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  • 29 October 2015

Need inspiration for the weekend? See what exhibitions the Art Fund community have added to their list.

Goya, Duchess of Alba, 1797 © Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York

Goya, Duchess of Alba, 1797

1. Goya: The Portraits, National Gallery

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This exhibition explores Goya’s convention-defying approach to court portraiture. Fifty of his most captivating works – including drawings and miniatures – are displayed in chronological sequence. Watch Jeremy Paxman's video preview.

2. The Amazing World of MC Escher, Dulwich Picture Gallery

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Dulwich Picture Gallery brings together over 100 works, including original drawings, mezzotints, prints, woodcuts and lithographs, allowing a new audience the chance to witness Escher's mind-bending visions of infinity. Watch Sarfraz Manzoor's video preview.

3. Frank Auerbach, Tate Britain

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Paying homage to Auerbach's 60-year love affair with London, this major retrospective charts both the painter's changing style and unchanging subjects. Explore Frank Auerbach's London.

4. Ai Weiwei, Royal Academy of Art

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This landmark display chronicles the activist artist's  work since 1993 and includes sculptures made from 90 tonnes of steel rods to beautiful marble creations. Read our interactive biography.

5. Lee Miller: A  Woman's War, IWM London
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Following a fully fledged career as a model and a student, collaborator and muse to Man Ray, American-born socialite Lee Miller turned her astounding photographic skills to the horrors of combat and destruction during the Second World War.​ Watch Kate Adie's video preview.

6. The World of Charles and Ray Eames, Barbican Art Gallery
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Celebrating the husband-and-wife design duo who created some of the 20th century's most iconic pieces of furniture which were driven by philosophical ideals and a love of material.

7. Giacometti: Pure Presence, National Portrait Gallery
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To mark the 50th anniversary of his death, the National Portrait Gallery presents over 60 paintings, sculptures and drawings produced between 1914 and 1966 that present the artist's preoccupation with portraiture. Five must-see Giacometti works across the UK.

8. Botticelli Reimagined, V&A
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In March 2016, the V&A will celebrate Botticelli's enduring influence across the visual arts and popular culture with 150 works assembled from throughout the world.

9. Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, Royal Academy of Arts
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Opening in January 2016, this major exhibition will examine the role of gardens in the work of Monet and his contemporaries.

10. The Fabric of India, V&A
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As part of the V&A's Festival of India, this exhibition explores the rich cultural history of traditional handmade Indian textiles. Don't miss the ArtFunded Tent of Tipu Sahib.

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