REVIEW: Nero: The Man Behind the Myth, British Museum

This fascinating and detailed exhibition asks visitors to rethink what they thought they new about the Emperor. When you think of the Roman Emperor Nero, you are most likely to think about him as a tyrant and madman who just sat back as Rome was destroyed in a fire, who persecuted his people and of… Read More

REVIEW: The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition, 45 Wellington Street Covent Garden

This new photographic exhibition gives fans of the franchise a close look at how the films were created and the people involved in bringing J.K Rowling’s magical world to life. The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition is a fascinating experience that offers Harry Potter fans another way to immerse themselves into not only the magical world… Read More

PREVIEW: Late Constable, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy’s upcoming exhibition will focus on the last twelve years of John Constable’s career. On display from the 30th October, Late Constable will concentrate on the period from 1825 until his unexpected death in 1837 and will bring together over 50 works including paintings and oil sketches as well as watercolours, drawings and… Read More

REVIEW: Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

This latest experience to arrive in London to allow visitors to immerse themselves in the work of the artist is surprisingly soothing but feels as though it lacks in depth in places. Prepare to lose yourself quite literally into the work of Vincent Van Gogh in this new immersive experience, filled with sections that chronicle… Read More

Review Round Up: Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Tate Modern

We round up the reviews for the Tate Modern’s exhibition exploring the work of the abstract artist and designer. The Observer: ***** “To see her work at Tate Modern is to be immediately uplifted. The show opens with small watercolours that play glowing rectangles against triangles, squares and discs. They look like the art of… Read More

PREVIEW: The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition, Covent Garden

This new exhibition celebrates the 10 years worth of creating the film franchise, taking fans behind the scenes. Based in Covent Garden, this new exhibition features plenty of behind-the-scene images of the work that went into creating the franchise – focusing on key moments in the films including Harry’s first journey from Platform 9 ¾ all… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announce 2022 Exhibition Programme

The Victoria and Albert Museum have confirmed details of its exhibition programme for next year. The V&A’s 2022 exhibition programme will open with a family friendly exhibition Beatrix Potter:Drawn to Nature which will celebrate the life and work of the popular children’s author. On display from the 12th February, the V&A will team up with… Read More

Review Round Up: Thomas Becket: Murder and the Making of a Saint, British Museum

The British Museum highlights the murder that shook the Middle Ages in this exhibition that explores the life and legacy of Thomas Becket. The Guardian: ***** “The British Museum’s mind-expanding exhibitions have taken us to many cultural wonderlands, but this trip to medieval Kent is truly far-flung.” Evening Standard: ***** “The show brings home both Becket’s… Read More

Review Round Up: Nero: The Man Behind the Myth, British Museum

We round up the reviews for the British Museum’s major new exhibition exploring the life of the infamous ruler. Evening Standard: **** “As ever, the exhibition avoids sensationalism – even when the facts really are sensational.” The Observer: **** “But what makes this show so unusual is precisely its offer of different truths. Nothing in… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces New Dates for Raphael Exhibition

The exhibition was originally set to open at the gallery in 2020. The National Gallery have announced new dates for The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Raphael which has now been rescheduled to be open to the public from the 9th April until the 31st July 2022. This major new exhibition is set to explore the complete career… Read More