PREVIEW: Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is Missing, Science Gallery London

The Science Gallery London’s latest exhibition is set to explore how our universe is built as seen through art, physics and philosophy. On display from the 6th June, this new exhibition examines one of the biggest mysteries in physics today: what exactly makes up our universe and why 95% of it can not be seen.… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 19th May

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review round up of Orpheus Descending at the Menier Chocolate Factory: following a run at the Theatr Clwyd, Tamara Harvey’s production has transferred to London and LLLC has rounded up the reviews… Review of Summer Street at Waterloo East Theatre:… Read More

Review Round Up: AI: More Than Human, Barbican

The Barbican’s latest exhibition explores our relationship with artificial intelligence. Love London Love Culture rounds up the critics reviews…. Time Out: ** “Much of what’s on display fails the ‘so what?’ test. So what, if a basic robotic arm can now pour a G&T? So what, if a computer can create so-called ‘artworks’? The question… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces Titian: Love Desire, Death Exhibition

The major exhibition will bring together Titian’s series of large-scale mythological paintings, known as the poesie, for the first time since 1704. On display from the 16th March 2020, Titian: Love, Desire, Death will concentrate on Titian’s five great works known collectively as poesie. Painted between about 1551 and 1562 the poesie are among the most original visual… Read More

PREVIEW: Victoria: Woman and Crown, Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace’s latest exhibition celebrating the 200th anniversary since the birth of Queen Victoria examines her private life away from the public. Created to mark the 200th anniversary of Victoria’s birth, the exhibition aims to re-examine how she was able to balance her life as wife and mother with being Queen of an ever expanding empire.… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces Spring 2020 Exhibitions

The National Gallery have released details for its Spring 2020 exhibition programme. On display from the 22nd February 2020, the National Gallery will present the first exhibition devoted to the work of Dutch artist Nicolaes Maes in Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age . Bringing together works on loan from  loans from museums and… Read More

PREVIEW: Myvillages – Setting the Table: Village Politics, Whitechapel Gallery

The Whitechapel Gallery’s latest display examines the relationship between contemporary art and the rural. Now on display to the public, this exhibition spans across sixteen years of artistic thinking and production in over 30 locations, all based outside of urban settings. Locations featured in the exhibition include Ballykinlar, Ireland and Ekumfi-Ekawfo, Ghana, to help international… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 5th May

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Swan Lake at New Victoria Theatre: this week Matthew Bourne’s classic production arrived in Woking – discover what LLLC’s Emma Clarendon made of it in her review. Review of Jewel of the Empire, Pedley Street Station: also… Read More

NEWS: National Portrait Gallery to Stage Exhibition of David Hockney’s Drawings

The exhibition will feature new and previously unseen works by the artist – including studies for A Rake’s Progress. On display from the 27th February 2020, David Hockney: Drawing from Life will be the first major exhibition devoted to David Hockney’s drawings in over twenty years. Exploring Hockney’s years as  draughtsman from the 1950s to… Read More

NEWS: National Portrait Gallery Announce Shortlist for BP Portrait Award 2019

The National Portrait Gallery has announced details of the four shortlisted artists and their work, with the winner being announced on the 10th June. The four shortlisted portraits were selected from  2,538 entries from 84 countries, submitted for judging anonymously by a panel which included writer and presenter Gaylene Gould, artist Gary Hume and curator… Read More