Modern art

Cubism and Futurism

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The art movements of the early 20th Century wrestled with the question of how to portray time itself.  Cubism and Futurism explores this theme by delving into five masterpieces of that era.

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George Frederic Watts

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At the time of his death in 1904, George Frederic Watts was the most celebrated artist in Britain.

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Museum of Modern Art – New York

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MoMA is one of the premier destinations in New York and one of the greatest galleries in the world. Opened to the public in 1929, this Masterworks film explores MoMA’s astonishing range of modern art through five of its masterpieces, including key works such as Jasper Johns’ Flag.

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Paul Cezanne

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Paul Cézanne arguably counts as the father of modern painting.

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Marc Chagall

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With lovers and violinists hovering overhead and unique colour compositions, Chagall is often considered to be the greatest art legend of the 20th century.

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Edgar Degas

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Edgar Degas was one of the greatest French painters of the late nineteenth century whose work explores his preoccupation with themes of tension, isolation and vulnerability.

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Raoul Dufy

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Best known for his colourful and joyous Fauvistic paintings, Raoul Dufy also produced a dazzling array of ceramics, wall-hangings, dress fabrics and furniture designs.

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Julio Gonzalez

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Travelling through the areas Gonzalez lived and interviewing those who knew him, this film helps us comprehend the genius of one of the greatest sculptors of the 20th Century.

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David Hockney

“David Hockney: Drawing from Life” opens 27th February to 28th June at the National Portrait Gallery

Andy Warhol

Tate Modern hosts an exhibition on Andy Warhol from 12th March – 6th September.