PREVIEW: Departures, Migration Museum

The newly announced exhibition will open at the museum on the 30th October. Departures is a new immersive exhibition which will explore 400 years ofemigration from Britain from the Mayflower to the present day through personal narratives, contemporary art and a range of media. The start of the exhibition will see visitors starting their journey… Read More

NEWS: Border Crossings to Present Magnetic North at British Museum

The special live streamed event will take place on the 3rd December in conjunction with the British Museum’s  Arctic: culture and climate exhibition, focusing on the history of the Arctic and its Indigenous Peoples, through the lens of climate change and weather. Theatre company Border Crossings will celebrate the cultural diversity of the Arctic and… Read More

NEWS: Royal Academy of Arts Announces 2021 Exhibition Programme

The newly announced programme will include exhibitions devoted to Francis Bacon, David Hockney and Marina Abramović. The Royal Academy of Arts have unveiled full details of its 2021 exhibition programme. This newly announced year of exhibitions will begin with Francis Bacon: Man and Beast, which will run at the academy from the 30th January until… Read More

Review Round Up: Bruce Nauman, Tate Modern

We round up the reviews for the Tate Modern’s newly opened exhibition focusing on the work of the American artist. The Observer: **** “No one visiting this show could fail to notice Nauman’s prodigious influence over contemporary art.” The Times: “Baffling and bleak, Bruce Nauman’s work is hugely influential — and the perfect art for… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery to Reopen with Unearthed: Photography’s Roots Exhibition

It has been confirmed that the Dulwich Picture Gallery is set to open its doors to the public once more with its new exhibition looking at the history of photography. On display from the 21st November, the Dulwich Picture Gallery will trace the history of photography as seen through the depictions of nature, revealing how… Read More

Review Round Up: Artemisia, National Gallery

Find out what critics had to say about the National Gallery’s Artemisia exhibition with our review round up…. The Guardian: ***** “the National Gallery – especially Treves but also its director Gabriele Finaldi – deserve so much praise for finally ratting out the conspiracy of sneers and revealing Artemisia Gentileschi in her full staggering strength,… Read More

REVIEW: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s new exhibition is filled with a dazzling array of objects to explore the philosophy that originated in medieval India. Prepare to embrace your inner spiritual and philosophical self in this fascinating exhibition exploring the religion of Tantra and how it spread its influence across Asia. From start to finish this thought-provoking and… Read More

PREVIEW: The Covid Letters, The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum is set to stage the first exhibition by fashion provocateur Jonny Banger from the 24th October. The Foundling Museum Trustee Jeremy Deller has invited Jonny Banger, designer and owner of subversive fashion label Sports Banger, to show the work he gathered from the nation’s children during lockdown. A selection of over 200 works… Read More

NEWS: New Virtual Exhibition of Stars of Stage and Screen to Launch

The exhibition will celebrate the publication of Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ which will be published on the 30th September. It has been announced that in celebration of renowned theatre photographer Simon Annand’s latest book ‘Time To Act’ being published, a virtual exhibition featuring some of the images in the book will launch on… Read More

Review Round Up: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores the way in which Tantra has been linked to successive waves of revolutionary thought, from its transformation of Hinduism and Buddhism, to the Indian fight for independence and the rise of 1960s counterculture. Here’s what critics have had to say about it… Evening Standard: *** “It would require a… Read More