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Allen Jones RA:<EM>Body Armour</EM>, 2013.
Allen Jones RA:Body Armour, 2013.
Allen Jones RA
LONDON, ENGLAND  •  Royal Academy of Arts  •  13 November 2014 - 25 January 2015

The Royal Academy of Arts is presenting the first major exhibition of Allen Jonesí work in the UK since 1995, one of Britain's most influential and celebrated living Pop artists. Allen Jones RA spans the artistís entire career from the 1960s to the present. Comprising over 80 works, the exhibition features examples of Jonesí paintings and sculpture, including the iconic furniture works from the late 60s, and new works created especially for this exhibition.

The exhibition places a focus on Jonesí sculptural depictions of the female figure, featuring perhaps his most famous and controversial works Hat Stand (1969), Table (1969) and Chair (1969), but also more recent examples, such as Refrigerator (2002) and Light (2002). As a retrospective survey, Allen Jones RA traces Jonesí development as an artist. The selection of paintings explores how the early influences of European painting traditions, seen in Bikini Baby (1962) and Hermaphrodite (1963), gave way to the influence of Abstract Expressionism. Jones made frequent and prolonged visits to America where he came to admire the pictorial innovations of his contemporaries Roy Lichtenstein and Tom Wesselmann in New York, and Ed Ruscha and Mel Ramos on the West Coast, with this inspiration clearly visible in First Step (1966).

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Giovanni Battista Moroni: <EM>Prospero Alessandri</EM>, c. 1560Oil on canvas. 105 x 83 cm.Liechtenstein The Princely Collections, Vaduz-ViennaPhoto © LiechtensteinThe Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna
Giovanni Battista Moroni: Prospero Alessandri, c. 1560
Oil on canvas. 105 x 83 cm.
Liechtenstein The Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna
Photo © Liechtenstein
The Princely Collections, Vaduz-Vienna
Giovanni Battista Moroni
LONDON, ENGLAND  •  Royal Academy of Arts  •  25 October 2014 - 25 January 2015

Giovanni Battista Moroni was one of the greatest portraitists of 16th-century Italy. Famed for his gift for capturing the exact likeness of his sitters, he created portraits that are as penetrating and powerful now as they were more than 400 years ago.

Moroniís portraits depict the people of the world and time in which he lived, from elegant men and women of high society shown in glittering dress to members of the middle class engaged in their trade. One such work is The Tailor, as highly praised in its time as it is now. What all of his works share is a startling naturalism and vitality, rarely matched by other artists of the period and anticipating the realistic style of Caravaggio and, later, Manet.

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Contact: Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J 0BD
Tel: (44) 020 7300 80 0

Events in Pop Culture and Cinema

<P>Carly Bawden as Squeaky Frommein <EM>Assassins</EM></P> • <P>&nbsp;</P>

Carly Bawden as Squeaky Fromme
in Assassins


Assassins: by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman
LONDON, ENGLAND  •  Menier Chocolate Factory  •  21 November 2014 - 7 March 2015

Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman: Assassins
Directed by Jamie Lloyd

In this musical, thirteen people have tried to kill the president of the United States. Four have succeeded. These murderers and would-be murderers are generally dismissed as maniacs and misfits who have little in common with each other, and nothing in common with the rest of us.

Assassins suggests otherwise...


Carly Bawden as Squeaky Fromme
Stewart Clarke as Giuseppe Zangara
Simon Lipkin as The Proprietor
Mike McShane as Samuel Byck
Harry Morrison as John Hinckley
Andy Nyman as Charles Guiteau
Jamie Parker as the Balladeer and Lee Harvey Oswald
David Roberts as Czolgosz
Melle Stewart as Emma Goldman
Catherine Tate as Sara Jane Moore
Aaron Tveit as John Wilkes Booth,
Marc Akinfolarin , Adam Bayjou , Greg Miller Burns and Aoife Nally as Bystanders

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Detailed schedule information:
8:00 pm


Menier Chocolate Factory
53 Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU

Tel: (44) 20 7378 1713

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