Autumn is upon us. Here's our round up of the best art exhibitions in the UK, as well as a new online class recommendation to boost your own creativity.
ANISH KAPOOR AT HOUGHTON HALL
One of the most influential sculptors still working today and well known for his adventurous take on modern sculpture. Featuring 24 sculpture and numerous other works by the artist, this exhibition is set across the beautiful grounds and within the house itself.
From now until 1st November, Houghton Hall, Norfolk, PE31 6TY | houghtonhall.com
ANDY WARHOL AT THE TATE MODERN
Iconic and instantly recognisable the Tate Modern has extended its retrospective Warhol exhibition till mid November. The exhibition features iconic pop works such as Marilyn Monroe and Campbell's soup cans as well as works never before seen in the UK. Alternatively, the Tate has also published online an exhibition guide for you to enjoy from the comfort of your home.
From now until 15th November, Tate Modern, Bankside, London, SE1 9TG | tate.org.uk
BREATH IS INVISIBLE
A public art project in Notting Hill acknowledging the ability of art to say things we cannot express with words, addressing issues of inequality and injustice. The third instalment, opening on the 15th September, is featuring works from photographer and artist Joy Gregory, who will be exploring the narrative and origins of plants and their relationships with humans and ecology.
From now until 16th October, 236 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RH | breathisinvisable.com
There is said to be a link between creativity and exercise. We recommend trying out Heartcore's newest online class 'The Heartcore Class' hosted by founder Jess Schuring. It's a great way to get your body moving, build your inner strength and get your creative thinking flowing.
Various dates and times available to book online | heartcore.co.uk