Latest Reviews of Exhibtions in London

Richard Serra at Gagosian Gallery

The Gagosian Gallery on Britannia Street has played host to a diverse selection of global artists since opening its doors ten years ago. Known for championing progressive contemporary art, the gallery has helped secure an otherwise uninspiring neighbourhood a position... Read More!

Reiner Ruthenbeck at the Serpentine Gallery

You'll not get bored at a Reiner Ruthenbeck exhibition that's for sure, the variety of work is a real eye-opener. The Serpentine Gallery is featuring his first major UK exhibition and for anyone unfamiliar with his work it's quite an... Read More!

Terror and Wonder – The Gothic Imagination

Is Gothic still in vogue in such a modernised era like the 21st century? The answer needs to be a resounding: yes. The most obvious example of a Gothic revival in recent times comes from Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight saga, whose... Read More!

The Institute of Sexology

The Wellcome Collections most recent exhibition ‘The Institute of Sexology’ takes a scientific approach to uncovering the history of that most bestial human quality - our sexuality. The viewer is eased in to what will be a show filled with... Read More!
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