Explore fantastic art exhibitions in London with the LSE
One exhibition sure to generate interest is ‘The New Situation – Art in London in the Sixties’, being held at Sotheby’s this coming autumn
United Kingdom (PRUnderground) January 7th, 2013
There are so many reasons why London has proved to be such a popular city break destination, from its magnificent landmarks to its wealth of stages which welcome some of the world’s leading musical artists. Whatever your reason to visit the capital, why not do so through a stay in one of the fantastic London hostels from the LSE?
Perhaps one of the city’s defining attributes is its budding relationship with the arts, with millions of people admiring some of the world’s great creations housed in the countless galleries across the cityscape. One exhibition sure to generate interest is The New Situation – Art in London in the Sixties, being held at Sotheby’s this coming autumn.
Curated by the unmistakable John Kasmin, the exhibition is designed to portray the evolving spirit which was intoxicated the London art scene during the 1960s. It has been inspired by a series of photos taken in the late 50s and early 60s by Lord Snowdon
The exciting exhibition will feature at Sotheby’s from the 4-14 September, just one of the fantastic art events that can be enjoyed in the city throughout the calendar. If you are already looking forward to your stay in any of the cheap London accommodation options during the period, why not come along and discover the exhibition?
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