Four things to do this July
1. Tate Modern: Surrealism Beyond Borders
Based on extensive research, the exhibition reconsiders the true 'movement' of Surrealism by showing how artists around the world have been inspired and united by surrealism – from centres as diverse as Buenos Aires, Cairo, Lisbon, Mexico City, Prague, Seoul, and Tokyo.
2. Barbican: Our Time on Earth
An immersive and interactive that explores radical ideas from around the world that address how human beings live. It invites visitors to find out they can reveal the natural world like never before and approach the climate crisis in a way that inspires hope and positivity.
3. National Gallery: Raphael
One of the first ever exhibitions to explore Raphael's complete career. You will see his celebrated paintings and drawings as well as his work in architecture, poetry, and design for sculpture, tapestry and prints.
4. Yorkshire Sculpture Park: Robert Indiana 1958-2018
The first major UK exhibition of sculpture, painting and prints by American artist Robert Indiana, spanning a 60 year career in sculpture, painting and prints spanning.
Indiana’s most elaborate extension of the motif, including twelve of his own love poems written between 1958-73 and 12 different variations of the icon.