London is all set to host a diverse range of art exhibitions in September. The city has always been known for its rich and vibrant art culture with its many incredible museums and art galleries. The art exhibitions scheduled for next month will surely be a great way for visitors to acquaint with the artistic traditions of the city and see firsthand the works of world-renowned artists.
September will hold several exhibitions focusing on different kinds of art that will surely delight any visitors on their London walking tours. Below is a list of important exhibitions to visit in London during September.
Nature Morte is one important art exhibition that will take place from September 2, 2017 to April 2, 2018. It is exhibited in the Guildhall Art Gallery and would feature the old art tradition of depicting still life. The exhibition features the world of renowned contemporary artists such as Mat Colinshaw, Michael Craig Martin, etc. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and the Guildhall Art Gallery are jointly organizing this exhibition.
Enter Through the Headset 2
Hosted by the Gazelli Art House, Enter Through the Headset 2 is a must visit exhibition that runs from September 8 to 30. It features the theme of linking the natural worlds and the digital virtual worlds through the physical space. The exhibition will feature the use of virtual reality to immerse the visitors in different experiences. Prominent artists such as Rebecca Allen, Gibson & Martelli, Matteo Zamagni, etc., will display their works.
Created by Nathalie Du Pasquier, Other Rooms is an architectural installation hosted in the Camden Arts Centre in London from September 29, 2017 to January 7, 2018. Her impressive body of work in still life and architectural installations will be displayed in this exhibition. Other Rooms will offer a unique experience to the visitors as it will cover the entire gallery space.
Scythians Warriors of Ancient Siberia
Scythians warriors of ancient Siberia are a major exhibition organized by the British Museum and runs from September 14, 2017 to January 14, 2018. The exhibition will feature over 200 carefully preserved artifacts from the times of the Scythians. It is a great way for visitors to discover more about the life and times of the Scythians.
The White Cube Bermondsey’s North Gallery will host the first solo exhibition of Ann Veronica Janssens. The exhibition will run from September 27, 2017 to December 12, 2018 and will offer an immersive and surreal experience to the visitors. The works of other artists such as Cerith Wyn Evans and Damien Ortega will be also displayed.