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Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame, Tragedy at Tate Modern Tate Modern staged its first ever solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work - The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame, Tragedy - in March. Taking visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932, a pivotal time in Picasso’s life, the exhibition included more than 70 paintings, sculptures and works on paper.
Dippy the Dinosaur at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery One of the National History Museum’s most iconic exhibits, the Diplodocus known as Dippy, took a road trip to Birmingham from May to September. An impressive 21.3 metres long, 4.3 metres wide and 4.25 metres high, the full skeleton - cast in its display pose - aimed to inspire and encourage families to explore nature on their doorstep.
Monet and Architecture at The National Gallery The National Gallery held a landmark exhibition in Spring 2018 featuring more than 75 paintings by Monet. The innovative exhibition spanned his long career from its beginnings in the mid-1860s to the public display of his Venice paintings in 1912.
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