6 Art Shows Not to Be Missed If You Take Culture, Style and Design Seriously

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If you’re a lover of art in all its forms, you’ll be pleased to hear that there are a number of amazing exhibitions coming to London in the next few weeks. Here’s our pick of the highlights you won’t want to miss. 

The Dior Collection

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Proud Central, 32 Adam Street, London

Although not strictly an art exhibition, The Dior Collection brings together iconic pieces from the famous designer and examines its impact on the fashion world. Featuring garments and photography, discover how Dior revolutionised haute couture fashion and gave new meaning to the female form.

To reach the exhibition from the M by Montcalm, hop on the Tube to Charing Cross Station. It takes less than half an hour and is ultra convenient if you have a couple of hours to fill.

Etel Adnan: Elsewhere

Alan Cristea Gallery, 43 Pall Mall, London

This art exhibition is ideal for anyone with an interest in the artistry of prints. Etel Adnan showcases her first solo exhibition, entitled ‘Etel Adnan: Elsewhere’ at the Alan Cristea gallery up until the end of March 2019 and the work depicts mountains, skylines, sunsets, oceans, and vast stretches of land from memory.

To get there, take the Tube from the Montcalm Royal London House to Pall Mall. You’ll be there in just over twenty minutes.

Vincent van Gogh: London, Paris and Japan

Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London

If you’re lucky enough to be staying at the Montcalm London on Wednesday 27th of March, don’t miss your chance to view some iconic pieces of art from master Vincent Van Gogh.

This event also features a commentary on the artist’s influences from London, Paris and Japan, so it’s a must for those with a real appreciation of Van Gogh’s work.

Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads

The Wallace Collection, Manchester Square, London

Available throughout March, Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads is the first major exhibition to explore the great twentieth-century British sculptor’s fascination with armour.

Easy to reach from the M by Montcalm, just take the Tube from Old Street Station, and you’ll be at Manchester Square in just over half an hour and enjoying the exhibition for yourself.

Quentin Blake commissioned artwork

Science Museum

If you’re bringing the kids along for a stay at the Montcalm Royal London House and want to introduce them to the wonderful world of art, the Quentin Blake exhibition at the Science Museum is perfect for visitors of all ages.

Best known for his work with popular children’s literature greats Roald Dahl and David Walliams, Blakes work is displayed on large panels that brings art to life in a creative and engaging way.

Portraits and Seascapes

7 Alpha House, London

From some up to the minute new art, Portraits and Seascapes is an exhibition of new works by Aleksandar Bašic and Luke Branca.

Famed for their use of bright colours and art as a visual language, you can catch this exhibition between the 10th and 13th of April 2019.