REVIEW: Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (de Young Museum), Online Tour

This vibrant online tour of this major exhibition provides a fascinating insight into the artist’s world and how she constructed her identity. Although we haven’t been able to travel in the last year, it is wonderful to see how museums and galleries from around the world have been sharing all kinds of resources to allow… Read More

Virtual Exhibitions to Explore: March 2021

More exhibitions have been made available to view online to help ensure that you get your cultural fix. Music, Makers and Machines, Google Arts & Culture: this newly launched and permanent exhibition explores the history and legacy of electronic music by bringing together objects, interactive elements and tours around displays that feature parts of this… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announce Revised Exhibition Programme

The London gallery has confirmed changes to its exhibition programme for the rest of the year. The Dulwich Picture Gallery have confirmed that it will be reopening to the public on the 19th May, subject to confirmation on the government’s plans to proceed with ‘step three’ of the roadmap.Following a year of closure due to… Read More

NEWS: Music, Makers & Machines Exhibition Launches on Google Arts & Culture

The new virtual exhibition brings together a number of objects to explore the history and legacy of electronic music. Created by key members of the electronic music industry in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture and Youtube, Music, Makers & Machines is an interactive virtual exhibition celebrating the history of electronic music and is available… Read More

NEWS: Norfolk & Norwich Festival Announces Festival Dates

It has been confirmed that the 2021 edition of the festival will run from the 17th to the 30th May. Daniel Brine, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Norfolk & Norwich Festival has confirmed that the festival is set to go ahead this year from the 17th to the 30th May. Following on from the… Read More

NEWS: The Royal Academy of Arts Reveals Revised Exhibition Programme

The Royal Academy of Arts is intending to open to the public on the 18th May. Following on from the government’s recent announcement with regards to coming out of lockdown, the Royal Academy of Arts has announced its plans to reopen from May – if of course the roadmap proceeds as planned. Given the lockdown,… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announce New Dates for Exhibitions

The National Gallery have announced changes to its exhibition programme dates. The following changes have been announced for the National Gallery’s 2021 exhibition programme which is temporarily closed until at least the 17th May. Its current Room 1 exhibition, Sensing the Unseen: Step in Gossaert’s Adoration has now been extended to the 13th June. Also extended… Read More

REVIEW: Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch: The Loneliness of the Soul,Royal Academy of Arts (Online)

The Royal Academy of Arts have created an online tour of this exhibition that explores both artists approach to examining the human condition. Bringing together the works of two artists who were born one hundred years apart, this deeply thoughtful and somewhat sombre exhibition features plenty of pieces of work that contrast nicely with each… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announces African Fashion Exhibition

The V&A have announced that it will be presenting a major exhibition celebration African fashion. Set to open in June 2022, the newly announced exhibition is set to celebrate the creativity,ingenuity and unstoppable global impact of contemporary African fashions. Featuring over 250 objects, the display will feature many from the personal archives of a selection… Read More

REVIEW: Leila Alaoui: Rite of Passage, Somerset House (Online Tour)

Somerset House’s current exhibition captures the photographer’s ability to capture people’s resilience at its strongest. Spanning across three rooms at Somerset House, this strikingly honest exhibition celebrating the work of the late photographer Leila Alaoui is one (even in this online tour) that makes you sit up and pay attention to what she is trying… Read More