Video: Five must-see New Year exhibitions

Published 4 January 2016

Hello 2016! It's time to put some new dates in the diary; art historian Jacky Klein picks her unmissable art exhibitions of the season.

Celebrate 400 years since Shakespeare's death, witness the impact of Botticelli and Delacroix on the art and design world, see amazing sculpture from KAWS and get to grips with the relationship between photography and performance.

Jacky's top 5 art exhibitions

1. Botticelli Reimagined, V&A (Victoria & Albert Museum), 50% off with National Art Pass
5 March to 3 July

2. Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern, 50% off with National Art Pass
18 February to 12 June

3. Shakespeare in Art: Tempests, Tyrants and Tragedy, Compton Verney, 50% off with National Art Pass
9 March to 19 June

4. Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery, 50% off with National Art Pass
17 February to 22 May

5. KAWS, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, free to all
6 February to 12 June

Visit our what to see section for full exhibition listings and download the free Art Guide app for what to see on the go. Enjoy 50% off admission price to major exhibitions and free entry to more than 220 museums and galleries with a National Art Pass.

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