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A new year brings a new calendar of exciting art exhibitions for artists to enjoy. Museums and galleries across the globe have been frantically working to bring us safe experiences to showcase brilliant pieces of artwork, with exhibitions of every artistic flavour. From Van Gogh to Bob Marley, there are plenty of famous names to get excited about in 2022. We’ve put together a guide to the most exciting art exhibitions for 2022 to fill your calendar with.

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

Where: 106 Commercial Street, London

Closing date: May 2022


If you are on social media, the chances are you have seen wonderful glimpses of the newly exhibited Van Gogh: Immersive Experience. Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 20,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. Take a physical step into his most famous paintings and encounter the brilliance of one of the world’s greatest artists. Extended through to May 2022, this exhibition is a 5-star hit and has encouraged people from across the globe to take a visit. This exhibition offers the perfect opportunity to experience ultimate artistic immersion.

Surrealism Beyond Borders

Where: Tate London Modern

Closing date: August 2022


Until August, the Tate is heading deep into surrealism, exploring the 20th Century’s most popular art movement. Subverting reality, this exhibition uncovers strange, dreamlike paintings, reaching across the world and past 50 years. The Surrealism Beyond Borders exhibition will lead you to question what surrealism really means, and how it has influenced a great deal of artwork in history. 

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms

Where: Tate Modern London

Closing date: September 2022


Find yourself lost in a world of reflections at Yayoi Kasuma’s Infinity Mirror Rooms, exclusively at the Tate Modern London. The impressive installation will give you a glimpse into the mind of the Japanese artist and will provide historical context on her life and work. Whatsmore, the exhibition offers plentiful photo opportunities, and will definitely leave feeling inspired.

Our Time on Earth

Where: The Curve, Barbican

Ending date: August 2022


Our Time on Earth looks to transform discussions around the climate change emergency, a conversation becoming increasingly relevant to our society. This is an exhibition of art, science, design and music, which takes visitors through a journey of immersive experiences and interactive instalments. This exhibition will leave you feeling empowered and will give you an immense sense of direction for the future of our climate.

One Love: Bob Marley

Where: Saatchi Gallery London

Ending date: April 2022


The Bob Marley One Love Experience is showcasing never seen before photographs and memorabilia, taking visitors through an unmissable journey through his life, passions and legacy. Complete with a Music Room, a One Love Forest and a Soul Shakedown Studio, this exhibition is a must-visit for any Bob Marley fan.

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