H&A readers can have a sneak preview of the V&A's blockbuster exhibition: 'The Cult of Beauty'
This spring's blockbuster exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London is 'The Cult of Beauty: The Aesthetic Movement 1860-1900', which explores the revolution in architecture and interior decoration during the second half of the 19th century led by personalities such as William Morris and Frederic Leighton. Many of the greatest artworks of the era will be on display alongside sculpture, design, furniture and literature.
Excitingly, we have 100 tickets to the preview day on 1st April, so you can see the show before it opens to the general public from 2nd April-17th July. Tickets cost just £15 and include a talk by charismatic curator Stephen Calloway (2pm-3.30pm).
To book, call 020 7942 2277 and quote 'H&A offer'. For more on William Morris and the aesthetic movement, see the May issue.