Art as a Political Tool: Threat or Benefit? A panel discussion
Ben Uri looks into the role of art as a political tool at Yalta 1945 with our new Talking Art panel discussion. Featuring speakers Sima Toropov-Vassilieva, Dr Nicky Kozicharow and James Butterwick.
6.30-8.30pm, Thursday 1 December. Book Now
Yalta Photography Competition
See your photograph exhibited at the Ben Uri Gallery and win a free photography course worth £285 courtesy of The Mango Lab. Learn more.
Life Drawing classes for 2017
Our popular life drawing classes start again on Wednesday 11th January 2017 at 6.30pm.
Set within the intimate setting of the Ben Uri Gallery & Museum, beginners and experienced artists alike are welcome.
Participants will enjoy a private, after hours viewing of our current exhibition and expert tuition from an experienced tutor. Easels and art materials are all provided.
Places are strictly limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. A single class is £17, for students or those receiving benefits a concessionary ticket of £15 per class is available.
To book please go to our Eventbrite page.
Discounts are available if you book a block of 6 sessions: £96 full price, £84 concessionary rate – please call the gallery to make your booking: 0207 604 3991.
By Vitaly Komar (b 1943 Moscow) and Alexander Melamid (b 1945 Moscow); Installation of 31 panels; 1986-87.
Opening 16th September (until end of December)
Ben Uri is honoured to launch the world tour of this seminal monumental installation of Yalta 1945 from 1986-87 and not presented in public since its display at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York in 1990. Learn more.