Latest Reviews of Exhibtions in London

Botticelli Reimagined

Botticelli means ‘little barrel’ and the V&A’s latest exhibition rolls down the centuries from contemporary reinterpretations to the Pre-Raphaelites to the master himself. Some works of art are so perfect it is difficult to imagine them ever being constructed: the... Read More!

Vogue 100: A Century of Style

This spring the National Portrait Gallery opens its doors to a century of the internationally renowned fashion magazine, British Vogue. From cover to end, the exhibition explores the significance of this publication’s memory, and what it brings to British life... Read More!

Betty Woodman

The prolific American artist brings her sculptures of the strange and familiar to London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, in her first solo UK exhibition. The Betty Woodman exhibition at the ICA is a playground of sorts. As you enter the... Read More!

Alice in Wonderland

The 150th anniversary of the publication of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, is being celebrated at London’s British Library until April 2016. Entering the British Library’s entrance hall can be a confusing business these days. Believing you’ve travelled down a... Read More!

Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

The 19th century painter Eugène Delacroix is regarded as one of the leading lights of the French Romantic Movement. In the National Gallery’s latest exhibition, the curators address his influence on succeeding generations of artists. I once knew an elderly... Read More!

Painting Norway: Nikolai Astrup

The Dulwich Picture Gallery present the UK’s first ever exhibition on landscape painter Nikolai Astrup, the under appreciated Norwegian contemporary of Edvard Munch. There cannot be many artists who can depict the same setting over and over again with little... Read More!

Electronic Superhighway

The Whitechapel Art Gallery’s latest exhibition Electronic Superhighway reveals the exciting and eclectic relationship between art and technology. You would be forgiven for being a little taken aback upon entering Electronic Superhighway at the Whitechapel Art Gallery. As soon as... Read More!

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Plum trees in spring time, young girls in dahlias, apple trees, chrysanthemums and vegetable gardens are among the delights in this sunny Royal Academy exhibition, but the prize blooms are Claude Monet’s water lilies. As London crouches in the teeth... Read More!

Tibet’s Secret Temple

Tibet’s Secret Temple is an exploration of the relationship between the human mind and the physical spaces it occupies. It traces the history of Tantric Buddhism, which was founded within the hidden Lukhang temple. Unearthing the story of Tibet’s temple,... Read More!

Lee Miller: A Woman's War

The current exhibition at the Imperial War Museum narrates the transitions Lee Miller made throughout her career: from model to fashion photographer, from photojournalist for Vogue to official US war correspondent. Miller’s lens often focused on women, and the images... Read More!
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