Review Round Up: Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers, Design Museum

The Design Museum has now once again opened its doors to the public with a new exhibition that transports visitors through the people, art, design, technology and photography that have been shaping the electronic music landscape. Find out what critics thought here: Evening Standard: ***** “It’s riveting, and as we leave in a pleasantly dizzied… Read More

NEWS: Whitechapel Gallery Announces Autumn 2020 Exhibitions

The gallery has announced details of its upcoming Autumn exhibition programme. From the 23rd September, Whitechapel Gallery will present a new work by Nalini Malani as part of its annual programme of artist commissions. Titled Can You Hear Me?, it is the artist’s first UK commission and is comprised of 84 animations projected on the walls… Read More

PREVIEW: Ania Hobson Exhibition, Catto Gallery

Two years after winning the Young Artist Prize at the BP Portrait Awards, Ania Hobson will showcase her new work in her first solo exhibition. On display from the 5th September, the artist is set to unveil a collection of new work at the Catto Gallery which sees her building on the contemporary figurative style… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Round Up of the Month: July 2020

Here’s a guide to what was proving popular on LLLC last month… Old Royal Naval College Announce Summer Programme of Outdoor events: shortly after opening its doors to the public for the first time since lockdown, the venue announced a number of outdoor events including tours and cinema screenings. Preview of The Stars Are Bright,… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 26th July

Here’s a guide to what has been happening this week on LLLC….. Preview of The New Normal Festival: we have shared details of the upcoming outdoor and socially distanced festival which will run at The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building in Wandsworth throughout August. Confirmed acts include: magician Ben Hart, Olivier Award winning smash-hit Showstopper! and I Wish… Read More

PREVIEW: Atelier Picasso, BASTIAN

This newly announced exhibition will recreate Picasso’s Cannes studio as an immersive experience within the gallery. Using Picasso’s own objects including furniture, sculptures, ceramics,drawings and prints, this exhibition will help bring to life the huge variety of Picasso’s oeuvre. On display from the 3rd September, this immersive exhibition will show how Picasso piled the surfaces… Read More

NEWS: Photographer Ali Wright Launches My Latest Role Series

Theatre industry photographer Ali Wright has curated My Latest Role; a series of environment portraits of self-employed creatives who became key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.  My Latest Role aims to celebrate the resilience and adaptability of freelance creatives who make up 70% of the theatre industry and to highlight that despite theatres being legally allowed to open… Read More

NEWS: The Victoria and Albert Museum to Re-Open 6th August

The museum based in Kensington will open its doors to the public for the first time since lockdown in August. Initially opening Thursday to Sunday each week, the V&A will reopen in steady phases. From the 6th August, visitors will be able to wonder around the ground floor collection galleries including the iconic Medieval &… Read More

NEWS: Natural History Museum to Reopen in August

The Kensington museum is set to open its doors to the public on the 5th August. Following on from nearly five months of being closed, it has been announced that the Natural History Museum will reopen to the public on the 5th August, initially on Wednesdays to Sundays only and from 11am to 6pm (last… Read More

NEWS: Japan House London Announces New Exhibition Architecture for Dogs

The exhibition will run at the venue from the 19th September until the 24th January 2021. The Japan House London has announced that the internationally acclaimed Architecture for Dogs exhibition will open at the venue from September. It is the first place in Europe to display the exhibition. Opening to the public on the 19th… Read More