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Five must-see exhibitions in London for Christmas 2014

Five must-see exhibitions in London for Christmas 2014

It’s a given that whatever the season London’s art scene will always be a rich source of varied work, showcasing household names to up-and-coming practitioners. Relevant yet ever-changing, London’s galleries in the weeks running [read more]

Small Stories: At Home in a Doll’s House at the V&A Museum of Childhood | Exhibition review

Small Stories: At Home in a Doll’s House at the V&A Museum of Childhood
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Through the stories of 12 doll’s houses from the past 300 years, visitors to the V&A Museum of Childhood are offered a unique look at British social history. By way of these doll’s houses visitors gain an insight into the [read more]

Information Age at the Science Museum | Exhibition review

Information Age at the Science Museum
EXHIBITION REVIEW

200 years of design and innovation in communication and information technologies are celebrated in Information Age: Six Networks that Changed Our World, the Science Museum’s newest and largest permanent gallery. This exhibition is [read more]

Post Pop: East Meets West at Saatchi Gallery | Exhibition review

Post Pop: East Meets West at Saatchi Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

“Bringing together 250 pieces of original work by 110 different artists, this exhibition aims to bring contemporary art and its influences to as wide an audience as possible”, Saatchi Gallery director Nigel Hurst explained at the grand [read more]

Mikhail Baryshinkov: Dancing Away at ContiniArtUK | Exhibition review

Mikhail Baryshinkov: Dancing Away at ContiniArtUK
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The newest exhibition at the ContiniArtUK comprises of a selection of the photographic works of the dancer and dedicated artistic figure that is Mikhail Baryshinkov. Aptly titled Dancing Away the Latvian graduate of the Vaganova [read more]

Jockum Nordström : For the Insects and the Hounds at the David Zwirner Gallery | Exhibition review

Jockum Nordström : For the Insects and the Hounds at the David Zwirner Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The internationally-celebrated David Zwirner Gallery has represented Swedish-born artist Jockum Nordström since 2000. After five shows in New York, For the Insects and the Hounds is his first solo show at the London gallery. Presenting a [read more]

Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern | Exhibition review

Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Conflict, Time, Photography is being mounted at the Tate to coincide with the centenary of World War One, and presents an alternative impression of war photography. This is not an exhibition full of images depicting the immediate brutal [read more]

Gerhard Richter: Selected Works at the Marian Goodman Gallery | Exhibition review

Gerhard Richter: Selected Works at the Marian Goodman Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

With its blinding white walls, columns and ceilings, naked of the dust and smudges that colour more weather-worn galleries, Marian Goodman’s new London space is cold and barren, desperate for an injection of life. Instead, Gerhard [read more]

Cécile B Evans: Hyperlinks at Seventeen | Exhibition review

Cécile B Evans: Hyperlinks at Seventeen
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Hyperlinks is an audacious new exhibition by award-winning Belgian-American artist Cécile B Evans at Seventeen gallery. The full title of the exhibition – Hyperlinks, or it didn’t happen – alludes to an Internet challenge: if [read more]

The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection | Exhibition review

The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The past was not always as sexually repressed as people believe, something visitors to The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection are brought to realise. As visitors enter they are confronted with a cavalcade of cases containing [read more]

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