The Royal Academy of Art: America After the Fall Exhibition
Join alumni and guests of UC Berkeley Haas and the Penn Club UK at the Royal Academy of Arts for a group tour in the Sackler Wing, Burlington House. After the exhibition, everyone will meet at the Keeper's House for refreshments and mingling
2.00pm: Group 1 meet host in RAA Lobby
2.30pm: Group 2 meet host in RAA Lobby
3.00pm: Meeting point at the Keeper's House for refreshments and conversation
Cost - £12pp (Click HERE to purchase tickets)
There are a limited number of tickets available for each entry time so please register early to avoid disappointment. Ticket prices include a printed gallery guide.
About 'America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s' exhibition:
The art of 1930s America tells the story of a nation in flux. Artists responded to rapid social change and economic anxiety with some of the 20th century’s most powerful art - brought together now in this once-in-a-generation show.
These 45 truly iconic works paint an electrifying portrait of this transformative period. These are works which have rarely been seen together, by artists ranging from Jackson Pollock, Georgia O’Keeffe and Edward Hopper to Thomas Hart Benton, Philip Guston and more. Perhaps the most celebrated work of them all, Grant Wood’s iconic American Gothic (1930), has never left North American shores before.
Learn More about the exhibit HERE