training.
  7. Keith Sonnier: Light Works, Whitechapel Gallery
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    Kicking off on the 10th of  June, until 11th of September, Whitechapel Gallery will showcase three-dimensional drawings with neon by American artist Keith Sonnier.  The exhibition will immerse spaces and bodies in the radiance of coloured light.