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Van Gogh and Britain – Tate Britain, London

Van Gogh and Britain – Tate Britain, London

‘I love London’ Vincent Van Gogh wrote to his brother during his on and off stays between the spring of 1873 and the winter of 1876. Van Gogh and Britain looks to expand on this in the first half of this exhibition, claiming his stay exerted a deep artistic influence […]

by × June 27, 2019 × 0 comments

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Rachel Whiteread – Tate Britain

Rachel Whiteread – Tate Britain

Now that Frieze, Frieze Masters and the PAD art & design fair are packed up, we can move our attention to what else is going on in London this month. October is always chock-a-block with inviting exhibitions, it is hard to know what to recommend first. The Tate Gallery seems […]

by × October 17, 2017 × 0 comments

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Hockney – Tate Britain

Hockney – Tate Britain

Writing about the latest David Hockney exhibition at first seems rather like trying to write about a Stones concert. These cultural icons have established places in the audience’s hearts. Everyone knows exactly what to expect and that’s just fine and dandy although it leaves us struggling to find something new […]

by × March 7, 2017 × 0 comments

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Phyllida Barlow Duveen Gallery Commission at Tate Britain

Phyllida Barlow Duveen Gallery Commission at Tate Britain

The latest commission for the imposing Duveen Gallery at Tate Britain is dock by sculptor Phyllida Barlow. Anyone who visited her impressive exhibition RIG, for Hauser & Wirth‘s Piccadilly gallery, would have been greatly impressed at how she was able to absolutely take over such a selection of varied spaces. Using inexpensive, everyday materials – such as cardboard, […]

by × April 6, 2014 × 4 comments

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Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

It is not often that an exhibition impresses as much as this. The new Richard Hamilton exhibition at Tate Modern, London, is one that has could well make the art world reassess just how important and influential a figure he was, not only amongst British artists but within 20th century art history in […]

by × March 31, 2014 × 2 comments

Arts & Culture, Fashion

Pearls at the V&A

Pearls at the V&A

‘A woman needs ropes and ropes of pearls’ – Coco Chanel  Pearls, is a collaborative exhibition between the V&A and Qatar Museums Authority, which explores the history of pearls from the early Roman Empire to the present day. More than 200 pieces of jewellery and works of art are on display, […]

by × October 20, 2013 × 0 comments