Our exhibitions take place right across the UK, allowing communities to see new and innovative displays of works from The Courtauld and local collections. Many of these exhibitions are available to view online from wherever you are.
Monet in Mind
Ferens Art Gallery, May – July 2021
Claude Monet’s (1840-1926) Antibes (1888) forms the centrepiece and is the inspiration for this exhibition focusing on mindfulness. A virtual exhibition and a variety of creative responses by local young people are on the Humber Museums Website. A series of online events are on our event page.
Renoir and the New Era
Ulster Museum, November 2020 – May 2021
The Renoir and the New Era exhibition is available with full commentary from curator Anna Leisching at smARTify. It was complemented by a series of online events available to view on our events page.
The Artful Line
The Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library, February 2020 – January 2021
The Artful Line, our most recent collaboration with the Harris might be closed but you can visit online in our Virtual Exhibition, plus there is new content from artists, curators and experts to help you find out more about the works on show.
Courtaulds: Origins, Innovation and Family
Braintree Museum, January 2020 – April 2021
You can remotely view Courtaulds: Origins, Innovation and Family through photos and commentary online, there are also brand new features about the Noa Noa prints by Paul Gauguin which are a highlight of the exhibition.
Deauville: Preston’s Courtauld Connection
The Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library, February – May 2018
The public shared their responses to Boudin’s painting Deauville, from The Courtauld’s collection, in poetry. You can see some examples in a short film on YouTube.