b'| CULT URE | ExhibitionsSteve McQueen and his project Year 3,Steve McQueen & Tate Courtesy DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY SOUTHBANK CENTREGALLERY ROAD, SE21 7AD BLEVEDERE ROADRembrandts LightHAYWARD GALLERYTo 2 FebruaryBridget RileyExperience a cinematic retelling of the Dutch MastersTo 26 Januarypivotal years. An enduring storyteller; a master of light Tracing both the origins and the evolving nature of Rileys Rembrandt is one of the greatest painters who ever lived.innovative practice, the exhibition brings together the artists This landmark exhibition celebrates 350 years since hisiconic black-and-white paintings of the 1960s, expansive death with 35 of his iconic paintings, etchings and drawings,canvases in colour, early figurative works and recent wall including major international loans from The Louvre andpaintings.Amsterdams Rijksmuseum.SOUTH LONDON GALLERYUnlocking Paintings: Artists in Amsterdam 6567 PECKHAM ROAD, SE5 8UHTo 12 JanuaryDuring the 17th century, Amsterdam became a newBloomberg New Contemporaries 2019 economic superpower in Europe, providing a wealth ofTo 23 February opportunities for young painters to make their mark. ThisBloomberg New Contemporaries returns to the South London display explores the personal stories of key artists from ourGallery with an exhibition of works by 45 emerging artists Collection; including works by Meindert Hobbema, Jacobpresented across both the Main Gallery and Fire Station. A guest van Ruisdael and Willem van de Velde II. Explores talespanel comprising artists Rana Begum, Sonia Boyce and Ben of invention, ingenuity, fortune and loss, all against theRivers selected participants from over 1,500 applications to the backdrop of an ambitious, fast-moving city.annual open-submission exhibition.BUSINESS DESIGN CENTRE TATE BRITAIN52 UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON, N1 0QHMILLBANK, W1P 4RGLONDON ART FAIR John Opie22 To 26 January To 23 FebruaryLondon Art Fair returns to the UK capital to open theAgainst the odds, working-class Cornish painter John Opie international art calendar. The Fair connects seasoned and(17611807) became one of the most celebrated artists in late aspiring collectors with the best galleries from around theeighteenth-century London. Opie was born at St Agnes, near world, providing an opportunity to discover exceptionalTruro in Cornwall, the son of a mine carpenter. Although he did modern and contemporary art. In addition to over 100attend school, he was probably largely self-educated. A wealthy exhibiting galleries, the Fair features acclaimed curatedlocal couple later reported that he visited the library in their spaces too.Tickets 22, 17 in advance house and read every book in it. But Opies father opposed his intellectual and artistic interests, and trained him as a carpenter.24THE RIVER MAGAZINE|Winter 2019'