Rarely Seen Photographs by Ringo Starr Go on Display at National Portrait Gallery

A new display of photographs by Ringo Starr are to go on display at the National Portrait Gallery it has been announced today. Coinciding with the release of the book Photograph by Ringo Starr on the 21st September, this display will open his personal archives to gallery visitors for the very first time. The display is open… Read More

Book Review: Northanger Abbey by Val McDermid

This re imagining of one of Jane Austen’s lesser remembered novels by one of the best known crime novelists is part of the The Austen project and certainly adds perhaps more detail and depth to the story than perhaps the original has. In contrast to Austen’s original book which was set in Bath, McDermid sets the… Read More

REVIEW: Barbara Hepworth- Sculpture for a Modern World @Tate Britain

When you think of sculpture there are two names that automatically spring to mind: Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. This exhibition at Tate Britain showcases some of the very best of Hepworth’s work, tracing her career from the very beginning. Hepworth originally emerged as part of the new generation of sculptors in the late 1920’s,… Read More

REVIEW: Designers in Residence @Design Museum

Forming a key part of the Design Museum’s programme every year, the Designers in Residence exhibition once again shows the range of ideas that can spring from different designers on one topic. This year’s topic is ‘Migration’ and that not only fits around what is happening across Europe at the moment but it also offers… Read More