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The Tate Modern’s major show opening in the autumn celebrates one of the great artists of European modernism in Paul Klee: Making Visible. Klee was a teacher at the Bauhaus and a member of the radical art movement the Blue Rider before being denounced by the Nazis and returning to Switzerland.
The exhibition focuses on 30 years of the Swiss artist’s life, during and between the two world wars. It looks at the three major stages in Klee’s career starting in Munich where he studied painting in the 1910s to his breakthroughs during the First World War; his years teaching at the Bauhaus in the 1920s; and his return to Switzerland and the end of his life in 1940.
The RCA’s Meeting Architecture lectures are a series of talks between architects and artists about projects they have worked on together, organised by the British School at Rome.
Multi-disciplinary collaborations with architects were unusual prior to the groundbreaking 1956 exhibition This is Tomorrow at Whitechapel Gallery, but have since become an accepted process in architectural projects.
Christmas is coming and for kids there is nothing like meeting Father Christmas in person before the big day itself. Look no further than some of London’s top spots where Santa Claus will be putting in an appearance.
Harrods Christmas Grotto at the iconic Knightsbridge department store, worth going to just to see Harrods facade’s famous Christmas lights. Kids visiting the grotto receive a book, badge and Christmas chocolate, and there is a special grotto experience for the under 4s. You need to register for a Harrods Rewards Card (if you are not already a member) to book for the grotto – 2 Nov to 24 Dec, Harrods, Brompton Road, SW3
Stanley Spencer: Heaven in a Hell of War is an exhibition of the war artist Sir Stanley Spencer’s large murals depicting everyday life during the First World War.
The murals have been kept at the National Trust’s Sandham Memorial Chapel in Hampshire since they were completed in 1932. Now the chapel is undergoing refurbishment work, so they are touring, and at Somerset House until the end of January.
Hello Possums! After many years of tramping the red carpet the Queen of Showbiz, Dame Edna Everage, is doing one last tour before she hangs up her stockings.
The tour, entitled Eat, Pray, Laugh!, includes a six-week stint in the West End over Christmas, in which Edna’s glittery glasses, lilac hair and diamantes will share the stage with her Aussie alter egos, the cultural attaché Sir Les Patterson and the old codger Sandy Stone.
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