page 1
page 2
page 3
page 4
page 5
page 6
page 7
page 8
page 9
page 10
page 11
page 12
page 13
page 14
page 15
page 16
page 17
page 18
page 19
page 20
page 21
page 22
page 23
page 24
page 25
page 26
page 27
page 28
page 29
page 30
page 31
page 32
page 33
page 34
page 35
page 36
page 37
page 38
page 39
page 40
page 41
page 42
page 43
page 44
page 45
page 46
page 47
page 48
page 49
page 50
page 51
page 52
page 53
page 54
page 55
page 56
page 57
page 58
page 59
page 60
page 61
page 62
page 63
page 64
page 65
page 66
page 67
page 68

WHAT'S ONUntil 26 SeptemberDetails:0151 478 ART GALLERYNEWCASTLE UPON TYNENewcastle ReinventedUntil 30 January 2011Details:0191 232 ART GALLERYInlaid Patchwork in EuropeUntil 31 OctoberDetails:0113 247 LIGHTBOXWOKING, SURREYIn Camera: Snowdon and theWorld of British Art Until 26 SeptemberDetails:01483 LOWRYSALFORD QUAYSEveryday People: SpencerTunickUntil 26 SeptemberDetails:0870 787 5780www.thelowry.comBALTICGATESHEADTomas Saraceno Until 10 OctoberDetails:0191 478 1810www.balticmill.comTHE BARBER INSTITUTE OFFINE ARTSBIRMINGHAMTreasures of Ancient EgyptUntil 18 January 2012Details:0121 414 MUSEUM ANDART GALLERYAspects of ChinaUntil 30 SeptemberDetails:0121 303 - THE ARTS &CRAFTS HOUSECUMBRIA William Morris: A Sense of PlaceUntil 17 OctoberDetails:01539 BOWES MUSEUMBARNARD CASTLE British Sporting ArtUntil 10 October Details:01833 MUSEUM ANDART GALLERYFrom Sickert To Gertler: ModernBritish Art From Boxted HouseUntil 12 SeptemberDetails:03000 290900www.virtualmuseum.infoCHIPPING CAMPDENGLOUCESTERSHIRECreative Campden Weekend17-19 SeptemberDetails:01386 LA WARR PAVILIONBEXHILLMyth, Manners and Memory1 October-2 January 2011Details:01424 229111www.dlwp.comTHE FITZWILLIAM MUSEUMCAMBRIDGE Sculpture Promenade 2010Until 28 January 2011Details:01223 FRUITMARKET GALLERYEDINBURGHMartin Creed: Down Over UpUntil 31 OctoberDetails:0131 225 OF MODERN ARTGLASGOWFiona Tan: TomorrowUntil 27 SeptemberDetails:0141 287 3050www.glasgowmuseums.comGALLERY OLDHAMFired Up: Ceramics and MeaningUntil 14 NovemberDetails:0161 770 GALLERYSHEFFIELDPaul Nash and Fay GodwinUntil 14 NovemberDetails:0114 278 HOUSEHAREWOOD, LEEDSPresence or Absence: Women inMiniatureUntil 31 OctoberDetails:0113 218 1000www.harewood.orgHASTINGS MUSEUM AND ARTGALLERYThe Hastings Rarities Affair24 September-2 January 2011Details:01424 MUSEUM AND ARTGALLERYTouching Art Touching YouUntil 5 SeptemberDetails:03000 290900www.virtualmuseum.infoHUNTERIAN ART GALLERYGLASGOWBlue and Silver: Whistler and theThames8 October-10 January 2011Details:0141 330 LEVER ART GALLERY,PORT SUNLIGHT VILLAGEDürer and ItalyAbove:Hiroshima survivors at theBrunei GalleryOpposite:Stephen Dixon,TheirFinest Hour at Gallery OldhamNADFAS REVIEW / AUTUMN 2010 15SIR JOHN SOANE'S MUSEUMMichael Petry: Touching theNeoclassical and the RomanticPart 1: 14 October-11 DecemberDetails:020 7440 4263www.soane.orgTATE BRITAINTurner Prize 20105 October-2 January 2011Details:020 7887 MODERNGauguin30 September-16 January 2011Details:020 7887 AND ALBERTMUSEUMShadow Catchers: Camera-lessPhotography13 October-20 February 2011Details:020 7942 WALLACE COLLECTIONThe Wallace Collection and theArt Treasures of SpainUntil 30 NovemberDetails:020 7563 9500www.wallacecollection.orgWHITECHAPEL GALLERYAlice Neel: Painted TruthsUntil 17 SeptemberDetails:020 7522 7888www.whitechapelgallery.orgABBOT HALL ART GALLERYKENDALArtists of the St Ives School Until 18 DecemberDetails:01539 ART GALLERYCollected: Applied Art PastPresent FutureUntil 6 March 2011Details:01224 MUSEUMOXFORD The Pre-Raphaelites and Italy16 September-5 December Details:01865 278002www.ashmolean.orgNATIONWIDE

Until 26 SeptemberDetails:01332 CITY ARTGALLERYBridget Riley: Flashback16 September-5 DecemberDetails:023 8083 LIVERPOOLNam June Paik17 December-13 March 2011Details:0151 702 IVESPeter Lanyon9 October-8 January 2011Details:01736 Rooms: Robert Mapplethorpe25 September-21 NovemberDetails:01323 HOUSE MUSEUM ANDART GALLERYCARLISLESedition18 September-28 NovemberDetails:01228 WALKER ART GALLERYLIVERPOOLJohn Moores ContemporaryPainting Prize18 September-3 January 2011Details:0151 478 ARTGALLERYPop Protest: Art for an AnxiousAgeUntil 30 OctoberDetails:01902 MUSEUMOXFORDSHIREJewellery and Silver Society ofOxford biennial exhibition 18 September-16 OctoberDetails:01993 REVIEW / AUTUMN'S ONMANCHESTER ART GALLERYRafael Lozano-Hemmer:Recorders18 September-30 January 2011Details:0161 235 MILLENNIUM GALLERYSHEFFIELDTeatopiaUntil 24 OctoberDetails:0114 278 ART OXFORD The Yard: Simon and Tom Bloor10 October-21 NovemberDetails:01865 OF DOMESTICDESIGN AND ARCHITECTUREMIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY,BARNET, HERTSA Passion for Painted Pattern: The Textile Designs of RaymondHoneymanUntil 20 March 2011Details:020 8411 OF MODERN ARTWALES, MACHYNLLETHArt For Children20 September-8 January 2011Details:01654 GALLERYCOMPLEXEDINBURGHImpressionist GardensUntil 17 OctoberDetails:0131 624 6200www.nationalgalleries.orgNAUGHTON GALLERY ATQUEEN'SBELFASTJohn Breakey20 October-28 November Details:028 9097 3580www.naughtongallery.orgPALLANT HOUSECHICHESTERGods and Monsters: John Deakin's Portraits of BritishArtists1 October-10 January 2011Details:01243 WORKSHOPSHAMPSHIREChristmas show  11-12 DecemberDetails:01264 GALLERY, PALACEOF HOLYROODHOUSEDutch Landscapes Until 9 January 2011Details:020 7766 QUILT MUSEUM ANDGALLERYYORKUnder African SkiesUntil 16 OctoberDetails:01904 613 SCOTTISH ACADEMYEDINBURGHRSA OPEN 201030 October-15 DecemberDetails:0131 225 6671 www.royalscottishacademy.orgSCOTTISH NATIONALGALLERY OF MODERN ARTEDINBURGHAnother World: Dali, Magritte, Miro and theSurrealistsUntil 9 January 2011Details:0131 624 6200www.nationalgalleries.orgTHE SILK MILLDERBYRational Voices, Irrational DeedsGarden ofdelightsAbove:Construction for LostMine,Peter Lanyon, at TateSt IvesUntil 30 SeptemberThroughout Wisley's spectaculargrounds an eclectic mix of more than60 unique and striking sculptureexhibits by the Surrey SculptureSociety will be displayed, all of whichwill be available to buy. The Surrey Sculpture Society will beon hand throughout the event to helpwith any questions or sales enquiries. For young budding artists, there's alsoa children's activity card - a fun way toexplore the sculptures and spark theimagination. Visitors can also take advantage ofseeing both the Trail and the WisleyFlower Show on Friday 10 to Sunday12 September -visit Wisley's websitefor more information. RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, GU236QB, tel: 0845 260 9000. Gardens open at 10am (9am atweekends and bank holidays), lastentry at 5pm. RHS Members free, adults £9.50,children (6-16) £3. For more information  It might be in its 13thyear, but the SculptureTrail at RHS Wisley is asengaging as ever.Left: TheComfort ofLove, byErica Renelt,at the WisleySculptureTrail