Hear from Turner prize nominee and artist Yinka Shonibare MBE in the King’s State Apartments at Kensington Palace as he discusses his new work, Mrs Pinckney and the Emancipated birds of South Carolina. Find out more about his work as an exploration of race, class and the meaning of cultural and national definitions. This event will be in conversation with Glenn Adamson (Museum of Arts and Design in NYC and London’s Victoria & Albert museum).
Come to Kensington Palace to explore the lives of three German princesses, whose marriage into the British royal family and wide-ranging interests placed them at the very heart of the enlightenment underway in 18th century Britain.
22 June - 12 November 2017
Marvel at Sir Peter Paul Rubens' masterpiece in its original setting. Rubens' ceiling canvases are the crowning glory of Inigo Jone's Banqueting House.