Five Exhibitions to Inspire Creativity

It’s the perfect time of year to get out and see more art with a National Art Pass. Discover these must-see exhibitions with 50% off entry and help fuel creativity in your business.
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Louise Dahl-Wolf: A Style of Her Own, Fashion and Textile Museum, London Until 21 January 2018
The first UK retrospective of pioneering fashion photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe, who helped define the image of the modern American woman.
  • £4.95 with National Art Pass (standard entry £9.90)


Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception, The Holbourne Museum, Bath Until 21 January 2018
From the Impressionists to contemporary names like Daniel Buren and Lothar Götz, this mind-bending survey explores the work of those fascinated by optical illusions, tricks and stimuli.
  • £5 with National Art Pass (standard entry £10)


Opera: Passion, Power and Politics, V&A, London Until 25 February 2018
Told through the lens of seven premieres in seven European cities, this immersive exhibition takes you on a journey through nearly 400 years, culminating in the international explosion of opera in the 20th and 21st centuries.
  • £9.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £19)


Beazley Design of the Year, Design Museum, London Until 28 January 2018
From smartphone games to ink made from air pollution to drones used for search and rescue, discover the most exciting designs from across the world in the Awards’ tenth anniversary year.
  • £4.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £9)


Paula Rego: The Boy Who Loved the sea and Other Stories, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings Until 7 January 2018
Mermaids, rowers and figures adrift: all are familiar in the work of Paula Rego. Now, the celebrated artist turns her attentions to The Boy Who Loved the Sea. This traditional Portuguese folk tale has inspired Rego to produce a new body of work, encompassing drawing, painting and sculpture .
  • £4.50 with National Art Pass (standard entry £9)
'This benefit encourages me and family to visit places we would not normally go to. It is a pleasure to enjoy and support the arts in the UK. Wins all round.' Find out more

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Image Credits from the top: Twins at the Beach, Nassau, 1949. Photograph by Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Collection Staley Wise Gallery © 1989 Center for Creative Photography, Arizona Board of Regents; Lothar Götz, Vision of a Corner, Marta Herford, 2013, Photo by Hans Schroede; Eva Gonzalès, Musée d'Orsay, c1874 © Musee d'Orsay, Paris; Me & EU, Design Museum; Paula Rego, The Sky was Blue the Sea was Blue and the Boy was Blue, 2017 © Paula Rego. Courtesy Marlborough Fine Art.