If you haven’t had the pleasure of attending the Royal of Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition and you do want to go, you still have a chance as the exhibition is going to close on the 16th August. So don’t dawdle! I saw it back in June and was really impressed with the amount of art on offer. For those of you who don’t know every year The Royal Academy of Arts invites artists, amateur and professional to submit work for their annual summer exhibition. They usually receive thousands of entries and those who are successful look forward to having their work on view to potentially hundreds of thousands of visitors over the summer. Each piece on show is also available to buy.
Here are some highlights from my visit:
One of my favourites, Julian Opie – Walking in the rain in Seoul
Matthew Derbyshire – Doryphorus
This year’s summer exhibition catalogue was designed by Tim Head. For more information please visit: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/summer-exhibition