PREVIEW: Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, Victoria and Albert Museum

On display from the 23rd November, the Victoria and Albert Museum will explore how cars have helped to shape the world in which we live. Bringing together a number of cars which have never been displayed in the UK before Cars: Accelerating the Modern World will reveal the stories behind each car and the impact… Read More

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PREVIEW: Spaziale! , Opera Gallery

The London gallery will present a new exhibition focused on the art movement of Spatialism. On display from the 17th to the 29th May, the new exhibition will bring together the work of the most celebrated Italian artists of the 20th century, including Lucio Fontana, Turi Simeti, Agostino Bonalumi and Enrico Castellani. Organised in partnership with the Italian Embassy… Read More

PREVIEW: William Blake: The Artist, Tate Britain

On display from the 11th September, Tate Britain’s exhibition will focus on revealing the artist behind the poet. Tate Britain will present a large survey of work by William Blake, bringing together some of his most iconic images that has inspired artists, musicians, writers and performers for over two centuries. This new exhibition celebrating the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 14th April

Here’s a few reads that have been really popular on Love London Love Culture this week…. Interview with Laura Harling: we chatted to the Artistic Director about the company’s latest production One Hundred Trillion being performed at the Old Vic workrooms from the 7th to the 11th May. Five Minutes with Olivia Rose Smith: the… Read More

Review Round Up: Mary Quant, Victoria and Albert Museum

The V&A’s latest fashion exhibition explores how the designer transformed the British high street. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. The Independent: **** “Seeing such a vast array of Quant’s clothes in one space really highlights the impact of her zeitgeist-defining clothes. Beyond the miniskirt, she was a designer breaking boundaries for the… Read More

Seven Things to Do in Leicester Square at Easter

Looking for a few things to do in and around Leicester Square this Easter? Here are a few things you can do… Where is Peter Rabbit?, Theatre Royal Haymarket: if you have little ones why not hop along the Theatre Royal Haymarket to immerse yourself in the world of Beatrix Potter on stage until the… Read More

REVIEW: Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition is a thought provoking display that reveals there is much more to Edvard Munch’s work than The Scream. When we think of Edvard Munch there is a tendency to simply associate his most famous work ‘The Scream’ with him – but as this captivating new exhibition at the British Museum… Read More

REVIEW: Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now, Gagosian Gallery

Using Rembrant’s Self-Portrait with Two Circles as a starting point, the Gagosian Gallery explores how the art of self-portraits has developed over the centuries. On loan from Kenwood, Rembrandt’s Self Portrait with Two Circles forms the centre of this interesting examination of the directions that self-portraiture has taken in the last century. Featuring works by… Read More

Review Round Up: Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the British Museum’s major exhibition of the artist’s prints. Londonist: **** “Unsurprisingly given his tumultuous life, Munch’s works are raw, lonely, sad and often disturbing — but that’s what makes them so evocative and gives them a magnetic hold over us.” The Guardian: ***** “Munch’s art… Read More

PREVIEW: Antony Gormley, Royal Academy of Arts

On display from the 21st September, the Royal Academy of Arts will present an exhibition dedicated to the work of the British sculptor. The new exhibition will bring together both existing and especially conceived new works for the occasion, from drawings and sculptures to experiential environments, that will be displayed in the RA’s Main Galleries… Read More