Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 2nd December 2018

Here’s a few things that Love London Love Culture has been talking about this week…. 1. Buttons: A Cinderella Story, King’s Head Theatre: the Charles Court Opera company return to the King’s Head Theatre with a brand new retelling of Cinderella. Once again, the company take a traditional story and turn it on its head. Find… Read More

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PREVIEW: Room to Breathe, Migration Museum

The Migration Museum’s immersive exhibition invites visitors to discover personal stories from generations of new arrivals to Britain.  Room to Breathe is a brand new immersive exhibition which invite visitors into the personal and communal spaces created by people starting new lives in Britain. Throughout the experience, visitors can journey through a series of rooms –… Read More

REVIEW: Marvel Avengers Station,ExCeL London

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon headed to ExCel London to find out more about the world and characters of the Avengers.  I have to confess something. I have not actually watched a single Avengers film – no not even Iron Man, so this new exhibition and immersive experience exploring this super hero world was… Read More

REVIEW:Body Worlds, London Pavilion

Engaging and fascinating, Gunther von Hagens’ Body Worlds leaves you with a deeper understanding and appreciation for our bodies.  I will be one of the first to admit that the idea of viewing real life human bodies in an exhibition was as intriguing as it was mildly repulsive, but on actually visiting, I found that… Read More

PREVIEW: Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway, Dulwich Picture Gallery

The gallery’s first exhibition of 2019 will be the first exhibition outside of Norway to be devoted to Harald Sohlberg.  On display from February 2019, the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s new exhibition will celebrate the work of Harold Sohlberg, coinciding with the 150th anniversary since his birth. Bringing together over ninety pieces of his work, the… Read More

Review Round Up: Gainsborough’s Family Album, National Portrait Gallery

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the National Portrait Gallery’s latest exhibition….  The Guardian: ***** “By turning our eyes to the portraits he did for his own pleasure and satisfaction, this exhibition reveals the greatness of Gainsborough. The people here are so alive, it’s as if the gallery had got some actors… Read More

PREVIEW: As the Crow Flies, bo.lee Gallery

The gallery’s latest exhibition As the Crow Flies will be on display from the 14th December.  This group exhibition examines the struggles often hidden behind a facade. Including powerful portraits of those affected by global conflict to the symbols of confinement caused by physical and mental illness, each of the artists featured use mark-making to share… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announce 2019 Programme

The Victoria and Albert Museum have confirmed details of its 2019 exhibition programme. Further details have emerged for the V&A’s 2019 exhibition programme, which is set to include major exhibitions devoted to fashion designers Christian Dior and Mary Quant. The first exhibition the museum will present in 2019 will be Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams.… Read More

PREVIEW: Beyond Reality, Opera Gallery

On display from the 13th to the 28th December, this new exhibition will focus on hyperrealism.  This brand new exhibition will feature the work of London-based artists such as Valter Adam Casotto, who worked on the special effects and make-up artistry of Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and The Hobbit, and John Humphreys, creator of the alien that inspired The… Read More

Review Round Up: Lorenzo Lotto Portraits, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s new exhibition highlights the Venetian artist’s work – but what have critics said about it?  The Observer: ***** “His portraits are puzzles, his life enigmatic, his reputation bizarrely neglected. Yet anyone who visits this tremendous exhibition will be instantly struck by one clear and certain truth about the Venetian master Lorenzo Lotto… Read More