Your must-sees: Members' most wishlisted exhibitions

Nevermind your Christmas list – what's on your exhibition wishlist? Here are five shows people are most looking forward to seeing with a National Art Pass.

We've taken a peek at what's turned up most often on Art Fund members' wishlists, to find out what you're excited to see.

No show can last forever, so seize the day and make those wishes come true. All exhibitions featured are 50% off with a National Art Pass.

Fred Sandback, Untitled, 1989 (Installation view, Fred Sandback, Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, 2010)

Space Shifters

Bend your sense of space and time at this exhibition of works that play with perception. From Yayoi Kusama to Richard Wilson, 20 artists send you on a trippy voyage of discovery through glass, mirrors and light. Book ahead – it’s popular.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir La Loge (Theatre box), 1874

Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet To Cézanne

It’s clear that you miss the Courtauld – while the Somerset House gallery is closed for redevelopment, you’re flocking to see some of the finest Impressionist works from its collection on show at the National Gallery, including Cézanne, Renoir and Seurat.

Anni Albers, Intersecting, 1962

Anni Albers

Transforming people’s opinion of textiles in her lifetime, Anni Albers is doing it all over again with this exhibition at Tate Modern – lots of you have told us that it’s changed your ideas of what’s possible in the medium. From small-scale weavings to large wall hangings, get close to Albers’ creations and see the impact she had on modern art.

Coronal mass ejection from the sun

The Sun: Living with our Star

There’s no need to miss out on a dose of vitamin D this winter, as one of the hottest – literally – exhibitions on your lists provides plenty of opportunity for sun-gazing (and even, thanks to an indoor beach, sun-bathing). If you need more convincing, let Jon Culshaw tell you why it’s a must-see.

Michele Morgan photographed by Ernest Bachrach, c1939

Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs

See how the glitz and glamour of the 1920s shifted into the chic, Art Deco garments of the 1930s at this exhibition exploring how fashion changed before the Second World War. See day and evening styles as well as photographs of the stars who wore them.

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