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

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Review Round Up: Edward Burne- Jones, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s new exhibition explores the artist’s rise from an outsider to becoming on of Britain’s most influential artists during the 19th century. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Guardian: ** “To put it bluntly, Burne-Jones is a stupid artist. That is very striking in this exhibition’s recreation of an entire room that… Read More

Review Round Up: Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War I, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s latest exhibition explores the impact World War I had on British, German and French art. Here’s what critics have had to say about it… Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie. Acquired by the Federal State of Berlin © Estate of George Grosz, Princeton, N.J. 2018.  The Guardian: **** “Aftermath is an essential show. It concerns… Read More

PREVIEW: Art Now: Lisa Brice, Tate Britain

Tate Britain will present the South African artist’s work for the first time from the 26th April.  This exhibition of the artist’s work is set to include large-scale new and recent paintings which address the longstanding art-historical tradition of the female nude. These will be on display alongside sketches, drawings and studies, her paintings recast female… Read More

NEWS: Tate Britain Announces Major Van Gogh Exhibition for 2019

Tate Britain have announced it will be presenting a major new Van Gogh exhibition in 2019.  Vincent van Gogh L’Arlésienne 1890. Collection Museum de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand. Photo credit: João Musa.  This new major exhibition of the artist’s work will concentrate on Vincent van Gogh’s relationship with Britain, exploring how he was inspired by  British art, literature… Read More

PREVIEW: Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One, Tate Britain

Tate Britain has confirmed details of its upcoming exhibition that examines the impact WWI had on British, German and French art. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie. Acquired by the Federal State of Berlin © Estate of George Grosz, Princeton, N.J. 2018.  Marking 100 years since the end of World War I, Tate Britain’s upcoming exhibition… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Picks of 2018: Exhibitions

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s picks for exhibitions taking place in museums and galleries across the capital in 2018…  The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Monet & Architecture, National Gallery: spanning Claude Monet’s career from its beginnings in the mid-1860s to the public display of his Venice paintings in 1912, this exhibition will focus on the impressionist’s relationship with… Read More

PREVIEW: All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, Tate Britain

Tate Britain will explore how artists have managed to capture the experience of life in a landmark exhibition on display from the 28th February 2018.  Showcasing over 100 works, All Too Human will examine how artists such as Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon managed to capture personal and immediate experiences and events. As well as the work… Read More

PREVIEW: Marguerite Humeau: Echoes, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s upcoming Art Now exhibition will unveil a new immersive installation by Marguerite Humeau, which will be on display from the 18th November.  Humeau’s new installation was conceived as a confrontation between life and death, transforming the gallery into a part temple, part laboratory for the industrial production of the elixir for eternal life.… Read More

Review Round Up: Impressionists in London, Tate Britain

Love London Love Culture rounds up all of the latest reviews for Tate Britain’s latest exhibition.  The Guardian: ** “This exhibition could have been a fascinating exploration of British links with impressionism, for those links do exist, though they are not made here.” The Times: *** “This show documents an artistic diaspora but lacks a… Read More