PREVIEW: David Mach & Ade Adesina: Signs of Life, Bo. Lee Gallery

The gallery’s latest exhibition will showcase the work of David Mach and Ade Adesina.  In collaboration with JAMM Gallery, this exhibition will bring the work of Turner prize nominee and RA David Mach and recently appointed Scottish RA Ade Adesina together. The artists originally met in 2013 and soon found common ground through their work, leading to… Read More


PREVIEW: Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire, Saatchi Gallery

The Saatchi Gallery’s latest exhibition  will feature the work of twenty six artists to explore art’s role in social satire and the world we live in.  On display from the 27th September, works featured in the exhibition will vary from the personal to the political, such as Bedwyr Williams’ humorous take on the old adage “Walk… Read More

PREVIEW: British Watercolours: From the Collection of BNY Mellon, Royal Academy of Arts

On display from the 25th September, the Royal Academy of Arts will present twenty five British watercolours and drawings from BNY Mellon’s corporate art collection.  Displayed in the Tennant Gallery, the exhibition will feature works  from BNY Mellon’s corporate art collection which were created in the first hundred years of the Royal Academy’s existence between 1770-1870 and  has been… Read More

PREVIEW: Human Stories: Another England, NOW Gallery

On display from the 10th October, the NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula will examine the historical and contemporary narratives in Black and Asian Heritage in England.  Three young black girls chatting outside a Methodist chapel, 1950-59, (c) Historic England Archive.  Presented in collaboration with the Historic England Archive, this free photographic exhibition will present photographs and… Read More

PREVIEW: Hooked, Science Gallery London

The new London gallery will open its doors for the first time with a season examining the issues surrounding addiction and recovery.  This new exhibition and events programme will examine the cyclical processes of addiction and recovery as well as questioning how society continues to feed and sustain both. HOOKED will explore how addiction is a fundamental… Read More

Interview With…Florian Wupperfeld

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to Florian Wupperfeld about Leading Culture Destination Awards co-founder Florian Wupperfeld about this year’s awards…  Hello Florian, thank you for talking to me. Could you tell me a bit more about the Leading Culture Destination Awards? Leading Culture Destinations celebrates the best established and emerging culture destinations worldwide. Each year the LCD… Read More

PREVIEW: Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cézanne,National Gallery

The National Gallery’s next exhibition will concentrate on major Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterworks from the Courtauld Gallery, purchased in the 1920s by Samuel Courtauld (1876–1947). Paul Cézanne,Hillside in Provence about 1890-2 .Bought, Courtauld Fund, 1926 © The National Gallery, London.  Showcased alongside paintings from the National Gallery’s own collection which the businessman and philanthropist financed and helped… Read More

REVIEW: The Future Starts Here, Victoria and Albert Museum

Equally fascinating as it is disturbing, the Victoria and Albert Museum gets visitors questioning just how much we should be depending on technology…  Delving deep into what our future could potentially look like, the V&A’s exhibition instead of answering questions asks them to explore the increasing dependence (good and bad) on technology and how it… Read More

PREVIEW: Ribera: Art of Violence, Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first UK show dedicated to the Spanish Baroque painter, on display from the 26th September.  The exhibition is set to feature eight canvases to be displayed alongside a selection of drawings and prints to explore the theme of violence throughout Jusepe de Ribera’s work. Bringing together forty pieces of the… Read More

PREVIEW:Klimt/Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina Museum, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts is to mark the centenary of the death of Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt with an exhibition focusing on how drawing was important to both artists.  On display from the 4th November, this will be the first UK exhibition to  focus on the fundamental importance of drawing for both artists,… Read More