For anyone missing day trips to galleries and wandering around exhibitions, there are some great virtual tours and guides online to help you get that culuture fix.
Ok, it's not quite the same thrill as seeing the work in person, nor do you have the delight of tea and cake in the cafe at the end, but there's something rather lovely about sitting with a cuppa (and cake) in the comfort of your own home whilst taking a virtual tour (they also have webshops if you miss the exit through the gift shop).
Here are four of my favourites available now;
Andy Warhol, Tate Modern, London
It's been almost 20 years since the last Andy Warhol retrospective at Tate Modern, so don't miss the opportunity to see some of his iconic, pop art alongside rarely seen works from his Ladies and Gentlemen' series.
Sophie Taeber-Arp, MOMA, NY
“a central figure in many of the most important avant-garde movements of the first half of the twentieth-century”
Enjoy the work of artist, sculptor, dancer, teacher, writer, interior and textile designer, Sophie Taeber-Arp including her wonderful Dada heads.
Margaret Calvert: Women at Work, Design Museum, London
Celebrating the launch of Network Rail's new custom typeface, Rail Alphabet 2 created by Margaret Calvert, this exhibition also looks at Calvert's other work including the UK's renowned road-signing system which she co-designed.
Museo Frida Kahlo, Mexico City
Take a stroll around the brightly coloured home of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo – ‘La Casa Azul’ (The Blue House) in Mexico City. The birthplace and home of the artist for many years is now a museum of her life and work.
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