Last week, first year students spent the day in London visiting two leading art institutions. First stop was the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly to explore the highly anticipated Abstract Expressionism exhibition. Artworks from leading exponents of the movement from Pollock and Rothko, to de Kooning and Kline encapsulated the creative energy of 1950s New York. A guided tour by one of the Academy's Art Educators buy clonazepam online usa gave valuable insight and context to the works.
After lunch, a visit to The Photographers' Gallery provided a snapshot of the feminist avant-garde work of the 1970s. Over the course of the day, students were able to gather vital research that will enrich their A-Level creative projects.