Missing being able to pay a visit to a museum or art gallery? We have rounded up some of the exhibitions that you can discover from the comfort of your own home…

Artemisia Gentileschi Susannah and the Elders, 1622
© The Burghley House Collection

An online guided tour of the National Gallery’s Artemisia exhibition: the National Gallery has made available its acclaimed exhibition looking at the work of this little known artist Artemisia Gentileschi. Available to watch for £8, this is actually a great way to see the exhibition as it allows you to discover even more about the artist thanks to being guided around by curator Letizia Treves. Check out our review of the exhibition here.  

Rear Window, White Cube Gallery: only available for a short time, this online exhibition is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same name. Featuring works by artists including  Ellen Altfest, Jeff Burton and Gillian Carnegie it explores how artists construct scenes and suggest narratives.

Tantra: enlightenment to revolution, British Museum: the British Museum have created a special curator’s tour of this exhibition for people to enjoy at home. Join Imma Ramos as she explores the world of Tantra and how it has evolved over the years. Check out our review of the exhibition when we visited back in September here.

Leila Alaoui: Rite of Passage, Somerset House: this new exhibition which has now been made available for online visitors, is dedicated to the work of the late French-Moroccan photographer, artist and activist.  Guided by curator and writer Ekow Eshun, the exhibition introduces us to three of Alaoui’s photographic series featured in the exhibition, ‘The Moroccans’, ‘No Pasara’ and ‘Natreen’ as well as an unfinished film work, ‘Devils Island’.

Arctic: culture and climate, British Museum: join curators Amber Lincoln and Jago Cooper as they take you around the museum’s latest exhibition. Throughout this display explore the resourcefulness of Arctic Peoples to survive through unpredictable weather and climate.

Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace, The Queen’s Gallery: this new exhibition brings together some of the most important paintings in the Royal Collection from the picture gallery of Buckingham Palace. Artists included in this display are: Titian, Guercino, Guido Reni, Vermeer, Rembrandt, van Dyck, Rubens, Jan Steen, Claude and Canaletto.

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery: available to explore online until the 31st March, explore the work of those included in the 2020 exhibition of the prize at your own leisure. Recreating the gallery space at the National Portrait Gallery, this gives you a chance to get up close to the artwork that was shortlisted for the prize.

Summer Exhibition 2020, Royal Academy of Arts: didn’t manage to visit the 2020 exhibition in person? Not to worry as the Royal Academy of Arts recorded a special tour of the annual display of work and is available to watch on Youtube.

Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk, Victoria and Albert Museum: missed out on this stylish exhibition? The V&A has recorded a five part exhibition tour of this exhibition for you to enjoy and is available on Youtube. Check out our review here.

Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature, Natural History Museum: having only just been able to open before lockdown was reintroduced to the capital, the Natural History Museum has made available a sneak peak at this exhibition online. Check out our review of the exhibition when we were able to get there in December here.


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