Touring Exhibitions

Current touring exhibitions

Ben Uri’s mission is to explore the work of artists of Jewish descent and reach the widest possible audience. Our touring exhibitions help us to fulfill that remit. The current touring exhibitions listed here include a brief overview of the exhibition including details on size and availability.

For further information on our exhibitions, please contact us.

Forced Journeys On Tour

Artists in Exile in Britain c. 1933-45.

Touring: Ambiguous Realities, Colour Photographs by Dorothy Bohm

Exhibition of photographs by Dorothy Bohm.

Touring: Apocalypse

Unveiling a lost masterpiece by Marc Chagall.

Touring: Auktion 392

Reclaiming the Galerie Stern, Dusseldorf.

Touring: The Land of Light and Promise

50 Years Painting Jerusalem and Be

yond, focusing on the work of Ludwig Blum (1891-1974).

Whitechapel At War

Isaac Rosenberg and his Circle.

Art Identity Migration

Our collection and work focus on the universal themes of art, identity and migration.

We actively work with and engage audiences from every community – both young and old – in our exploration of contemporary issues through art and social history.

For instance, our major outreach project for schools, Art in the Open, is designed to bring some of the powerful works in the Ben Uri Collection ‘out in the open’. We also offer learning programmes for adults and community-based projects. Find out more in our Learning section.