Opinion: Love London Love Culture

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon discusses the devastation and impact that the coronavirus is currently having… It is hard to believe that we are in this situation. Places heading onto lockdown, people having to work from home and a shameful amount of stockpiling of food and other essentials. While of course most of our… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Postpones Artemisia Exhibition

The gallery has today announced that it will be postponing its exhibition that was due to open on the 4th April. Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation, the National Gallery have today announced that it will be postponing its exhibition looking at the work of Artemisia. With current global travel restrictions in place, the gallery… Read More

Review Round Up: Andy Warhol, Tate Modern

A major new retrospective looking at the artist’s work is now on display at Tate Modern. Here’s what the critics have had to say about it… The Observer: *** “Sixty Last Suppers is ultimately as affectless as Warhol so often wants to be. That it gets an entire gallery to itself exposes the flaws of this… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 8th March

Here’s a guide to what has been proving popular on LLLC this week… Review of Pretty Woman the Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre: this week saw the official opening of the London production starring Danny Mac and Aimie Atkinson. The musical features a score by Bryan Adams and is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.… Read More

Review Round Up: David Hockney: Drawing From Life, National Portrait Gallery

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this latest David Hockney exhibition. Evening Standard: **** “Right now over at the Royal Academy there are line portraits by Picasso that show greater clarity, sureness and economy of line (there’s an early etching of a naked Hockney facing an indifferent Picasso; he liked to pay… Read More

NEWS: The Art of Banksy Exhibition Heading to London

The touring exhibition of the artist’s work will open in a yet to be announced location in South Kensington on the 23rd April. A touring exhibition of the works of artist Banksy is heading to London from the 23rd April it has been announced. While the exhibition is not authorised or curated by the painter,… Read More

REVIEW: Abba: Super Troupers the Exhibition, The O2

This detailed interactive exhibition effectively places the group’s music in context with the changing world in which they released their albums. It has to be said that it takes a certain kind of magic for a group to hold onto its fans long after they have split up and Abba is one of the unique… Read More

NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announces Woman in the Window Exhibition

The exhibition will complete the gallery’s 2020 exhibition programme,open to the public from the 14th October. The Dulwich Picture Gallery has confirmed details of its Autumn 2020 exhibition, Woman in the Window, on display from October. This display will explore how from ancient civilisations and Italian Renaissance paintings, to 21st century installation art, artists have… Read More

Review Round Up: British Baroque: Power and Illusion, Tate Britain

We take a closer look at what critics have been saying about Tate Britain’s latest exhibition. Evening Standard: ***** “This isn’t just a show to do with aristocratic and regal display. There are stunning architectural drawings of great houses and palaces. There’s a reminder of scientific advances with a close-up of a flea from Robert… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks: February 2020

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s picks of exhibitions opening in February that you may want to book a ticket for…. Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age, National Gallery: the National Gallery is set to present major exhibition exploring the artist’s move away from paintings of historical and biblical scenes to capturing every day… Read More