27 September — 14 December 2014
Sponsored by BNP Paribas
Always large in scale, ambitious in scope and astonishing in execution, we’ve seen artists including Anish Kapoor and David Hockney take on our Main Galleries. Now, it’s the turn of a man described as "a colossus of contemporary art" to make his mark: Anselm Kiefer.
Allen Jones RA
13 November — 25 January 2015
Lead Series Supporter JTI
This long-overdue retrospective brings together striking, sometimes provocative work which ranges freely across painting, drawing and sculpture, spanning the 50 years since Allen Jones first emerged as a key figure in British Pop Art.Book now
100 Buildings 100 Years
Views of British Architecture since 1914
11 October — 1 February 2015
Organised in conjunction with the Twentieth Century Society
Loved and loathed, revered and reviled, the architecture of the twentieth century polarises opinion like no other. Yet the period from 1914 to the present is also the most architecturally-diverse in Britain’s history, with buildings that appeal to all tastes and sensibilities.
Black and White Gothic
20 December — 15 February 2015
Unsettling, otherworldly and murderous scenarios are dramatically played out in Charles Stewart’s deceptively simple book illustrations, striking examples of the neglected British tradition of black and white book art.
Rubens and His Legacy
Van Dyck to Cézanne
24 January — 10 April 2015
Sponsored by BNY Mellon, Partner of the Royal Academy of Arts
Peter Paul Rubens has been described as the "prince of painters". A bold claim? Judge for yourself at this, the first major overview of his work and legacy.Book now
19 September — 13 December 2015
Ai Weiwei is a major artist and cultural phenomenon. His work is visionary, iconoclastic and increasingly political. When he speaks, the world listens. In September 2015, we will present the first significant British survey of this groundbreaking Honorary Academician.Book now
Premiums: Interim Projects 2015
13 February — 11 March 2015
Premiums: Interim Projects is your chance to explore the work of the postgraduates in their second year at the Royal Academy Schools, Britain's first art school.
RA Schools Show 2015
12-28 June 2015
The RA Schools Show is the annual exhibition of works by final year students at the historic Royal Academy Schools, the oldest art school in Britain.
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