NEWS: Museum of London to Celebrate 45 Years at London Wall

The news comes as the museum prepares to close its doors at its London Wall site on Sunday 4th December. The Museum of London has announced it will celebrate its 45th anniversary at London Wall with a programme of events, activities and displays, that will welcome visitors to the site one last time before its doors… Read More

Review Round Up: Milton Avery: American Colourist, Royal Academy of Arts

We take a look at what critics thought of the Royal Academy’s exhibition devoted to the American artist. The Observer: ***** “The Royal Academy’s show (with around 70 works, the most comprehensive ever held in Europe) is rich in every period and resonantly uplifting.” The Arts Desk: *** “While his paintings always refer to things… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announce 2023 Exhibition Programme

Details of the London Museum’s 2023 exhibition programme have been unveiled. The Victoria & Albert Museum have revealed the first details of its 2023 exhibition programme across all of its sites. 2023 will see several important exhibitions opening at the V&A in South Kensington which will range from the first ever major UK exhibition on… Read More

Review Round Up: In the Black Fantastic, Hayward Gallery

Discover what critics have been saying about the Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition. The Observer: ***** “All of the art is wildly imaginative and ambitious, from American artist Rashaad Newsome’s mesmerising video Build or Destroy, in which a trans CGI figure vogues as the city burns and collapses in the background, to Hew Locke’s post-apocalyptic horsemen riding… Read More

REVIEW: Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear, Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert museum encourages visitors to really think about what masculinity means and how it has evolved through menswear over the centuries. This is not a simple fashion exhibition, instead with Fashioning Masculinities invites us to explore what masculinity used to mean and what it means today with a particular focus on how… Read More

REVIEW: Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature, Victoria and Albert Museum

Filled with charm, the V&A’s exhibition perfectly captures the world of Beatrix Potter and her family’s love of nature – but it feels as though it could have been presented in a slightly better way. This family friendly exhibition is a great way to get re-acquainted with Beatrix Potter’s beloved animal characters and stories that… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announces Berthe Morisot Exhibition For 2023

The gallery has announced details of its 2023 exhibition examining the work of the renowned Impressionist. On display from the 5th April 2023, the Dulwich Picture Gallery will present Berthe Morisot: Impressionism and the 18th Century, the first major UK exhibition exploring the work of the artist since 1950. Created in collaboration with the Musée… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announces Gabrielle Chanel.Fashion Manifesto Exhibition

The newly announced exhibition will go on display at the museum from the 16th September 2023. The V&A has announced that it will be presenting the first UK exhibition dedicated to the work of French couturière, Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, charting the evolution of her iconic design style and theestablishment of the House of Chanel, from… Read More

PREVIEW: Picasso Ingres: Face to Face, National Gallery

This new Picasso exhibition is set to go on display at the National Gallery from the 3rd June until the 9th October. The National Gallery’s latest display will unite Picasso’s ‘Woman with a Book’ (1932) from the Norton Simon Museum, California, will be brought together with the painting that inspired it, ‘Madame Moitessier’ by Jean-Auguste-Dominique… Read More

REVIEW: Round Up: Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen,Courtauld Gallery

Discover what critics have been saying about this latest Edvard Munch exhibition… The Guardian: ***** “This show may be modestly scaled, with just 18 paintings, but that is a lot of Munch on canvas – and in this perfectly lit, perfectly spaced exhibition you can get not just an eyeful but a soulful of the… Read More