Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 14th July 2019

Here’s a guide to some of the most popular reads on Love London Love Culture this week… Review of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium: officially returning to the West End this week is Laurence Connor’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s beloved family musical. Starring newcomer Jac… Read More

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PREVIEW: Gaugin Portraits, National Gallery

On display from the 7th October, the National Gallery will present the first ever exhibition focusing on the portraits of Paul Gauguin. Formed of major loans from museums and private collections throughout the world, the National Gallery’s exhibition will reveal how the French artist made an impact on portrait art and how he used it… Read More

PREVIEW: Rembrandt’s Light, Dulwich Picture Gallery

On display from the 4th October, the Dulwich Picture Gallery marks the 350 year anniversary since the artist’s death with an exhibition exploring the artist’s mastery of light and visual storytelling. This Autumn, the Dulwich Gallery will present an exhibition examining  the artist’s mastery of light through 35 of his greatest paintings, etchings and drawings.… Read More

PREVIEW: Picasso and Paper, Royal Academy of Arts

The exhibition will be on display to the public from the 25th January. January 2020 will see the Royal Academy of Arts displaying a new exhibition titled Picasso and Paper, exploring Picasso’s imaginative and original uses of paper. Displaying over 300 pieces of work to cover the entirety of Picasso’s career, the exhibition will concentrate… Read More

PREVIEW: Troy: Myth and Reality, British Museum

The British Museum’s forthcoming exhibition will be the first exhibition exploring the world of Troy in the UK. Revealing the legacy of the stories of the Trojan war, the British Museum will highlight the works of art inspired by the tales of war, love and loss that are wrapped up in the Trojan cycle of… Read More

PREVIEW: Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts will unite the artist’s self-portraits in major exhibition which will open to the public on the 27th October. With this new exhibition, the Royal Academy of Arts will be concentrating on Lucian Freud’s self-portraits, bringing together more than fifty works that chart Freud’s artistic development: from his early, more linear… Read More

REVIEW: Cindy Sherman,National Portrait Gallery

Deeply fascinating and engaging to view, the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition perfectly captures the artist’s perceptiveness and approach to photography. Sharp, perceptive, playful and even at times challenging, Cindy Sherman’s photography is richly varied and consistently intriguing to look at as this well curated exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery more than proves. This major… Read More

PREVIEW: Chihuly Nights, Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens will allow visitors to see Chihuly’s artwork after dark from the 15th August until the 26th October. Experience Kew Gardens’ latest exhibition showcasing the work of Dale Chihuly after hours from August through an exclusive after-dark experience with fabulous food, drink, and music. Over thirty three evenings, visitors can see the Gardens’ late-summer… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 16th June

Here’s a quick guide to what Love London Love Culture has been up to this week… Review of Westlife’s The Twenty Tour at The O2: this week, LLLC got to catch Westlife on their reunion tour, travelling across the UK until the 6th July. There are also a couple of videos on our Youtube channel… Read More

Review Round Up: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition celebrates the work of artists whose art explores gender identity. The Guardian: ***** “You can’t fail to be seduced by this show’s glorious assault on all of our assumptions. It shows that gender is mobile because we live in our heads, not our biology.” Time Out: **** “This massive exhibition… Read More