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Five exhibitions in London that you won’t want to miss

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Who will soon go to the British capital, and during his trip and also what culture wants to sniff, we can these five exhibitions, recommend.

Frida Kahlo, making herself up

On the basis of its memorabilia, we learn a quirky artist know, that whole generations know how to speak. The poignant exhibition in the V&A runs until november, and gave us four stars. “More than sixty years after her death Kahlo still not gone. Her in spite of-everything-story seems to be in this #MeToo-times, more than ever, to save.’

All too human

Post-war London created his own style of painting, with raw, intense portraits in the lead role. An exhibition at Tate Britain places major attractions such as Francis Bacon and Lucian Freud in addition to their soulmates, and sources of inspiration. The exhibition is on show until 27 August to visit.

Monet and architecture

Monet seemed to be a photographer that is painted, so exactly he worked. The National Gallery dedicates until July 27, is dedicating an exhibition to Monet and architecture. For the French painter was not only a child of nature, but did his impressionism to what he noticed in Rouen, Paris, London and Venice. ‘Monet is on this expo promoted as a tourist, who like other tourists looking for the picturesque.’

Picasso 1932 – Love, fame, tragedy

Love, fame, tragedy: it all came together in the wonderful year of Pablo Picasso. The Tate Modern sets still have until the 9th of september the more than one hundred paintings, sculptures and drawings exhibition of the Spanish artist made when he had his muse, and later mistress Marie-Thérèse Walter met.

Christo, The mastaba

For our last cultuurtip in London you do not need tickets to book online. In fact, it is the floating sculpture of the Bulgarian-American artist Christo, have until september 23 in the pond of Hyde Park drives. For his first major openluchtproject in Great Britain showed the artist the 7,500 oil drums on each other for stacking.

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