Still in a dilemma to figure which events in London deserves to bring your camera out this October? Make sure to grab every shot for taking in main event exhibition in London this October. Enhance you gallery with visiting these events on our list for a London’s October.
Ancient Lives on New Discoveries at British Museum:
When: 22 May to 30 November 2014 Where: British Museum
People of distant past are made to meet the eyes of present history lovers. Come with your camera to place of unravelling mummification.
Bond in Motion, London Film Museum:
When: 21 March to 31 December 2014 Where: The London Film Museum
Cars in bond movies always played a special role. Submarine turning cars stood out. Come with your cameras to grab every shot for taking.
William Morris and His Legacy, Anarchy and Beauty of 1860-1960:
When: 16 October to 11 January 2015 Where: National Portrait Gallery
This is an amazing figure in 19th to20th century life. Morris helped shape the arts in his time and this exhibition would display most of his collection.
800th anniversary of Magna Carta:
When: 12 September to 29 January 2015 Where: Guildhall Art Gallery
Works of Magna Carta was instrumental in journey of Britain towards democracy. Exhibition of relics from medieval Britain would be the highlight for most part.
Frieze Art Fair, 2014:
When: 15 October to 18 October 2014 Where: Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill
This annual fair takes over significant portion of Royal Park. These exhibits focus mainly on contemporary arts.
Art and Monarchy of 1714-60: First Georgians:
When: 11 April to 12 October 2014 Where: The Queen’s Gallery
Turn your camera on as and when you enter the Queen’s gallery for watching the First Georgian exhibits.
Disruption @ Design Museum: Designers in Residence:
When: 10 September to 8 March 2015 Where: Design Museum
Come with your cam to attend the event, where four talented designers try to show off their prowess.
Pangaea of New Art from Latin America and Africa:
When: 2 April to 2 November 2014 Where: Saatchi Gallery
Enjoy the merging arts spheres of the two sister continents with works of 16 prolific artists for display.
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion:
When: 26 June to 19 October 2014 Where: Serpentine Gallery
Enjoy the full size summer pavilion for 2014 constructed by renowned artist and painter.
War and Memory: Rosanne Hawksley:
When: 28 May to 14 November 2014 Where: Queen’s House Greenwich
It’s never fair to miss out on works of U.K’s most emotive and vibrant artist, Rosanne Hawksley.