The BP Portrait Award 2015 exhibition showcases fifty-five of the very best contemporary painted portraits from around the world, including the winner of the £30,000 first prize, Annabelle and Guy by Matan Ben-Cnaan.
From expressive sketches to piercing photo-realism, the variety and vitality in the exhibition continues to make it an unmissable highlight of the annual art calendar.
A range of free events inspired by the BP Portrait Award give young people aged 14-19 the opportunity to get creative with portraiture this summer.
Join the Young People's Private View on Tuesday 4 August between 18.30 - 20.30 for an exclusive opportunity to enjoy the exhibition after-hours with drawing, talks, refreshments, music and much more. Open to 14-19-year-olds, booking essential on a first-come, first-served basis. RSVP to email@example.com with your full name, age and address.
Explore this year’s exhibition with our free Family Trail and labels featuring Nadim, Jaz, Ru and Lucy specially created by illustrator Yasmeen Ismail. Look out for In the Frame! workshops and drop-in summer activities every weekday from Monday 27 July to Friday 7 August.
Audrey Hepburn was one of the world’s most glamorous, recognisable and photographed stars. From her early career as a chorus girl in London’s West End through to her Hollywood heyday and philanthropic work in her later years, Hepburn’s life as a twentieth-century icon is beautifully illustrated in this must-see exhibition.
With support from the Bernard Lee Schwartz Foundation and the Audrey Hepburn Exhibition Supporters Group
Organised with support from the Audrey Hepburn Estate / Luca Dotti & Sean Hepburn Ferrer
Audrey Hepburn Film Season
In celebration of the Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon exhibition enjoy a film season featuring some of the star’s standout performances including Roman Holiday and Funny Face. Tickets are available for the first part of the film season and more screenings will be announced next month.
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