Review Round Up: Into the Unknown: A Journey into Science Fiction, The Barbican

The Barbican goes deep into the world of science fiction to uncover the mysterious worlds created by the likes of Jules Verne and Ray Harryhausen in this exhibition including more than 800 works. Here’s what critics have been saying about the exhibition: Evening Standard: **** “It’s a sci-fi journey, but also a tribute to human imagination;… Read More

PREVIEW: The City is Ours, London Museum

This new exhibition at the Museum of London will invite visitors to explore the joys and challenges of urban living.  This new display formed of digital and physical interactives and films will tackle issues such as affordable housing, effective urban planning, transport, air quality and  green space to present the challenges and the solutions communities have… Read More

NEWS: David Breuer-Weil Places Bronze Sculptures Across London

In association with Christies, the artist has placed several bronze sculptures across the capital for Londoners and tourists to enjoy.  Those who pass through Portman Square can see a few giant heads popping up in the ground including Brainbox (above) and Emergence (below). For those passing through The Economist Plaza in St James, you will be… Read More

REVIEW: Sargent: The Watercolours, Dulwich Picture Gallery

The new exhibition at the Dulwich Picture Gallery brings together 80 John Singer Sargent watercolours that celebrate life and colour.  Prepare to be whisked to far off lands and see the world in a different light thanks to Dulwich Picture Gallery’s beautiful exhibition devoted to the watercolours of John Singer Sargent. This might seem a fanciful… Read More

PREVIEW: Augustine Carr: Summa Theologica, No 20

On display from the 21st June, No 20 Gallery presents a solo exhibition showcasing the work of the British artist.  Featuring sculpture, photography and film, the exhibition will showcase how Augustine Carr creates work that rejects an emphasis on representation in favour of the process and the practice that lies behind the final creation. The artist… Read More

Review Round Up: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy’s annual exhibition is back – but what have critics been saying about this year’s offering?  The Times: ** “The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition had started to look up of late but this year it seems to have slumped back again.” City AM: “it’s scattershot and suffocating and exhausting – but the law… Read More

NEWS: The V&A Acquire Felix Dennis Oz Archive

To celebrate 50 years since the first UK publication of revolutionary magazine Oz, the Victoria and Albert Museum has announced that it has acquired the Felix Dennis Oz Archive.  Felix Dennis was co-editor of the underground magazine published between 1967 and 1973, which wanted to challenge the establishment as well as attempting to capture the spirit of… Read More

PREVIEW: Fahrelnissa Zeid, Tate Modern

The gallery will open its exhibition looking at the Turkish artist’s work on the 13th June, re-appraising her work in an international context.  Best known for her large-scale and colourful canvases, with some reaching over five metres long, Zeid’s work will be re-examined in Tate Modern’s latest exhibition. This major new display will bring together a… Read More