Peter Blake At 80 | Free exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall

Peter Blake At 80 | Free exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall

Peter Blake At 80 | Tuesday 19 June – Sunday 8 July | Ground Floor Corridor, Royal Albert Hall | Free

Check it out either at a performance or on an Open Day – these are:

Saturday 23 June, 9am – 12noon | Sunday 24 June, 9am – 12noon | Saturday 30 June, 10am – 3pm | Sunday 1 July, 10am – 3pm

We are very excited to hear the news that world-renowned artist and creator of iconic album covers, Peter Blake is to showcase his retrospective at UK charity and iconic venue.

Famous for many iconic images from music history Peter Blake at 80 will celebrate the artist’s 80th birthday with a bang! This will include album covers from British legends such as The Beatles, Oasis and The Who, alongside other Blake works, which reflect a fascination with all streams of popular culture and the beauty to be found in everyday objects and surroundings.

As part of the exhibition, the Hall will also welcome the CCA Art Bus.  A mobile work of art by Sir Peter Blake, it is designed in a pop art style that serves as a mobile art gallery.  The bus will be parked on the South Steps of the Royal Albert Hall on the exhibition’s open days, as well as on Wednesday 20 June for an open day ‘taster’ from 10am-5pm.

Sir Peter Blake comments:

I am delighted to be hosting this exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall in celebration of my 80th birthday. Having worked on the artwork for some of the most talented musicians during my career it now seems only fitting that this milestone exhibition is being held at the one of the world’s greatest music venues. I hope people enjoy this print retrospective as much as I have

The Royal Albert Hall reflect series is one of the many initiatives highlighting the iconic venue’s public benefit as a charity providing accessibility to the arts and sciences.

 

 

Rupert Dannreuther

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