27 August 2021
Pablo Bronstein: Hell in its Heyday will present a new body of work by this prominent British-Argentinian contemporary artist.
8 October 2019
This major exhibition will unite all of the paintings and engravings in Hogarth’s Place and Progress series for the first time displayed across the Georgian backdrop of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Through these works, the exhibition will explore the artist’s complicated stance on morality, society, and the city, and the enduring appeal of his satires.
28 March 2017
The new Marc Quinn exhibition at the Sir John Soane’s Museum is a rare treat. It merges contemporary art with one of the finest house museum settings in the world.
The work of one of the greatest British architects of all time is examined in a new exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum. Robert Adam’s London (30 November 2016 – 11 March 2017) takes an in- depth look at some of the Scottish architect’s work which helped change the landscape of the capital.
The Sir John Soane’s Museum is staging the second of two exhibitions looking at the relationship between Sir John Soane and the great Italian printmaker, antiquarian and architect Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-78). Taking two of Piranesi’s influential publications as starting points – his 1769 Diverse Maniere d’Adornare i Cammini… and Vasi, Candelabri, Cippi, Sarcofagi… of […]
Sir John Soane’s Museum presents the first major survey of the work of British artist and illustrator Alan Sorrell (1904 – 1974). Entitled Alan Sorrell: A Life Reconstructed, (25 October – 25 January), the exhibition celebrates for the first time Sorrell’s rich artistic production, including never before exhibited pieces from his Neo-Romantic period, his paintings […]