The Permanent Collection on display in the John Madejski Fine Rooms
John Carter RA: Between Dimensions
2 October 2013 to 16 February 2014
Admission with a valid Royal Academy Exhibition ticket or £3 General Admission ticket. Friends visit free.Opening times
John Carter RA is one of Britain's most respected abstract sculptors. His art has been described as a dialogue between painting and sculpture. This retrospective exhibition focuses on Carter's use of drawing, and other works on paper, to develop ideas for his relief sculptures and constructions. >More...Free Gallery Tours
See highlights from the Royal Academy's collection, find out more about the history of the institution and explore its home, Burlington House, on a free guided tour of the John Madejski Fine Rooms.
Current displays include paintings from the 1950s to 1980s by Carel Weight, Frederick Gore, Ruskin Spear and Richard Eurich. There is also a chance to see W.P. Frith's Private View at the Royal Academy 1881 (on loan from the Pope Family Trust) alongside works by Lawrence Alma-Tadema, G.F. Watts and Briton Riviere. >More ...