NEWS: Tate Announces 2021 Exhibition Highlights

With all of the galleries set to reopen on the 27th July, Tate has announced details of its 2021 exhibition programme. The Tate have announced its upcoming exhibition programme details for all four of its galleries for the next year. This is set to include solo exhibitions dedicated to the work of artists such as… Read More

Review Round Up: British Baroque: Power and Illusion, Tate Britain

We take a closer look at what critics have been saying about Tate Britain’s latest exhibition. Evening Standard: ***** “This isn’t just a show to do with aristocratic and regal display. There are stunning architectural drawings of great houses and palaces. There’s a reminder of scientific advances with a close-up of a flea from Robert… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks: February 2020

Here’s Love London Love Culture’s picks of exhibitions opening in February that you may want to book a ticket for…. Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age, National Gallery: the National Gallery is set to present major exhibition exploring the artist’s move away from paintings of historical and biblical scenes to capturing every day… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Exhibition Picks: September 2019

Here’s a guide to some of the exhibitions opening in London this month… William Blake: The Artist, Tate Britain: on display from the 11th September, this exhibition will feature over 300 original works including watercolours, paintings and prints to highlight William Blake as an artist who is still relevant in the 21st century. Highlights of… Read More

Twenty Things To Look Forward to in 2020

There have been plenty of exciting announcements about exhibitions, films , theatre productions and book coming up next year – here’s twenty events to look out for! Frozen coming to the West End: having already proven to be a massive hit on Broadway, the musical will be making its way across to London in Autumn… Read More

PREVIEW: William Blake: The Artist, Tate Britain

On display from the 11th September, Tate Britain’s exhibition will focus on revealing the artist behind the poet. Tate Britain will present a large survey of work by William Blake, bringing together some of his most iconic images that has inspired artists, musicians, writers and performers for over two centuries. This new exhibition celebrating the… Read More

Review Round Up: Van Gogh & Britain, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s new exhibition explores the connection between Vincent Van Gogh and Britain. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews. City Am: **** “But there are some clearer connections to be drawn, enough to satisfyingly make the point that Van Gogh and Britain did indeed intersect. The Prison Courtyard, which depicts jailbirds plodding around… Read More

Review Round Up: Don McCullin, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s latest exhibition showcases some of the  photographer’s impactful images from the last sixty years.  The Guardian: ***** “There is a visceral quality to McCullin’s photographs, in their analogue tonalities, the depth of their blacks and greys, the clarities and dimming of their whites, their strong and weak light, their focus, their attendance on the unconscionable. Evening Standard: ***** “For a man who has been so often under… Read More

PREVIEW: Frank Bowling, Tate Britain

On display from the 31st May, Tate Britain will present the first retrospective to explore the artist’s 60 year career.   This exhibition will celebrate the full length of Frank Bowling’s career from the 1960’s, exploring how he expanded the possibilities of paint, influencing artists with his kaleidoscope style paintings. Born in Guyana (then British Guiana) in 1934,… 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