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From its foundation in 1768 the Royal Academy of Arts has provided a voice for art and artists. We are an independent charity led by eminent artists and architects—the Royal Academicians—and we pursue our mission through exhibitions, education and debate.
The works of one of America's finest abstract painters, Richard Diebenkorn, come to the RA next spring. We caught up with co-curator Edith Devaney to learn about the genesis of the show.
Next year's exhibition of Joseph Cornell will give a unique opportunity to view the magical works of this incomparable artist. We caught up with curator Sarah Lea to learn about the genesis of the show.
Our upcoming Rubens show is the first major exhibition to look at the Flemish master's influence on four centuries of art history. We caught up with curator Arturo Galansino to learn about the genesis of the s...
This week the RA welcomes the works of German artist Anselm Kiefer: from intimate watercolours and artist’s books, to vast paintings, complex sculpture, and installations on a monumental scale.
As the RA prepares for an exhibition of 20th Century geometric abstraction in Latin America, a recent show in Buenos Aires reveals its legacy lives on.
Each month, we have a quick chat with one of our Academicians to find out what they're up to and what the RA means to them.
From traditional engravings to cutting edge digital techniques: the RA Schools is a hive of creative approaches to printmaking.
This April we’re celebrating the versatile art of printmaking. But it's not just us: a whole host of print-related exhibitions are taking place across the capital. Here is our pick of the best.
Your chance to own work by an Academician and help us to continue to meet the cost of tuition fees for all students at the RA Schools.
From Freudian installations to Georgian architecture: everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.
Welcome to Print Month. This April we’re celebrating the versatile art of printmaking, with a packed programme of exhibitions, events and online activity.
What happens to the works in our exhibitions once the final visitor has departed? In the case of ‘Sensing Spaces’ we’re offering the exclusive opportunity to take home your favourite pieces.
Recent years have seen a host of new innovations here at the RA, but the election process for new Academicians has hardly changed in almost 250 years. Here is how it all works.
A special late opening of ‘Sensing Spaces’ as part of our attRAct programme.