Royal Academy – Tracing Edvard Munch’s influence on women artists
Tracing Edvard Munch’s influence on women artists
With less than a month until our new exhibition, Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul, why not prepare yourself for the highly anticipated show by taking a deep dive into Munch’s artistic legacy.
From Tracey Emin to Louise Bourgeois, in her article art historian Patricia Berman discusses how, despite having the reputation of being one of modern art’s foundational misogynists, Edvard Munch had a surprising influence on generations of women artists.
With preparation underway for the opening of the exhibition, we’re so excited to share it with our Friends. As ever, we are extremely grateful to you for supporting us through this time. Thank you.
Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch open 15 November. Friends of the RA can see for free.
More to enjoy from home
The pawfect visitor to the Young Artists’ Summer Show
We recently welcomed Pandora the support dog to visit her portrait in this year’s Young Artists’ Summer Show. The artwork, White Dog, was created by owner Erica, aged 12.
Book your free ticket to visit the show before it closes on 22 November or explore all online.
RA Shop Read of the Month
Leading sculptor Anthony Gormley RA and art critic and historian Martin Gayford trace the compelling history of sculpture as an artform in this thought-provoking new book.