The six cultural events not to miss this September

The six cultural events not to miss this September

3 Sep 2019 - 11:32 BY The Arts Society

From Cézanne’s secret drawings to exquisite antiques, there’s so much to see this September.


William Blake

William Blake, PityWilliam Blake, Pity, 1975. Courtesy Tate


An expansive survey of the radical artist’s painting, printmaking and poetry, with more than 300 original artworks. 

Tate Britain

11 September 2019–2 February 2020

tate.org.uk


Cézanne at the Whitworth

Cézanne, Bathers, 1536Cézanne, Bathers, 1536


An exhibition focusing solely on the drawings and prints of Paul Cézanne, including deeply personal sketches never seen in his lifetime.

The Whitworth 

24 August 2019–1 March 2020

whitworth.manchester.ac.uk


Tim Walker: Wonderful Things

Time Walker, Tilda Swindon, Renishaw Hall Derbyshire, 2018 © Tim Walker studioTime Walker, Tilda Swindon, Renishaw Hall Derbyshire, 2018 © Tim Walker studio


The largest-ever exhibition of the imaginative fashion photographer’s work and the objects that have inspired him. 

V&A

21 September–8 March 2020

vam.ac.uk


Chatsworth Arts Festival

Ben Long's Scaffolding Dog Sculpture, 2019 with Chatsworth House and Canal Pond. Credit Scott Merrylees - Ben Long's Scaffolding Dog Sculpture, 2019 with Chatsworth House and Canal Pond. Credit Scott Merrylees


A weekend of culture, performances, talks and tours at Chatsworth House, featuring the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Mark Wallinger and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.

20–22 September 2019

chatsworth.org


LAPADA Arts and Antiques Fair

The renowned fair, now in its 45thyear, brings together carefully selected arts and antiques from throughout the world. A stand of contemporary works of art is to be included for the first time. 

13–18 September 2019

lapadalondon.com


Basketry: Function & Ornament

An exhibition of works by 30 of today’s top artist-makers, working in the ancient craft of basketry. Among the functional, sculptural and very beautiful, look out for the baskets made by Lorna Singleton, one of the UK’s last remaining ‘swillers’ who specialise in woven products made with coppiced oak.

Until 13 October 2019

ruthincraftcentre.org.uk

 

 

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