Latest Reviews of Exhibtions in London

Roy Strong at 80

To celebrate the 80th birthday of Sir Roy Strong, the National Portrait Gallery is featuring a series of photographs that transport the gallery’s former director through time; transforming him into various figures from throughout history. In 1967, and at the... Read More!


The second edition of the Saatchi Gallery’s Pangaea exhibition brings together a selection of contemporary work from Africa and Latin America – a maelstrom of political anger, cultural diversity and creative vision. Pangaea refers to the supercontinent that existed approximately... Read More!

Summer Exhibition 2015

Conceptual artist and painter Michael Craig-Martin, curates the 2015 Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition. This unique platform for emerging and established artists has never before looked so impressive. The Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition is probably as much... Read More!

Magna Carta: Law, Liberty, Legacy

To celebrate the eight hundredth anniversary of the Magna Carta, The British Library are showcasing the original document in a special, once-in-a-lifetime exhibition. This is one not to be missed. References to the Magna Carta are flying around quite a... Read More!

The Jam: About the Young Idea

A chronological tour of a band that defined a moment in British history, The Jam: About The Young Idea offers an intimate look at the music of 1970s and 1980s through newspaper clippings, clothes, vinyls and show posters from the... Read More!

Girl – Lucian Freud

The name Lucian Freud, it seems, has become synonymous with both the egregiously uncomfortable sexual imagery of his paintings and his public persona as a notorious womanizer. ‘Girl – Lucien Freud’, the new exhibition at Ordovas, however, paints a different... Read More!

Coral Reefs - Secret Cities of the Sea

The environmental importance and beauty of the world’s coral reefs are the focus of an exhibition currently showing at The Natural History Museum. At first glance, the Natural History Museum’s Jerwood Gallery could easily be mistaken for a spacious laboratory,... Read More!

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Celebrating the 50th year of the competition, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is back at London’s Natural History Museum, proving a treat for anyone with a love for planet Earth. This Natural History Museum exhibition gives wildlife enthusiasts... Read More!

What is Luxury?

What is Luxury? The Victoria and Albert Museum’s summer exhibition, questions current interpretations of luxury and explores what the term could mean in the future. During a time of austerity it’s an excellent question, even better when the museum asking... Read More!

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain

The agonising aspect of wearing extreme footwear, as well as the euphoria and obsession shoes can inspire is explored in the Victoria and Albert Museum’s exhibition, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain. “How beautiful are thy feet with shoes.” (Song of Solomon... Read More!
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