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The myth of El Dorado spurred on generations of Spanish Conquistadors and other explorers to hunt for the Lost City of Gold across South America.
The British Museum’s autumn exhibition Beyond El Dorado examines the myth and explores the culture of Colombia before the Spanish arrived in the 16th century.
From a tiny shop in Nottingham in 1970 to a global fashion brand famous for its contemporary tailoring, and now an exhibition in his honour at London’s Design Museum, Paul Smith has come a long way.
Hello My Name is Paul Smith at the Design Museum opens in November, charting the rise of the quintessential British menswear designer over 40 years in the fashion industry.
The artist JMW Turner had a life-long interest in the sea, which he painted time and time again. The exhibition Turner & the Sea is the first large-scale examination of his seascapes, painted at the height of Britain’s naval power, reflecting the nation’s great love affair with the sea.
The exhibition has borrowed paintings from around the world, from his earlier marine paintings such as Calais Pier (1803), The Shipwreck (1805) and the first oil painting he exhibited at the Royal Academy, The Wreck of a Transport Ship (c. 1810), to the last seascape he painted, The Wreck Buoy (1849), and includes his largest painting, The Battle of Trafalgar (1822-24).
A hot ticket for the new year is Simon Russell Beale’s King Lear, directed by Sam Mendes at the National Theatre.
The pair have worked together in the past on a number of productions, including Uncle Vanya and Twelfth Night at the Donmar Warehouse, back in 2002, but this is their first Shakespearean collaboration at the National Theatre since Othello in 1998.
Known for his extraordinary blown glass sculptures, the American artist Dale Chihuly has transformed the Halcyon Gallery in Mayfair with a coloured glass extravaganza for his exhibition Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object.
Chihuly has designed several sculptures to fit the gallery space, include stunning chandeliers, such as the Cranberry Spire. Also on show, some for the first time in the UK, are installations including his colourful Persian Pergola and neon artworks, such as Sapphire Neon Tumbleweeds.
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