Arts & Culture

The National Gallery spills out into Trafalgar Square

This week’s Art Review looks at the latest attempt to draw crowds back into central London and offers a few ideas of things to do this weekend.

From a major exhibition of works from The National Gallery that has gone on show in Trafalgar Square to a huge piece of artwork dedicated to the success of Team GB at the Olympics available to see in Carnaby Street.

James also explores a ground-breaking exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery involving dozens of photographers and never before seen prints.



Tanya Francis 20th August 2021

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