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04 Aug 2011

Our top 10 art exhibitions in London this summer 0  

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We are loving all the art exhibitions around Lonodn at the moment – there is so many to choose from! Here’s a look at our

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top 10 favourites:

Art exhibitions in LondonToulouse-Lautrec and Jane Avril: Beyond the Moulin Rouge

Toulouse-Lautrec had a special relationship with dancer Jane Avril and this selections of paintings at the Courthauld Gallery shows off the magical quality of Moulin Rouge era.

Until 18th September at the Courthald Gallery at Somerset House.

Glamour of the Gods: Hollywood Portraits

Get swept up in the glamour at the National Portrait Gallery and wish you were part of that amazing golden era.

Until 23rd October at the National Portrait

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The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture

This season’s exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery takes advantage of the beautiful light and airy space of the gallery with some interesting sculpture from international artists.

Until 16th October at the Saatchi Gallery.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Mirror of Judgement

Be spellbound by the labyrinth installation by artist Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Serpentine Gallery.

Until 17th September at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park.

Jameel Prize 2011

This international prize of £25,000 attracts artists from all over the world and works are inspired by Islamic art.

Until 25th September at the V&A in South Kensington.

National Gallery Nan Goldin: Fireleap

You’ll have to be quick with this one as it finished on 8th August. Nan Goldin shows the lives of different children as they grow up through photos in a slideshow.

Until 8th August at the Sprovieri Gallery (23 Heddon Street, Oxford Circus)

– The Fitzrovia Photography Prize

Have a look at this year’s entries to the prize – photographers have sent in their portraits from around the world but they all add to the bohemian feel of Fitzrovia.

Until 20th August at the Diemar/Noble Gallery (66-67 Wells Street, Goodge Street)

Patrick Hughes: 50 years in Show Business

Celebrating the career of Patrick Hughes who is known in the buisness as the ‘Godfather’ of UK surrealists.

Until 3rd September at Flowers Gallery (82 Kingsland Road, Old Street)

– Watch me Move: The Animation Show

Now for something a little more lighthearted at the Barbican featuring a mash up of characters from the past 150 years. Check out the trailer:

– Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want

The notorious British artist is showing all her work in one place at the Hayward Gallery – definitely worth a look.

Until 29th August at The Hayward Gallery.

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