ARTIST ROOMS: new exhibitions for 2019 and 2020
The autumn 2019 season of ARTIST ROOMS exhibitions has been announced, with work by artists including Diane Arbus, Vija Celmins and August Sander heading to galleries across the UK.
ARTIST ROOMS, a collection of over 1,600 works of modern and contemporary art which tours the UK as a series of solo exhibitions, offers audiences the chance to see a focused selection of an artist’s work.
Announced for the autumn 2019-20 season are exhibitions showcasing two of the 20th century’s most influential photographers, Diane Arbus and August Sander; Vija Celmins’ exquisite prints and drawings of natural environments; iconic pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, and more.
Find the full listings of exhibitions below, from Cardiff to Devon, Leamington Spa to the Isle of Wight.
ARTIST ROOMS autumn 2019
Diane Arbus, Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, 20 September – 1 December 2019
Vija Celmins, Quay Arts, Isle of Wight, 21 September – 16 November 2019
Roy Lichtenstein, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, 28 September 2019 – 4 January 2020
August Sander, National Museum Cardiff, 26 October 2019 – 1 March 2020
ARTIST ROOMS forthcoming in 2020
Richard Long, Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, Devon, 29 February – 1 June 2020
Louise Bourgeois, Tate Liverpool, 30 July 2020 – May 2021
ARTIST ROOMS currently on display
Self Evidence: Photographs by Woodman, Arbus and Mapplethorpe, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, 6 April – 20 October 2019
Ed Ruscha, Tate Modern, London, 25 July 2019 – 19 April 2020
Ellen Gallagher, Tate Modern, 19 November 2018 – 17 November 2019
Joseph Beuys, Tate Modern, 19 November 2018 – June 2020
ARTIST ROOMS is jointly owned by the National Galleries of Scotland and Tate. The collection was established through The d’Offay Donation in 2008, with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Art Fund, and the Scottish and British Governments. The ARTIST ROOMS touring programme is delivered by the National Galleries of Scotland and Tate in a partnership with Ferens Art Gallery through to 2020, supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Art Fund and by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.