Art Exhibitions and Events - December

Visit local art exhibitions and community events in December.

Browse through the list of local events in December or define your search by selecting the town in the search. You will find a variety of local events including art club exhibitions, community projects, exhibitions and art workshops.

03 - 08 December
04 - 08 December
Graeme Wilcox
05 December
On-line auction of a private collection of original fine artwork and sculptures
Central London
William Blake
11 September - 02 February 2020
Tate Britain presents the largest survey of work by William Blake (1757-1827) in the UK for a generation.
Barcelona Spain
12 - 13 December
Over 100 contemporary exhibitors from 30 countries, showcasing the next generation of talent alongside some of the most established galleries from Europe and around the world.
Beyond the Brotherhood: The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy
18 October - 01 February 2020
Tracing the Pre-Raphaelite thread from its inception into the 21st Century, this exhibition follows the movement’s influence on artistic developments including Realism, Aestheticism, Symbolism and Art Nouveau.
Gin Art Pasha
19 December
Stanwell House invite you to join us in celebrating an evening of gin, art and no particular order!
Quentin Blake: Feet in Water
19 October - 5 January 2020
This display is the latest in an ongoing series of artworks that Blake has created for the gallery, all featuring enchanting creations and characters in his distinctive style.
St Ives
Otobong Nkanga
21 September - 5 January 2020
From Where I Stand is the first UK museum show of artist Otobong Nkanga, whose practice spans tapestry, drawing, photography, installation, video and performance.
New York City
Transparent City
24 October - 21 December
Bruce Silverstein is proud to present an exhibition dedicated to celebrating Michael Wolf’s life and prolific photographic legacy.
Central London
Mark Leckey: O’ Magic Power of Bleakness
24 September - 05 January
Tate Britain presents O’ Magic Power of Bleakness, an ambitious new exhibition by Mark Leckey, who returns to the gallery for the first time since he won the Turner Prize in 2008.

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