Ruby Loftus Screwing a Breech-Ring,1943, Oil on canvas, IWM, Photo courtesy IWM © Crown Copyright. IWM. All Rights Reserved
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© Rob Harris
© Rob Harris
16 November-20 February
This major exhibition celebrates one of the most popular English artists of the twentieth century, a pioneering painter of performers, war and marginalised communities with a long and successful career that saw her break conventions and achieve many first for female artists.
Laura Knight: A Panoramic View presents an in-depth look at Knight’s career, bringing together over 160 works from public and private collections, including iconic works and rarely seen paintings and graphic works as well as designs for ceramics, jewellery and costume.
This highly anticipated exhibition surveys Knight’s career spanning almost a century – from her fascination with the backstage world of ballet and theatre and portraits of people’s every day lives, to depictions of marginalised communities and racial segregation in America. Powerful commissions created as an official war artists during the Second World War will also be on display.
A rare opportunity to see the largest exhibition of Dame Laura Knight in over 50 years at MK Gallery.
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Hand sanitisers are placed throughout the building for your use, and enhanced cleaning will also be taking place.
Milton Keynes Residents
Free entry to exhibitions every Tuesday for MK residents. Simply select the MK Residents ticket type at check out and this will be discounted if you are logged into your account and hold an MK postcode.
Free volunteer-led guided tours take place every Tuesday and Saturday at 2pm (free with exhibition ticket).Artist-Led BSL Exhibition Tour Artist-Led Sensory Exhibition Tours Audio Described Exhibition Tour Relaxed Viewing