In London, three museums invite unique visits combining art, science and technology. The Moving to Mars exhibition (October 18 – February 23) at the Design Museum is, according to the institution itself, "a multisensory experience for all ages." About 200 objects are gathered here, including contributions from NASA, the European Space Agency and SpaceX, as well as the first sustainable urban design for Mars and the first space suits designed for the Martian surface.
Where? Design Museum (London)
When? From October 18 to February 23, 2020
At the Tate Britain William Blake Exhibition (1757 – 1827) is the largest exhibition dedicated to the English poet and painter in 20 years (from September 11 to February 2). In addition to the artist's 300 works, this show features the recreation of the room where Blake first presented his art in 1809, as well as another room where the museum uses digital technology to fulfill the author's desire to present works. on a large scale.
Where? Tate Britain (London)
When? From September 11 to February 2, 2020
At the National Gallery Da Vinci is celebrated with the Leonardo exhibition. Experience a Masterpiece (November 9 – January 12) in which The Virgin of the Rocks is the protagonist. To this end, the gallery on the ground floor will become a painting studio, where the composition of the painting is explored through the author's own perspective, and in an imaginary chapel, the context for which the work was originally commissioned.
Where? National Gallery (London)
When? From November 9 to January 12, 2020
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