Latest Reviews of Exhibtions in London

The EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay

If the name Sonia Delaunay sounds familiar it might be because of her rather more famous husband Robert, but this exhibition at Tate Modern redresses the balance. An exhaustive display takes in everything of note the well-read and well-travelled Sonia... Read More!


Walking along the South in the bracing spring air it’s almost impossible not to be reminded of the Eric Ravilious exhibition at Dulwich Gallery. It’s the prevailing colours– the pale blue sky, white fluffy clouds still carrying a harsh edge... Read More!

Modigliani: A Unique Artistic Voice

One of the best pictures of the Estorick Collection’s entire display is Amedeo Modigliani’s portrait of a doctor in 1918. It is included in the exhibition Modigliani: A Unique Artistic Voice. The man’s face is slender and pale, so much... Read More!

Forensics: the anatomy of crime

Taking as its pivot Edmond Locard’s Exchange Principle that ‘every contact leaves a trace’, this exhibition explores the history, science and art of forensics, moving from the crime scene, to the morgue and the laboratory, to the search, and finally... Read More!

Human Rights, Human Wrongs

“How has so much human devastation taken place and how has so much wrong been enacted on the human body within the climate of human rights?” Here is a central question to this small but powerful exhibition, as posed by... Read More!

Eight Sculptures by Joan Miró at Simon Dickinson Gallery

My last encounter with Miró’s work was at the Fundació Joan Miró in the artist’s hometown of Barcelona. Built in honour of Miró’s contribution to Catalan culture, the museum is situated atop the Montjuic Mountain and possesses a grandeur befitting... Read More!

Patrick Hourihan – The Mysterious Mr K & Company

Anyone visiting Surrealist, Patrick Hourihan’s latest exhibition, The Mysterious Mr K & Company, may well have found themselves trying to figure out who, or even what, Mr K might actually be, long before arriving at the gallery housed within the... Read More!

Drawn by Light – The Royal Photographic Society collection at the Science Museum

Upon entering the Science Museum’s Media Space, a short introduction aims to tell visitors what to expect from Drawn by Light. And what is it that people look forward to, what draws them there, one can wonder? Was the show’s... Read More!

The World’s Most Complete Stegosaurus

Despite dying out 65 million years ago, dinosaurs still seem fascinate us Homo sapiens, so it’s no surprise that they continue to be the main draw at the Natural History Museum. Appealing to both kids and kids at heart, the... Read More!

WORRY WILL VANISH at Hauser & Wirth

Worry Will Vanish is a new audio video installation by Pipilotti Rist, which challenges the visitor to reconnect with their senses in the increasingly hectic way of life our society demands us to have. When entering the blacked out gallery,... Read More!
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