PREVIEW: Elvis on Tour, The O2

Following the success of the 2014/2015 Elvis at The O2 exhibition, The O2 has confirmed that the King will return to the venue in a brand new exhibition from the 3rd November.  This brand new exhibition, arriving in time to mark the 40th anniversary of the singer’s death, will concentrate on the period of 1969 – 1977,… Read More

PREVIEW: Red Star Over Russia: A Revolution in Visual Culture 1905-55, Tate Modern

Tate Modern will mark the centenary of  the October Revolution this Autumn with its upcoming exhibition.  Drawing upon the extensive collection of David King, Red Star Over Russia will offer visitors a visual history of Russia and the Soviet Union, covering the period from 1905-1955. Covering from the overthrow of the last Tsar and the revolutionary uprisings… Read More

PREVIEW: Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia, British Museum

The British Museum will shed light on an ancient culture that remained undiscovered for thousands of years…. Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia will explore the history of the powerful nomadic tribes who thrived in a vast landscape stretching from southern Russia to China and the northern Black Sea. Known to be exceptional horsemen and warriors, the… Read More

PREVIEW: Earth Wind & Fire, Griffin Gallery

The next exhibition to be displayed at the London gallery will focus on the work of  six indigenous contemporary Australian artists alongside the work of Contemporary British artists.  On display from the 7th September, the exhibition will celebrate contemporary Australian Indigenous art as well as Western European contemporary art, presenting six esteemed Australian Indigenous artists alongside seven… Read More

Review Round Up: Matisse in the Studio, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts are shining a light on Henri Matisse and his studio, revealing how his personal collection of works provided inspiration on his own work. Here’s what critics have been saying about the exhibition:  The Moorish Screen, 1921, Henri Matisse, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Bequest of Lisa Norris Elkins, 1950. Photo (c)… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announces Retrospective of David Milne in 2018

The Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced it will be presenting a major exhibiton devoted to the work of the Canadian Artist to be displayed from the 14th February 2018.  This first major UK exhibition of David Milne’s work will concentrate on the career that spanned the first half of the 20th century, featuring over ninety works in… Read More

PREVIEW: Imagination Against Reality, Proud Galleries

From the 29th to the 30th September, Proud Galleries will display an exhibition devoted to contemporary Pop Art – including an exclusive series of graphic collages by former Rock ‘n’ Roll musician and DJ William Blanchard.  Known for creating works which are engaging, William Blanchard draws on the sporadic nature of graffiti, urban life, rock music and… Read More

NEWS: Julian Opie Unveils New Works to be Displayed Alongside Van Dyke’s Self-Portrait

Artist Julian Opie will present new work to be displayed alongside the National Portrait Gallery’s self-portrait of Sir Anthony van Dyck , which will be on display from the 6th October.  Sir Anthony van Dyck’s self-portrait, which was acquired by the gallery in 2014, returns to the National Portrait Gallery following a three year national… Read More

NEWS: V&A Announce Relics recovered from the Titanic and Lusitania to Feature in Ocean Liners: Speed & Style

The Victoria and Albert Museum has announced that relics recovered from the Titanic and Lusitania will feature in its upcoming exhibition Ocean Liners: Speed & Style.  Opening at the museum from the 3rd February 2018, Ocean Liners: Speed & Style will be the first exhibition to  explore the design and cultural impact of the ocean… Read More

PREVIEW: Reflections: Van Eyke and the Pre-Raphaelites, National Gallery

From the 2nd October, the National Gallery will present an exhibition that examines how Van Eyke’s Arnolfini Portrait helped to shape the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’s work.  Having been acquired by the National Gallery in 1842, Van Eyke’s Arnolfini Portrait will be exhibited as part of a brand new exhibition at the gallery to explore the way in which young… Read More