Those looking for great museum exhibitions to visit this fall are in luck because we have compiled a short list of the most anticipated art shows on display.
1. “William Blake: The Artist” at Tate Britain in London
“William Blake: The Artist” at Tate Britain in London is an exhibition to remember, featuring more than 300 different unique works that haven’t been enjoyed by the eyes of others for more than 20 years. As an ode to his time in hiding, the exhibit features a recreation of Blake’s first small showing of art back in 1809. The artist is known for his risk-taking abilities, creating dark and obscure pieces that depict scenes of suffering, sexual violence, and other tense content. Art enthusiasts looking for art exhibitions in London will definitely want to check this out, as it is not only a glimpse into a time in the past where political terrors and oppression were prominent, but also a part of the current art history with the amazing 21st-century public appearance of Blake to enjoy. The exhibition is on view through February 2, 2020.
2. “The World of Anna Sui” at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York
Back again to show the world what girls are made of is “The World of Anna Sui” at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, one of the artist’s grandest museum exhibitions to date. The Detroit-based artist became famous after painting the runways with her colorful and playful getups along the catwalks in the 1990s. Since then, she has continued to revolutionize the world of fashion, giving every girl from cowgirls to surfer chicks a fun and flirty image. One hundred looks from the artist’s diverse and massive collection will be featured for this playful affair that only Sui can pull off. The exhibition runs through February 23, 2020.
3. “Rembrandt Laboratory: Rembrandt’s Technique Unravelled” at The Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam
“Rembrandt Laboratory: Rembrandt’s Technique Unravelled” at The Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam is definitely a sight for both art and history buffs. This exhibit features famous Rembrandt’s pieces in a way that they haven’t been seen before. Unlike traditional museum exhibitions, this one is focused on the use of the latest methods in art analysis like the Macro X-Ray Fluorescence to analyze the paintings and provide answers for the unresolved questions surrounding the artist’s work. This tool has given researchers a glimpse into the unmatched techniques of Rembrandt, revealing his use of material and colors. The exhibition is on view through February 16, 2020.
Museum exhibitions are a great way to get in touch with the artist within, each one bringing a different sentiment and way of looking at the world. For those near or traveling to any of the areas mentioned above, visiting these much-anticipated displays should be at the top of the list.