Review Round Up: Lorenzo Lotto Portraits, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s new exhibition highlights the Venetian artist’s work – but what have critics said about it?  The Observer: ***** “His portraits are puzzles, his life enigmatic, his reputation bizarrely neglected. Yet anyone who visits this tremendous exhibition will be instantly struck by one clear and certain truth about the Venetian master Lorenzo Lotto… Read More

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REVIEW: Home Futures, Design Museum

The Design Museum’s latest exhibition invites visitors to explore what our homes today are like through yesterday’s imagination, asking how technology has changed the way we live.  As technology is infiltrating every part of our lives, The Design Museum’s latest exhibition seems especially timely. Home Futures is an extraordinarily detailed and well thought out exhibition… Read More

PREVIEW: Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918, National Army Museum

To mark the centenary of the end of World War I, the National Army Museum will present an exhibition of work by Alfred Munnings.  On display from the 30th November, Alfred Munnings: War Artist, 1918 will display over forty paintings created during the final year of the First World War and will be shown together… Read More

Review Round Up: Klimt/Schiele: Drawings from the Albertina Museum, Vienna, Royal Academy of Arts

This latest exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts offers a rare opportunity for the public to see the fragile drawings of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. Here’s what critics are making of the exhibition…  The Guardian: ***** “The Royal Academy’s mix and mashup of drawings by Klimt, born in 1862, and his protege Schiele, born in 1890,… Read More

NEWS: NOW Gallery Announces Fashion Designer Richard Malone as Winter Collaborator

NOW Gallery has confirmed that the fashion designer will be its Winter collaborator for Rinse,Repeat which will be on display at the gallery from the 28th November.  This new exhibition will be an interactive and multi-disciplinary installation made up of three elements to offer an insight into Malone’s passions and processes. Available for visitors to… Read More

NEWS: The National Gallery Announces Summer and Autumn 2019 Exhibitions

The National Gallery has today announced further details of its 2019 exhibition programme.  The National Gallery has announced an additional three Summer and Autumn exhibitions taking place next year – including a major Paul Gauguin display devoted to his portraits. On display from the 12th June, the gallery will present Bartolomé Bermejo:Master of the Spanish Renaissance . The… Read More

Review Round Up: Edward Burne- Jones, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s new exhibition explores the artist’s rise from an outsider to becoming on of Britain’s most influential artists during the 19th century. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Guardian: ** “To put it bluntly, Burne-Jones is a stupid artist. That is very striking in this exhibition’s recreation of an entire room that… Read More

PREVIEW: Home Futures, Design Museum

The Design Museum’s latest exhibition will explore the radical domestic visions of the 20th century and asks: what happened to the future?  On display from the 7th November, Home Futures will explore today’s homes through the way it was envisioned yesterday and whether we are living the way that  architects and designers throughout the 20th century predicted.… Read More

NEWS: V&A to Present World Premiere of Corrido – A Ballad For The Brave

Marking the closure of the museum’s Frida Kahlo Making Her Self Up exhibition, it will present the world premiere of Corrido – A Ballad For The Brave, an immersive audio-visual concert exploring the life, times and experiences of Frida Kahlo and her contemporaries.  Taking place on the 2nd November, this immersive concert is part of a series… Read More

NEWS: Design Museum 2019 Exhibition Programme Announced

The museum has confirmed details of its 2019 exhibition programme – set to include major Stanley Kubrick exhibition.  The new exhibition programme at the museum will begin with David Adjaye: Making Memory which will be on display from the 2nd February 2019. This display will concentrate on  seven of Adjaye’s buildings to explore the role of monuments… Read More