Exhibitions Closing Soon in London

As 2015 draws to a close, it is not the only thing that is coming to an end. Love London Love Culture takes a closer look the exhibitions that are closing in the next few weeks… 

The Fabric of India, Victoria and Albert Museumopening the museum’s Festival of India, this exhibition looks at the luxurious fabrics that are created in the country. The display looks at handmade textiles most associated with the country and explores the history and techniques used. Closes 10th January 2016.  Read the full review here.

Giacometti:Pure Presence, National Portrait Gallerythis is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s portrait work. It features over sixty paintings, sculptures and drawings from public and private collections. Closes on the 10th January. Read Love London Love Culture’s review here.

Celts: Art and Identity, British Museumthis is the first display that focuses on the full history of Celtic art and identity. The history unfolds from the first mention of ‘celts’ to the contemporary celtic influences. Closes 31st January 2016. 

Goya: The Portraits, National Gallery: revealing the unconventional technique that the artist used, this exhibition presents around 70 pieces of his work including paintings, drawings and miniatures – many of which have never been seen in London before. Closes 10th January 2016. Read the full review here.


Shoes: Pleasure and Pain, Victoria and Albert Museumproviding an insight into the history of shoes, this display looks at the way in which footwear has been developed over the years. Closes 31st January 2016. Read a full review here.

The World Goes Pop, Tate Modernthis is pop art – but not as you know it. This exhibition looks at how influential the movement was around the world in terms of politics, public protest and domestic revolution. Closes 24th January 2016. Read the full review here.


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