Exhibitions to visit

We’ve pulled together a list of exhibitions that we think you will enjoy this Spring.


Where?: 6 Marble Arch, London

What?: Frameless is redefining the experiential immersive art world. Situated in Marble Arch, we are the largest permanent multi-sensory experience in the UK. Frameless features four galleries and showcases some of the worlds greatest works of art presented in ways never seen before. Where art breaks free.

When?: Ongoing

Entry: From £27

Yoshida: Three Generations of Japanese Printmaking

Where?: Dulwich Picture Gallery

What?: Opening in June 2024, Dulwich Picture Gallery will bring together artworks by the Yoshida family, a Japanese artistic dynasty including Yoshida Hiroshi, Fujio, Tōshi, Hodaka, Chizuko and Ayomi. The first of its kind in the UK – and Europe more widely – this exhibition will shine a spotlight on three generations of woodblock print artists and trace the evolution of Japanese printmaking across two centuries.

When?: 19th June – 3rd November

Entry: £20

Now You See Us: Women Artists in Britain 1520 – 1920

Where?: Tate Britain, London

What?: Spanning 400 years, this exhibition follows women on their journeys to becoming professional artists. From Tudor times to the First World War, artists such as Mary Beale, Angelica Kauffman, Elizabeth Butler and Laura Knight paved a new artistic path for generations of women. Including over 150 works, the show dismantles stereotypes surrounding women artists in history, who were often thought of as amateurs.

When?: 16th May – 13th October 2024

Entry: £20 or Free for members

Six Lives: The Stories of Henry VIII’s Queens

Where?: National Portrait Gallery

What?: Tudor paintings by Hans Holbein the Younger and contemporary photography by Hiroshi Sugimoto meet in the National Portrait Gallery’s first exhibition of historic portraiture since reopening, presenting a study of the lives and afterlives of the six women who married Henry VIII.

When?: 20th June – 8th September

Entry: From £21

Landscape and Imagination: From Gardens to Land Art

Where?: Compton Verney, Warwickshire

What?:  Landscape and Imagination explores the beauty of nature, reimagined and reinterpreted through the hands of artists and landscape designers who throughout history have felt the urge to shape the land around them. The exhibition will explore the relationship between art, gardens, and landscape through a range of beautiful loans by major artists such as JMW Turner, Nicolas Poussin, Ian Hamilton Finlay and Anya Gallaccio. From the formal grounds of the 17th and 18th centuries to smaller flower-filled gardens of the 19th and 20th centuries, artists and garden designers have made their mark on the landscape around them.

When?: 21st March – 16th July 2024

Entry: £18