The London gallery has confirmed changes to its exhibition programme for the rest of the year.

Kazumasa Ogawa,Morning Glory from ‘Some Japanese Flowers’, ca. 1894.
Photo copyright Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery have confirmed that it will be reopening to the public on the 19th May, subject to confirmation on the government’s plans to proceed with ‘step three’ of the roadmap.Following a year of closure due to COVID-19 restrictions, the gallery has had to make changes to its exhibition programme.

If the gallery is able to reopen as planned on the 19th May, it’s exhibition Unearthed: Photography’s Roots will also reopen. This exhibition explores the story of photography from the 1840’s to today as seen through stunning still life images of plants and botany. Given that it has been closed the last few months, the exhibition has been extended until the 30th August to offer as many people as possible a chance to see it.

Meanwhile, new dates have now been announced for the upcoming exhibition Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty. This new display featuring the work of the Abstract Expressionist artist will now be on display from the 15th September until the 17th April. This is the first major UK exhibition of woodcuts by the artist and shines a light on her  woodcuts, which appear painterly and spontaneous with expanses of colour and fluid forms.

The Gallery is set to be open Wednesday- Sunday 11am-6pm.

To find out more about the Dulwich Picture Gallery visit: https://www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk/