A new exhibition featuring works by Bloomsbury Group artists in The Courtauld’s collection is now open at Ulster Museum, Belfast.
Bloomsbury: A Collective showcases works from both The Courtauld and Ulster Museum collections, and is the third exhibition in our ongoing partnership.
The art, literature and ideas generated by the Bloomsbury Group would have an enormous influence on the rest of the twentieth century, and this exhibition takes an introductory look at the Bloomsbury Group, specifically three central artists within it – Vanessa Bell, Roger Fry and Duncan Grant. It also shares work by the Omega workshop, a group of designers who sought to translate the ethos of the Bloomsbury Group into beautiful, tangible objects.
Over the coming months, the exhibition will also provide inspiration for workshops with young people, local communities and visitors to the museum, as well as a series of online events in the autumn in collaboration with The Courtauld’s Research Forum.
Find out more on the Ulster Museum website.