Exhibitions Available to Visit…Online

Missing being able to pay a visit to a museum or art gallery? We have rounded up some of the exhibitions that you can discover from the comfort of your own home… An online guided tour of the National Gallery’s Artemisia exhibition: the National Gallery has made available its acclaimed exhibition looking at the work… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces Exhibition of Work by Nicolas Poussin

The National Gallery has announced details of a new upcoming exhibition titled Poussin and the Dance. This newly announced exhibition is set to go on display at the gallery from the 9th October until the 2nd January 2022 and will primarily focus on the artist’s pictures of dancers and revellers. Nicholas Poussin and his work… Read More

NEWS: Old Royal Naval College Announces 2021 Highlights

The venue has confirmed details of what visitors can expect when they are able to visit this year. The Old Royal Naval College have announced details of what visitors can expect once it is safe to reopen its doors the public once more. Following the success when it was displayed over the Summer last year,… Read More

REVIEW: Artemisia, National Gallery (Online)

With the doors to the National Gallery currently shut, the venue has made available an online tour of the exhibition. Even when experiencing this online version of the exhibition, the viewer can be mesmerised with the detail and style of the work of Artemisia Gentileschi – who was certainly an artist who was ahead of… Read More

PREVIEW: David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020, Royal Academy of Arts

The exhibition is set to open to the public in March 2021. David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020 will present a new body of work from the artist, created at his home in Normandy. Charting the progress of Spring and coinciding with he beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this will be the… Read More

NEWS: The Royal Academy to Celebrate Jock McFadyen’s 70th Birthday With Exhibition

Jock McFadyen RA: Tourist without a Guidebook will be on display at the Royal Academy of Arts from the 6th February.   To celebrate the artist’s birthday, the Royal Academy of Arts will celebrate by presenting a free display of his work, exploring McFadyen’s ongoing interest in the changing urban landscape, focusing on his pictures… Read More

Review Round Up: Bags: Inside Out, Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum’s new exhibition aims to capture our fascination with the accessory. Here’s what the critics have had to say about it… The Observer: ***** “In the past, I have sometimes criticised the V&A for the way its blockbuster fashion shows have a tendency to make visitors feel as if they’re in… Read More

REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature, Natural History Museum

The world of magical creatures and natural history collide to fascinating effect in the Natural History Museum’s ambitious exhibition. From unicorns and dragons to slightly more obscure creatures found in the world that J.K Rowling created for Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts such as Nifflers and Bowtruckles, this new fun and engaging exhibition reveals the… Read More

Review Round Up: Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul, Royal Academy of Arts

Find out what critics have had to say about this latest exhibition to open at the Royal Academy of Arts…. The Observer: **** “This exhibition is not comprehensive enough to be billed as a retrospective, but even so, everything that Emin has made and felt and suffered in the past is brought to full expression… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces New Display by Rosalind Nashashibi

It has been announced that a new display by Rosalind Nashashibi, the first Artist in Residence of the National Gallery will be able to view from the 3rd December 2020 to 21 February 2021. Featuring subjects from Shakespeare to Ingrid Bergman, the 2020 National Gallery Artist in Residence: Rosalind Nashashibi: An Overflow of Passion and Sentiment presents… Read More