FIVE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED THIS MAY

FIVE EVENTS NOT TO BE MISSED THIS MAY

3 May 2019 - 13:28 BY The Arts Society

From immersive installations to a history of Manga, here are our picks of the best events to see in May.

Current Affairs: Serge Attukwei Clottey 

© Serge Attukwei Clottey 

Until 27 May at Fabrica, Brighton

Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey transforms the interiors of the former Holy Trinity Church with his incredible installations made from yellow jerry cans, as part of Brighton Festival. 

brightonfestival.org


Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, DIRECTED BY STANLEY KUBRICK © WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC.2001: A Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Until 15 September at the Design Museum

An intimate look at the work of the ground-breaking director, including props, costumes and other ephemera.

designmuseum.org


Women's Work


Image kingly provided by the Crafts Study Centre, University for the Creative Arts

4 May – 13 October at Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft

Explore the incredible work of pioneering femaletextile artists, weavers, ceramicists and silversmiths, who were defined by their experiences of the World War I. 

ditchlingmuseumartcraft.org.uk


Manga

Cover of Flower magazine, © Shogakukan Inc. 

23 May – 26 August at the British Museum

Explore the rich and diverse history of the Japanese artform in the biggest exhibition ever held outside its homeland. 

britishmuseum.org


Huguette Caland

Kiss, 1968, Courtesy Huguette Caland

24 May – 1 September at Tate St Ives

The first UK museum solo show of this Lebanese artist, who creates abstract works and has collaborated with fashion designer Pierre Cardin. 

tate.org.uk

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