PREVIEW: The Romance of Ruins, Sir John Soane’s Museum

The museum is set to welcome visitors back with an exhibition on the watercolours of English artist William Pars. Opening at the museum on the 19th May, this new exhibition will be displaying a series of powerful and poetic watercolours by the young English artist William Pars (1742-1782) illustrating an expedition to discover the ruins… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Guide to Places Re -opening

As things slowly and cautiously begin to re-open with enhanced safety measures, here’s a guide to some of the attractions that are welcoming visitors back. If you do plan on visiting please make sure you check all safety details that you will have to comply with when making a trip. The National Gallery: now open… Read More

NEWS: Sir John Soane’s Museum to Reopen This Autumn

The museum has announced that it will be opening its doors to the public again from the 1st October – with all necessary precautions in place. The house and museum of Regency architect Sir John Soane is set to reopen and welcome visitors this Autumn, with a number of precautions in place to help maintain… Read More

PREVIEW: Hogarth: Place and Progress, Sir John Soane’s Museum

The museum will explore William Hogarth’s views on morality, the society and the city. On display from the 9th October, Sir John Soane’s Museum will reunite William Hogarth’s surviving painted series to explore how the artist was able to see through social conventions to reveal the immorality and vice that he saw in all classes of… Read More

PREVIEW: The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture, Sir John Soane’s Museum

It has been announced that Sir John Soane’s Museum will present an exhibition exploring post modernist British architecture from the 16th May.  On display from the 16th May, The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture will concentrate specifically at its early ‘radical moment’ during the late 1970s and early 1980s, showcasing a selection of… Read More

PREVIEW: The Cloud-Capped Towers @Sir John Soane’s Museum

This new exhibition to coincide with the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death will look at the influence of the playwright on the life and work of sir John Soane.  Opening on the 21st April, the exhibition will focus on Soane’s extensive Shakespeare collection – such as his ownership of the first four Folios of Shakespeare’s… Read More

PREVIEW: Sarah Lucas: Power in Woman @Sir John Soane’s Museum

Running at the museum from the 10th March to the 21st May, the exhibition will feature sculptures created by British artist Sarah Lucas.  All of the sculptures on display will be shown in the North Drawing Room, each depicting a female figure in cast plaster. The works were originally seen as part of Lucas’s commission… Read More

PREVIEW: Charlotte Bronte @ The Soane

To celebrate the 200th anniversary since the birth of Charlotte Bronte, Sir John Soane’s Museum will mark the occasion with a special exhibition, celebrating the author’s life.  The exhibition will feature a number of treasures, including sketches of the Bronte sisters that were recently discovered drawn by their sister Anne and going on public display… Read More