Review Round Up: Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Tate Modern

We round up the reviews for the Tate Modern’s exhibition exploring the work of the abstract artist and designer. The Observer: ***** “To see her work at Tate Modern is to be immediately uplifted. The show opens with small watercolours that play glowing rectangles against triangles, squares and discs. They look like the art of… Read More

Review Round Up: The Making of Rodin, Tate Modern

We round up the reviews for Tate Modern’s exhibition that explores Rodin’s work with materials such as clay and plaster. The Observer: *** “Now there is no conceivable universe in which one wouldn’t rather see the art of Rodin in marble, bronze or clay, the medium in which his own touch is specially evident. You’re… Read More

Exhibitions Looking Forward to Seeing in London: April 2021

Here’s a guide to some of the upcoming exhibitions that we can’t wait to visit when museums and galleries reopen their doors….. Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser, Victoria and Albert Museum: dive into the world of Lewis Carroll’s beloved Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with this exhibition that examines how it has been interpreted through film, performance,… Read More

Review Round Up: Bruce Nauman, Tate Modern

We round up the reviews for the Tate Modern’s newly opened exhibition focusing on the work of the American artist. The Observer: **** “No one visiting this show could fail to notice Nauman’s prodigious influence over contemporary art.” The Times: “Baffling and bleak, Bruce Nauman’s work is hugely influential — and the perfect art for… Read More

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: Andy Warhol, Tate Modern

A major new retrospective looking at the artist’s work is now on display at Tate Modern. Here’s what the critics have had to say about it… The Observer: *** “Sixty Last Suppers is ultimately as affectless as Warhol so often wants to be. That it gets an entire gallery to itself exposes the flaws of this… 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

Review Round Up: Dora Maurer, Tate Modern

This year long display of the Hungarian artist’s work is the first exhibition in the UK to explore the diversity of her art. Here’s what the critics had to say about it… The Guardian: **** ” In today’s anxious world, where even a museum on a Sunday afternoon is not a safe space, it’s a… 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

Review Round Up: Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life, Tate Modern

Find out what critics made of Tate Modern’s exhibition devoted to the work of the Danish-Icelandic artist. The Observer: **** “It would be hard to think of a more beguiling show than the Olafur Eliasson survey at Tate Modern.” BBC: *** “There’s no doubt he is a very good artist with important things to say.But this… Read More