Art exhibitions not to miss this month

London is a mecca for artists and art lovers from all over the world, so it should come as no surprise that there’s always something going on to excite and engage anyone with a passion for all things artistic.

And this winter is no exception, with several art exhibitions taking place all over the city.

Here’s our selection of art exhibitions that you won’t want to miss this month when you stay at the Chilworth hotel.

Czech Centre Gallery

This month, the Czech Embassy is opening its doors to the art world and is playing host to a collection of Czech and British artists work.

The Embassy itself is a beautiful building, and now it’s been opened up to members of the public, you’ll be afforded a rare chance to view some of the work of up and coming artists in a special event that celebrates paintings, fashion and design in one eclectic art exhibition.

Reaching the Czech Embassy from our accommodation in Paddington London is easy as it’s just a short Tube ride to Notting Hill Station which takes around ten minutes.

Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts Graphic Art at House of MinaLima

One for the whole family, the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts Graphic Art exhibition pulls together the fantastical artwork created by Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, the designers behind the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film.

There’s also a range of props from the movie that have been loaned by Warner Brothers especially for the exhibition, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Tucked away in a quiet corner on London’s West End, you can reach the House of MinaLima from the Chilworth hotel in just twenty minutes, so it’s just a short Tube ride from our accommodation in Paddington London.

Turner Prize 2018 at Tate Britain

What could be better than a visit to a prestigious contemporary art competition at the Turner Prize exhibition at Tate Britain during your visit to London?

Experience the work of the four nominees Forensic Architecture, Naeem Mohaiemen, Charlotte Prodger and Luke Willis Thompson at this world-famous visual arts exhibition and decide who you think should take home the coveted prize.

During your visit, you can also enjoy some of the other permanent displays of art that celebrate the newest and most talked about artists of the modern age in an exceptional venue.

To get there from the Chilworth hotel, you can either take the Tube or for something a little different you can travel in style on the Tate to Tate clipper on the River Thames.

This boat service is dedicated to connecting the Tate Modern and Tate Britain venues.  You’ll set off from the Bankside Pier and can enjoy the waterside scenery as you travel up the river to your final destination.

You’ll love the interior of the clipper too as it has been created with several works of art of its own, so it’s a great experience for anyone who appreciates art in all its forms.