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What’s on 6 APR – 6 MAY EXHIBITIONS


UNTIL 29 APRIL SELLING DREAMS The first touring exhibition from the V&A explores the work of international fashion photographers down the decades. At the RWA (rwa.org.uk)


ERIC RAVILIOUS: GOING MODERN / BEING BRITISH An exhibition examining the life and work of Eric Ravilious: war artist, modernist, and devout chronicler of British life. RWA (rwa.org.uk)


n Art and crafts a-go-go at Bristol Guild (until 14 April)


UNTIL 14 APRIL BRISTOL GUILD A return visit to the Guild for seven artists with new and exciting work in watercolour, acrylic, silk batik, collagraphs, monoprints, jewellery, ceramics and mosaics. (bristolguild.co.uk)


UNTIL 15 APRIL AN EYE FOR FASHION Exhibition of vintage fashion photography by Norman Parkinson, one of Britain’s most significant portrait and fashion photographers of the 20th century. At M Shed (mshed.org)


UNTIL 22 APRIL BEAUTIFUL WORLD Following the results of 50 years of work by Peter Reddick, one of the UK’s leading engravers and illustrators, this exhibition includes beautiful colour woodcuts, lithographs and previously unseen watercolours. At the RWA (rwa.org.uk)


TO THE RIVER Sophie Rickett’s new work takes its inspiration from the Severn Bore. Incorporating video and surround-sound audio. Arnolfini (arnolfini.org.uk)


PENGUIN PARADE Sir Allen Lane, a Bristolian, founded Penguin Books in 1935. Penguin Parade exhibits highlights from the archive, such as a selection of classic covers, tickets and


telegrams associated with the Lady Chatterley trial, external loan items and visual representations of Penguin in its social context over time. At the RWA (rwa.org.uk)


SOMEONE ELSE The first solo UK exhibition by artist Shilpa Gupta, exploring themes of desire, conflict and technology. Arnolfini (arnolfini.org.uk)


UNTIL 24 APRIL KINGSLEY AND CLARK John Kingsley and Michael Clark exhibit their new work at Lime Tree Gallery (limetreegallery.com)


UNTIL 28 APRIL EVERLY DARK “Low-brow and neo-Surrealist images absorbed in colour and bizarre exquisite wonder: (reads the blurb), Drawn in Bristol at the Tobacco Factory. Also showing, Vyv Hope- Scott’s abstract landscapes (tobaccofactory.com)


ANGIE KENBER, DAVID C JOHNSON, JAN WILLEM VAN WELZENIS Three very different– but very colourful – talents exhibit at Grant Bradley (grantbradleygallery.co.uk)


UNTIL 30 APRIL DAMIEN HIRST Charity, a 22ft-high painted bronze statue by Damien Hirst, stands on the RWA’s balcony as a monumental comment on social injustice. Don’t miss it; actually, you can’t. RWA (rwa.org.uk)


LAURA WADY Taking her inspiration from the macabre and the notion of ‘grotesque beauty’, Laura Wady exhibits her illustrations at the Cube Cinema (cubecinema.com)


UNTIL 3 MAY


PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION A mixed photography show by members and users of St Pauls Darkroom, taking place at Bristol Folk House (bristolfolkhouse. co.uk)


n Intriguing stuff at Bristol Folk House (until 3 May)


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