Morgan Stanley Lates at Somerset House with The Courtauld

Taking place three times per year only – in April, June and October in 2022 – these special one-off nights out offer after-hours access and activities hosted by artists and curators, plus delicious food pop-ups and bars, and sunset DJ sets to see you through the evening.

The second Morgan Stanley Lates at Somerset House with The Courtauld event will take place on Wednesday 22 June, offering visitors the chance to see The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Edvard Munch. Masterpieces from Bergen, enjoy pop-up talks, and a range of other activity.

All courtyard activities will be free of charge to everyone, whilst after-hours exhibition entry will also be free to those aged 25 and under. Activities inside exhibitions will incur any applicable exhibition entry fees on the evening. 

There will be a range a range of activities across Somerset House on the evening. Guests can visit the Terrace Rooms exhibition Eternally Yours, a look at artists who embrace upcycling and repurposing, or who put care, repair and healing at the heart of their practice.

Also look out for free mending consultations from Lifestyle Partner TOAST, with creators discussing different repair techniques. You’ll be able to observe or take part in a live Time Lab workshop with artist Abigail Conway in the courtyard.

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6:00pm, 22 Jun 2022

18.00 - 22.00

Free for under 25s, booking required

Main Courtyard  Somerset House  The Courtauld Gallery  The Denise Coates Exhibition Galleries 

Lead partner

Edvard Munch. Masterpieces from Bergen

The Morgan Stanley Exhibition: Edvard Munch. Masterpieces from Bergen brings together some 18 paintings from KODE Bergen – the first time a comprehensive group of works from the collection has been seen outside Norway.

Find out more
Edvard Munch, (1863-1944), Melancholy, 1894-1896, KODE Art Museums, Bergen, Norway i Edvard Munch, (1863-1944), Melancholy, 1894-1896, KODE Art Museums, Bergen, Norway

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