Anima Mundi Gallery
Intimate Whispers, an exhibition of paintings by ACS Member Evelyn Williams is now available online through the gallery’s website. The exhibition focuses on the subtleties & complexities of relationships and the human predicament.
John Martin Gallery
John Martin gallery is offering new online Cabinet Exhibitions of their current shows, including Metamorphosis an exhibition of new sculptures by ACS Member Olivia Musgrave.
Have started a new series of online interviews investigating creativity and routine in the lives of critically acclaimed artists called #LivesOfArtists! The latest edition includes an interview with ACS Member Eileen Cooper, who describes her daily routine, other artists she admires and her friendship with fellow printmaker and ACS Member Sara Lee.
While the RA doors are temporarily closed, you can still experience their exhibition on Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert in a video tour of the galleries.
Take a virtual tour through 12 rooms of the Tate Britain collection! The curated display does not follow designated themes or movements, instead it is arranged by decade, so you can see an array of art made at any one moment.
The British Museum
With one of the largest collections of world art and artefacts, why not remind yourself of the remarkable collection at the British Museum. Spanning over two million years of human history and culture, now available to view through virtual reality tours online.
Immerse yourself in Renaissance masterpieces from Northern Italy, the Netherlands and Germany, at the National Gallery. Their current virtual tour includes works by Titian, Veronese, and Holbein.
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Had to cancel your Paris trip? You can still virtually walk through the galleries of the Musee d’ Orsay in Paris, with a collection spanning from the period 1848 to 1914. The virtual tour also includes an online exhibition charting the history of the building.
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Pop over to New York to experience an uninterrupted journey of the Guggenheim Museum online. The museum continuously expands its collection of (post-) impressionist, modern and contemporary art which are all available to view from home.
The Museu de Arte de São Paulo
The broad historical collection ranges from 14th to 20th century, available to view via its virtual gallery. Paintings appear suspended in the air around the open-plan space, on glass panels or “crystal easels”.