Tate's Sickert exhibition supported by Piano Nobile


Tate Britain's forthcoming retrospective of Walter Sickert will be supported by Piano Nobile. Running from April to September, the exhibition will be the first large-scale retrospective of Sickert's work since the Royal Academy's exhibition in 1992. It follows Piano Nobile's own critically acclaimed exhibition, Sickert: The Theatre of Life, which was curated with Richard Shone and finished in December 2021. As well as supporting Tate Britain, Piano Nobile has also helped to organise a number of loans to the exhibition.


After it closes in September, the exhibition will travel to the Petit Palais in Paris. It will be the first large-scale display of Sickert's work in the French capital since his lifetime. The Petit Palais's former director, Delphine Lévy, who died unexpectedly in 2020, was a key instigator behind the organisation of the exhibition. Piano Nobile's publication Sickert: The Theatre of Life was dedicated to her memory.

April 5, 2022
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