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BARBICAN LIFE


Edvard Munch


The Girls on the Bridge 1927


Munch Museum © Munch


Museum/Munch-


EllingsendGroup/DACS 2012


LAST CHANCE TO SEE


Tate Modern Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye Until 14th October


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t could be said that Edvard Munch’s most notable achievement is attaining the status of ‘famous


artist’ despite having created only one image that most people can name. True, that one image is one of the most iconic artworks ever created and earlier this year became the most expensive painting ever sold at auction, selling for $120 million and beating the previous world record held by a Picasso nude. But still Munch remains a little understood artist, often pigeonholed as a troubled soul whose output was entirely coloured by a life filled with bereavements, illness, alcoholism and depression. In this show, Tate Modern proposes that Munch was as much a modernist as,


say, Picasso and not merely a


marginal figure of art history with one memorable image to his name. Catch this intriguing show before it closes and find out why there is so much more to


Bank of England Museum Barth


olomew Lane EC2 Gold and Th e Bank of England Until 10th November


British Library Mugh


al India:


Art, Culture and Empire Opens 9th November


enaissance to Goya: Prints and Drawings from Spain Until 6th January


British Museum Gt Russell St WC1 R


The Curve Barbican Centre R


this artist than The Scream. Tate Modern Bankside SE1


What’s On in Autumn 2012


Design Museum Shad Thames SE1 Digital Crystal: Swarowsk


i at th e Design Museum Until 13th January


Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art Canonbury Square N1 Bruno Munari: My Futurist Past Until 23rd December


Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road SE1 Th


e People’s W Second W andom International:


Rain Room Opens 4th October


The Courtauld Gallery Strand WC2 Peter Lely: A L


yrical V 32 ision Opens 11th October


Museum of London At Home with Th Until 28th October


National Gallery Seduced by Art: Ph


otograph e Queen ar orld W ar Portraits Until 31st December


National Portrait Gallery St Martin’s Place WC2 Th Th


e Lost Prince:


e Life and Death of Henry Stuart Opens 18th October


Sir John Soane’s Museum 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields WC2 Giving Our Past a Future: Th


e W ork of th e W Opens 26th October


Whitechapel Gallery Whitechapel High St E1 Mel Boch If Th


ner: e Colour Ch anges Opens 12th October


Daily 10am - 6pm Late until 10pm Fridays and Saturdays Tickets: £14/ Concessions £12.20


orld Monuments Fund


y Past and Present Opens 31st October


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