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BARBICAN LIFE


Highlights include the artwork for sets and storyboards by production designers Sir Ken Adam and Peter Lamont and the gadgets and weapons made for James Bond and his many adversaries by special effects masters John Stears and Chris Courbould. As well as the amazing costume designs by Bumble Dawson, Emma Porteous and Jany Temime, the exhibition displays some of the most lavish and iconic outfits worn by the stars of the Bond movies from major fashion designers such as Tom Ford, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de la Renta, Philip Treacy and Donatella Versace.


Barbican Centre Daily 11am- 8pm


Thursdays Late Opening until 10pm Admission: Standard £12 / Red & Orange members £8 / Yellow Members £10 / Concessions £10 / Under 16s £8


Barbican Art Gallery Bauh


aus: Art as Life Until 12th August


he major new show at the Barbican Art Gallery looks at the Bauhaus, the world’s most famous and influential modern art and design school which was founded in 1919 in Weimar by the architect Walter Gropius. Bauhaus: Art and Life traces the life of the school from those earliest roots in Weimar through the Bauhaus’ move to Dessau in 1925 under the leadership of Hannes Meyer and finally assesses the school’s brief period in Berlin led by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe before its dramatic closure in 1933 under pressure from the Nazi regime.


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Bringing together more than 400 works, this exhibition which is the biggest Bauhaus show in the UK for


What’s On June - September


Bank of England Museum Bartholomew Lane EC2 Gold and The Bank of England Until 10th November


British Library


Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands


Until 25th September


British Museum Gt Russell St WC1


The Horse: from Arabia to Royal Ascot Until 30th September


The Courtauld Gallery Strand WC2


Mantegna to Matisse:


Master Drawings from the Courtauld Gallery


Until 9th September


Design Museum Shad Thames SE1 Christian Louboutin Until 9th July


Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art


Canonbury Square N1


In Astratto: Abstraction in Italy 1930- 1980


Opens 27th June 41


The Geffrye Museum Kingsland Road E2 At Home with the World Until 9th September


Guildhall Art Gallery Guildhall Yard EC2


Butcher, Baker, Candlestick-Maker Exhibition


850 Years of London Livery Company Treasures


Until 23rd September


Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road SE1 The People’s War


Second World War Portraits Until 31st December


Museum of London At Home with The Queen Until 28th October


National Gallery


Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 Opens 11th July


The Foundling Museum Brunswick Square WC1 The Triumph of Pleasure Vauxhall Gardens 1729-1786 Until 9th September


National Portrait Gallery St Martin’s Place WC2 The Queen: Art and Image Until 21st October


Sir John Soane’s Museum 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields WC2


Stadia: Sport and Vision in Architecture Opens 6th July


Tate Modern Bankside SE1 Damien Hirst


Until 9th September


Whitechapel Gallery Whitechapel High St E1


The Story of the Government Art Collection


Until 2nd September


White Cube Hoxton Square N1 Jessica Rankin Skyfolds:1941-2010 Until 7th July


over 40 years, features painting, sculpture, architecture, film, photography, furniture, graphics, product design, textiles, ceramics and theatre from Bauhaus greats such as Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy and Josef Albers. Arranged thematically and loosely chronologically, the exhibition highlights the core characteristics of the Bauhaus spirit - experimentation, collaboration and the unifying of art and technology.


Barbican Art Gallery Barbican Centre Daily 11am - 8pm Wednesday 11am- 6pm


Thursday Late Opening until 10pm Admission: Standard £8 online or £10 on the door/ Concessions £7 online or £8 on the door/ Under 12s Free


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