REVIEW: Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition is a thought provoking display that reveals there is much more to Edvard Munch’s work than The Scream. When we think of Edvard Munch there is a tendency to simply associate his most famous work ‘The Scream’ with him – but as this captivating new exhibition at the British Museum… Read More

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Review Round Up: Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the British Museum’s major exhibition of the artist’s prints. Londonist: **** “Unsurprisingly given his tumultuous life, Munch’s works are raw, lonely, sad and often disturbing — but that’s what makes them so evocative and gives them a magnetic hold over us.” The Guardian: ***** “Munch’s art… Read More

REVIEW: Rembrandt: Thinking on Paper, British Museum

This free display at the museum is worth catching and  shows potential for a full scale exhibition devoted to the artist’s work  on paper.  Marking the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death, the British Museum’s neat and compact exhibition focusing on the rarely seen prints and drawings offers a surprisingly detailed look at Rembrandt’s style and approach to many different topics. Comprised of sixty five prints and drawings, Rembrandt: Thinking on Paper is an intimate look… Read More

PREVIEW: Rembrandt: Thinking on Paper, British Museum

The British Museum presents a new display of Rembrandt’s work to  mark the 350th anniversary of the artist’s death.  On display from the 7th February, this new exhibition will highlight a selection of drawings and prints by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) that provide an insight into the Dutch artist’s development an experimentation. Bringing together over sixty works, Rembrandt: Thinking on Paper will showcase the way in which Rembrandt worked purely on paper.… Read More

PREVIEW: Edvard Munch: love and Angst, British Museum

The British Museum’s upcoming exhibition will be the biggest display  of the artist’s prints in 45 years.  On display from the 11th April, the British Museum will present a major new exhibition on the work of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, concentrating on his experimental prints – the art form that he made his name with. Created in collaboration with Norway’s Munch Museum, the exhibition will feature nearly 50 prints from… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of the Week: Sunday 6th January

Here’s a few interviews, reviews, news and features on LLLC that are  popular reads this week… Interview with Gemma Barnett: this week, LLLC chatted to the actress about starring in Papercut Theatre’s production of ‘Lola’ as part of The Vaults Festival from the 23rd January. Interview with Jessica Lazar: also proving popular this week is Love London Love Culture’s interview with director Jessica Lazar, discussing her production of… Read More

NEWS: British Museum Announces 2019 Exhibition Programme

The British Museum has confirmed details of its 2019 exhibition  programme. The museum’s opening 2019 major exhibition will be Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, on display from the 11th April until the 21st July. Created in collaboration with  the Munch Museum in Oslo, the exhibition will focus mainly on the artist’s experimental prints – an art form which helped to establish his reputation and… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks for 2019

 Here’s LLLC’s top ten exhibition picks of the year…. Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Victoria and Albert Museum: this is just one of the major fashion exhibitions that the V&A will be presenting in 2019 – but this is the one Love London Love Culture is particularly looking forward to. Spanning from 1947 to the present day, the V&A will examine the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite…Exhibitions of 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, Love London Love Culture picks the best  exhibitions of the year… Ocean Liners: Speed & Style, Victoria and Albert Museum: this elegantly presented exhibition really brought to life the glamour and entertainment to be had for travellers onboard some of the world’s most renowned ocean liners. Throughly enjoyable from start to finish. Rodin & the Art of Ancient Greece, British Museum:  a true celebration of the art of sculpture as much as it nicely revealed the links between Rodin’s… Read More

Review Round Up: I Object, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores what the  protestors think history is and who actually decides what history is through a series of objects selected by  Private Eye Editor Ian Hislop. Here’s what critics have said about the exhibition…. The Guardian: ** “Keeping it funny would have been a good idea. The history of satire, which Private… Read More