Latest Reviews of Exhibtions in London

Masters of the Everyday: Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer

The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace presents a remarkable collection Dutch Golden Age artworks acquired by the British monarchy since the 17th century. Kings and queens are not by known for their collection of paintings depicting the everyday. Upon visiting a... Read More!

Henry Moore Comes Home

As the nostalgic title suggests, Henry Moore Comes Home brings together a selection of Henry Moore’s lithographs and etchings from the British Council Collection. On the ground floor of the British Council building tucked between Trafalgar Square and St James’... Read More!

Susan Hiller, Lisson Gallery

Susan Hiller’s debut exhibition at Lisson Gallery presents a number of recently rediscovered early works alongside some of her most famous pieces and work made this year. Despite taking place in a commercial gallery, the resulting exhibition is of museum... Read More!

Ann Veronica Janssens, ‘States of Mind

Ann Veronica Janssens latest installation ‘yellowbluepink’ is the kind of artwork which is almost irresistibly Instagrammable: its distinctive wash of hues has been relentlessly shared on social media networks. This ubiquitousness in no way undermines the quality of the work,... Read More!

Bob & Roberta Smith: Art is Your Human Right

An exhibition of slogans and texts critiquing government policy on the arts by a contemporary artist is well placed in a gallery that was once home to the 19th century designer, thinker and revolutionary socialist, William Morris. The William Morris... Read More!

Egypt: Faith After The Pharaohs

The British Museum explores Judaism, Christianity and Islam in Egypt over the course of 1200 years of history. After thousands of years of worshiping multiple gods, how did the devotion of the one God of Christianity, Islam and Judaism come... Read More!

Celts: Art and Identity

Through beautiful objects and artworks, the British Museum explores what it has meant to be a Celt in the ancient world up to the present day. There cannot be many exhibitions that take as its focus a group of people... Read More!

Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture

Playful, random, mechanical , balletic, the new exhibition of Alexander Calder’s mobiles made of sheet metal and steel rods and drawings in wire go down a storm this winter. Alexander Calder (1898-1976) is one of those artists who children in... Read More!

Alec Soth: Gathered Leaves

Gathered Leaves is a retrospective look at four photographic projects by artist Alec Soth. Arranged thematically, Soth sheds light on contemporary America with a sense of timelessness as he echoes the nineteenth century poetry of Walt Whitman, while focusing on... Read More!

Jerwood/Photoworks Award

This group exhibition highlights three of the most exciting emerging photographic talents of the moment: Matthew Finn, Joanna Piotrowska and Tereza Zelenkova. Haven’t heard of them? If the quality of the work on display at Southwark’s Jerwood Space is anything... Read More!
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