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Martin Freeman is starring as Shakespeare’s Richard III in the West End in a production directed by Jamie Lloyd, celebrating the 450th anniversary of the playright’s birth this year.
The Shakespeare play about the doomed King Richard, opens the second season of Lloyd’s Trafalgar Transformed, following on from a successful first run that included James McAvoy starring in Macbeth.
The Royal Academy has a survey of modern art of South America this summer with its exhibition Radical Geometry: Modern Art of South America.
The exhibition on abstract South American art from the 1930s to the 1970s has had glowing reviews, with the Daily Telegraph describing it as “quietly marvellous” and the Guardian as “dazzling”.
Mayfair and St James’s art world has had new arrivals and movement in the last few months with antiquities galleries opening a couple of minutes walk from the Connaught.
Kallos Gallery is one of the big new players in the antiquities market, opening in May in Davies Street. Specialising in Greek antiquities the gallery is a new venture of Swiss collector Baron Thyssen, whose father’s superb collection of Old Masters and modern art is now housed in Madrid. – Kallos Gallery, 14-16 Davies Street, W1.
The Imperial War Museum (IWM) has been undergoing a major refurbishment over the last year, reopening from July with its redesigned First World War Galleries, new atrium and exhibition on First World War art, Truth and Memory: British Art of the First World War.
A landmark exhibition on the Chinese Ming Dynasty is running at the British Museum from the autumn. Ming: 50 Years that Changed China is displaying rarely seen treasures from the golden age of China’s history with items borrowed from museums around the world.
The show focuses on the 15th century dynasty that made China into a superpower and established Beijing as its capital with the building of the Forbidden City. The exhibition explores the great social and cultural changes in China during the period 1400 to 1450.
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