Exhibitions Available to Visit…Online

Missing being able to pay a visit to a museum or art gallery? We have rounded up some of the exhibitions that you can discover from the comfort of your own home… An online guided tour of the National Gallery’s Artemisia exhibition: the National Gallery has made available its acclaimed exhibition looking at the work… Read More

Opinion: Favourite Cultural Pieces of the Year

Editor and Founder Emma Clarendon selects some of her favourite pieces that she has written for Love London Love Culture this year…. Review of Kylie’s latest album Disco: this has been the first album in ages that I have had constantly playing! It has so many danceable tunes that it is impossible not to like.… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s 2021 Exhibition Picks

We select some of the best exhibitions that are opening in London next year… Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser, Victoria and Albert Museum: on display from the 27th March 2021, this exhibition will examine the influence of Lewis Carroll’s beloved story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland through its origins and many adaptations over the years. Featuring 300… Read More

NEWS: Border Crossings to Present Magnetic North at British Museum

The special live streamed event will take place on the 3rd December in conjunction with the British Museum’s  Arctic: culture and climate exhibition, focusing on the history of the Arctic and its Indigenous Peoples, through the lens of climate change and weather. Theatre company Border Crossings will celebrate the cultural diversity of the Arctic and… Read More

REVIEW: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s new exhibition is filled with a dazzling array of objects to explore the philosophy that originated in medieval India. Prepare to embrace your inner spiritual and philosophical self in this fascinating exhibition exploring the religion of Tantra and how it spread its influence across Asia. From start to finish this thought-provoking and… Read More

Review Round Up: Tantra: Enlightenment to Revolution, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores the way in which Tantra has been linked to successive waves of revolutionary thought, from its transformation of Hinduism and Buddhism, to the Indian fight for independence and the rise of 1960s counterculture. Here’s what critics have had to say about it… Evening Standard: *** “It would require a… Read More

REVIEW: Vikings Live, British Museum

The 2014 exhibition Vikings: Life and Legend was brought to the screen, telling this fascinating story with plenty of clarity – but somehow feeling slightly flat. Filled with fascinating objects and capturing the story of the Vikings, it is certainly clear that in the creation of this exhibition, the British Museum put a lot of… Read More

REVIEW: Pompeii Live, British Museum

The museum’s first cinema live event of its 2013 exhibition Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum is available to watch for free on Youtube. Having been to Pompeii years ago and missed out on seeing this exhibition for myself, it is fantastic to see that the British Museum is allowing people to experience its… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks for 2020

Happy New Year! To celebrate arriving in 2020 – here’s LLLC’s guide to some exhibitions to look out for in the year ahead… Picasso and Paper, Royal Academy of Arts: the first major exhibition to open this year, Picasso and Paper will open to the public on the 25th January. This is a chance for… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks of 2019

Emma Clarendon selects her favourite exhibitions of 2019…. Troy: Myth and Reality, British Museum: in terms of sheer scale and detail, this British Museum exhibition is impressive from start to finish. Chronicling all of the important elements of the history and story of Troy to explore whether this city actually existed, this display is engaging… Read More