5 Exhibitions we can't wait to see in 2017!

1. The American Dream - Pop to the Present

The British Museum

9 March - 18 June 2017

An exciting exploration in to American culture from our friends at The British Museum. It will be interesting to see the creativity and culture born out of America, especially at this time of political change.

Edward Ruscha (b. 1937), Standard Station. 1966.

Edward Ruscha (b. 1937), Standard Station. 1966.

2. David Hockney Retrospective

Tate Britain

9 February - 29 May 2017

We can't wait to see this long overdue retrospective of David Hockney, including his most recent paintings all completed on an iPad.

David Lambert & Rod Tidnam/Tate Photography David Hockney

David Lambert & Rod Tidnam/Tate Photography David Hockney

3. Josef Frank Patterns-Furniture-Painting

Fashion and Textile Museum

28 January - 7 May 2017

Josef Frank has been a massive inspiration to modern textiles and illustration, we love the traditional danish style and bold colours in particular.

Josef Frank (1885-1967)

Josef Frank (1885-1967)

4. Robert Rauschenberg

Tate Modern

1 December 2016 - 2 April 2017

Rauschenberg in our opinion is a truly timeless artist, this exhibition celebrates his six-decade career. The collage and experiments with abstract expressionism are still a massive inspiration to modern graphic design.  

Robert Rauschenberg Retroactive II 1964

Robert Rauschenberg Retroactive II 1964

5. Grayson Perry

Serpentine Gallery

8 June - 7 September 2017

A celebration of Grayson Perry and his anthropological artworks, an artist that truly captures authentic British history and attitudes, whilst also tackling issues of class and cultural differences.

Grayson Perry, 'Death of a Working Hero', 2016.

Grayson Perry, 'Death of a Working Hero', 2016.