Exhibitions & Displays

Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway
Until 2 June
The first major show of work by Norwegian symbolist artist, Harald Sohlberg (1869 – 1935), outside of Norway. Arguably one of the greatest masters of landscape painting in the history of Norwegian art, Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway is timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Sohlberg’s birth.

And Then The World Changed Colour: Breathing Yellow
Until 2 June, part of Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway
Neudecker’s latest tank installation, Breathing Yellow, has been specially commissioned as part of Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway. A three-dimensional living landscape submerged underwater is inspired by the rich colour Sohlberg used in his paintings and the intense yellow light of the Mausoleum. It will continue to change and evolve at different times of the day, responding to the light conditions surrounding it.

Unlocking Paintings: The Art of Work
Until 28 April
Scenes of people at work became incredibly popular in the 17th century. This display offers a snapshot of working life, from fishing and farming to brickmaking and ironmongering.


A Few Good Men (1992)
11 February, bar opens at 7pm, screening at 7.30pm
£9; £7 Friends & concessions
This courtroom drama focuses on two US marines charged with the murder of a colleague, and their lawyers as they attempt to build their case for the defence.
Ticket includes a glass of wine, snacks and film notes.


Other Worlds
19-22 February, 2-4pm
£8 adults; children free
Drop into these artmaking workshops inspired by the underwater world in Mariele Neudecker’s mysterious tank, on display in the Gallery’s mausoleum as part of Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway. Suggested age: 4-12 years.

Little Landscapes
19 & 20 February,10am-12.30pm
£35 for the two days
Over two days, create your own little landscape of a place that is special to you. Learn how to set a scene, and create a detailed landscape through the use of collage and layering of materials. Suggested age: 6-9 years.

Texture Terrariums
21 & 22 February, 10am-12.30pm
£35 for the two days
Over two days, design and create flowers that can live forever! Taking inspiration from Mariele Neudecker’s tank and Sohlberg’s paintings, make your own terrarium using pressed leaves, paper and acetate. Suggested age: 10-12 years.

Art Sundays
3, 10, 17 & 24 February, 2-4pm
£3 per child; adults free
Sunday is art day! Join us every week to take part in our drop-in family workshops. Each week there will be something special for you to make and take home. Suggested age: 4-12yrs

Early Years

Mini Masterpieces
5 & 21 February, 10-11am & 11.30am-12.30pm
£12 per adult and child
Discover all of the different people, places and animals in the Gallery’s paintings in these interactive workshops. Each session begins with a journey through the Gallery, followed by an art-making activity.. This month’s theme is Transport. Suggested age: 6-24 months

Lectures & Talks

Contextual Lecture: The Kings and the Catholics
12 February, 11am
£12 adults; £10 Friends & concessions

Harald Sohlberg: Curators Introduction with Kathleen Soriano
14 February, 12.30pm
£12 adults; £10 Friends & concessions

Harald Sohlberg: British Sign Language Talk
21 February, 1pm
Contact our learning team to book: learning@dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

Contextual Lecture: A Warming Arctic
26 February, 10.30am
£12 adults; £10 Friends & concessions