Viewing events occurring on 21 April 2008
8 March—8 June 2008
Exhibitions - In The Sackler Wing of Galleries, Burlington House
2008 Season supported by Sotheby's
The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first major exhibition in Britain devoted to Lucas Cranach the Elder (c.1472–1553). The exhibition brings together some 70...
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Genre paintings from the Royal Academy Collection
1 December 2007—7 December 2008
Exhibitions - In the John Madejski Fine Rooms
This display explores the rich variety of genre paintings from the Royal Academy's own collection.
The exhibition consists of 34 pieces, most of which are Academicians’ Diploma Works and represent...
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15 February—4 June 2008
Exhibitions - In the Architecture Space
Against a backdrop of contextual photographs of London by Richard Bryant, this display looks at six architects from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century who have had a significant impact on the London...
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21 March—1 May 2008
Exhibitions - In the Gallery Café
Eloise Rowley graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2007. Professor Maurice Cockrill RA, the Keeper of the Schools, describes her as an exemplary student, devoted to her work and anxious to develop...
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21 April 2008
Originally commissioned by George IV as an entrance to Buckingham Palace, the magnificent neo-classical Wellington Arch has a fascinating history.
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Performance, Silence and Space
21 April 2008
This forum involves a performance by Tom Phillips RA of John Cage’s 4’ 33”, and a discussion with electronic musician, Brian Eno, and architect and musician Vesna Petresin Robert.
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1 January—31 December 2008
2008 marks the 25th anniversary of the American Associates of the Royal Academy Trust (AARAT), and promises to be a year filled with many exciting events.
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