We spoke to artist Sara Shamma about her new body of work, Bold Spirits, currently on display at the Gallery until 25 February 2024.
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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.
Rubens-inspired gifts, prints, books and more
Four contemporary female artists discuss their perception of Rubens and the concept of the Rubenesque today.
We are thrilled to announce that we have been selected to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies' Digital Accelerator Programme.
The Gallery and shop are closed 11-26 Sep as we prepare to open Rubens & Women (27 Sep - 28 Jan 2024), a major exhibition of the Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. The exhibition will be the first to challenge the popular assumption that Rubens painted only one type of woman and we will reveal the varied and important place occupied by women, both real and imagined, in his world. The Café and Gardens will be open as normal.
We're unlocking more timeslots for the final weekend of the Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism exhibition.
If you’ve been following the hugely successful Netflix drama Heartstopper, you might have clocked that our enfilade stood in as a wing of the Louvre in Paris.
It’s the last month of our five star exhibition, Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism, and the gallery is buzzing. Looking ahead, we have four major exhibitions, unmissable contemporary artist displays and special events all to come in the next 12 months. So, it's a fantastic time to get involved in our annual Friends membership scheme.
In August 1875, Berthe Morisot and her husband Eugène Manet visited the Isle of Wight on her honeymoon. ‘Shaping Impressionism’ curator Dr Lois Oliver reveals more about her trip and how it influenced her.
In our latest film, The Great Women Artists founder Katy Hessel takes a tour of Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism.
We are looking for an Exhibitions Manager to manage key exhibitions in the Gallery's programme. Develop your skills and understanding of working with loans, interpretation and audiences in temporary exhibitions.
Take a closer look at the details in Mary Beale's self portrait 'In Little' and the fascinating story behind it.
A bold retelling of Morisot’s story, Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism draws on new research and previously unpublished archival material to trace the roots of her inspiration.
Curator Helen Hillyard explores one of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s most celebrated works by Antoine Watteau, an artist who had a profound influence on Berthe Morisot, herself the subject of a major exhibition at Dulwich this spring.
Čiurlionis, Morisot, Rubens AND landscape greats coming soon, discover 2023 at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Become a Friend before 12 March and enjoy 4 exhibitions with your membership.
Wassily Kandinsky has generally been seen as the forefather of abstract art. But it's been argued that M.K. Čiurlionis was pioneering this form of art a few years before. Was he correct? Watch our latest video below and find out!
We spoke to abstract painter Anthony Daley about his new body of work, currently on display in the Gallery, exploring his career-long fascination with the work of Rubens.
A visit to Anthony Daley’s studio to see the preparations for his current exhibition at Dulwich reveals the deep love this Abstract Expressionist artist has for the works of the Old Masters and Rubens in particular. By Malcolm Cussons for In View magazine.
Commissioned as part of the creative partnership between Dulwich Picture Gallery and NHS South East London Integrated Care Board, Osiris is the vision of sculptor and mixed media artist Rafael Klein. Osiris, the Egyptian God of resurrection, life and vegetation, now accompanies you as you explore Tessa Jowell Health Centre’s garden courtyard and embodies the collaborative nature of the local community. The garden is open to the public and a pleasant walk from the Gallery through Dulwich village.
Christmas is just around the corner and we’ve got gifts covered! We’ve rounded up a few favourites from our range of art-inspired prints, cards, textiles, jewellery, toys and products for the home.
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Support what we do and share the gift of art this festive season. Friends membership vouchers are now available to buy online and recipients will be able to visit our exhibitions for a year free of charge.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss one of the influential painters at the heart of the French Impressionist movement: Berthe Morisot (1841-1895). 'Morisot Impressionism and the 18th Century' opens at Dulwich Picture Gallery 31 March - 10 September 2023.
Order your copy of the M.K. Čiurlionis: Between Worlds exhibition catalogue, written by curator Kathleen Soriano.
Stuart Semple brings his Festival of Happiness to Dulwich Picture Gallery on Saturday 30 July. Prolific, provocative, passionate, Stuart Semple is renowned for his witty, thought-provoking and challenging artworks created in media ranging from painting, film and public art to sculpture and installation. The Festival will also be the site of a new immersive work, 'Something Else'.
We invited members of the local community to share their thoughts on artworks in our exhibition.
Artist Tom Hunter's photograph 'A Woman Reading a Possession Order' is from a series of images of a squatter's community in Hackney, East London. In this video, he caught up with the woman in the photo, 25 years later.
Helen Frankenthaler has long been associated with Abstract Expressionism. Cora Chalaby explores how the rich body of woodcuts positions her practice within a different movement - the American Print Renaissance.
While the rest of the world is constructing false truths on April Fool's Day, we thought we'd share some fun facts about the Gallery’s history and collection, some of which are hard to believe are true.