United in Vision: Four distinct Devon-based artists bonded, not stylistically, or in scale, but rather by a strong belief in and passion for their work with the desire to reach a broader audience. Oxmarket Galleries, Chichester, West Sussex. 5th April-10th April. 07765 868781.
The Glasgow Boys 1880-1900 at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow from 9th Apr-27 Sep. 0141 276 9599
Tania Still “Drawing Covert” at The Gallery in Cork Street, London 8-17 April. www.alexandermeddowes.com
The Lives of Spaces – 9 short films of 9 buildings that offer a spatial portrait of Irish society. At Gallery 1, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1 from 9-28 April. 020 7580 5533
The Heart of Great Alone: Scott, Shackleton and Antarctic Photography. Closing on 11 April 2010. The Royal collection, York House, St James Palace, London SW1A 1BQ. This exhibition of remarkable Antarctic photography marks the 100th anniversary of Captain Scott’s ill-fated journey to the South Pole.
0131 556 5100. www.royalcollection.org.uk.
Sargent, Sickert, Spencer. Hidden Depths. Three of the most innovative painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Closing on 5th April 2010. Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, Cambridge. 01223 332900.
Revolution on Paper: Mexican Prints 1910 – 1960. The exhibition will be the first in Europe focusing on the great age of Mexican printmaking in the first half of the twentieth century. Closing on 5th April 2010. The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG. www.britishmuseum.org.
United in Vision: Four distinct Devon-based artists bonded, not stylistically, or in scale, but rather by a strong belief in and passion for their work with the desire to reach a broader audience. Oxmarket Galleries, Chichester, West Sussex. Closing on 10th April. 07765 868781.
Ørnulf Opdahl, Mood Paintings of the North. One of Norway’s most distinguished landscape painters, Opdahl’s mood paintings of the North, with their colours like dying embers of a fire, often have a sense of imminence. However, his potentially menacing landscapes can also resemble paradise on earth, of winter nights emanating light, of skies irradiated by stars; a cosmic reminder of infinity and an intimation of mortality. Closing on 9th April. At University Gallery and Baring Wing, Northumbria University, Sandyford Road, Newcastle. 0191 227 4424
Tessa Newcomb – recent works at Crane Kalman Gallery, 178 Brompton Road, London SW3 until Apr 10. 020 7584 7566
Paintings by Jeremy Barlow at Llewellyn Alexander, 124-6 The Cut, Waterloo, London SE1 8LN from 18 Mar-10 Apr. 020 7620 1322
Jock McFadyen – “The Landscape with its Clothes on” at Clifford Chance, 30 Floor Gallery, 10 Upper Bank Street, London E14 in association with the Grey Gallery until 14 April.
To the Sea – works by the West Cornwall artist Neil Canning at Lemon Street Gallery, 13 Lemon Street, Truro TR1 2LS until 10 April.