Review Round Up: Giacometti Exhibition, Tate Modern

Now on display at Tate Modern, this is the first major UK exhibition showcasing the artist’s work and re-examining his place alongside the likes of Matisse, Picasso and Degas. Here is what critics have been saying about it:  (c) Tate, Youtube The Guardian: ***** “Tate Modern has created a truly great exhibition of an artist whose… Read More

NEWS: Tate Modern to Reunite Plaster Sculptures By Giacometti

Tate Modern has announced that it will be displaying a celebrated group of plaster sculptures by Giacometti as part of a brand new exhibition celebrating the artist’s work.  Best known for his work in bronze, Tate Modern’s new retrospective will examine Giacometti’s work in a wide variety of materials and textures, concentrating in particular on plaster,… Read More

Tate Announces Highlights for 2017 Exhibition Programme

Tate has today (19th April) announced some of the highlights from its 2017 exhibition programme, which will feature retrospectives of artists such as David Hockney, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread.  In the spring of 2017, Tate Britain will celebrate the career of David Hockney in a major new retrospective running at the gallery from the 9th… Read More

REVIEW – Giacometti: Pure Presence, National Portrait Gallery

In 1919 Giovanni Giacometti asked his son Alberto: “do you want to be a painter?” to which his son replied “a painter or a sculptor” and as this exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, he was content to do both throughout his career. Giacometti: Pure Presence is the first time that an exhibition has focused purely… Read More