All posts tagged Art

Mayerling Review – Dark, Dangerous and Utterly Thrilling.

Warning *historical spoilers* will follow! The start of a new academic year for me also means the start of a new season at the Royal Opera House, and first up […]

From Grammy’s to Oscars and the other way around

If anything, A Star is Born proves the versatility of Hollywood actors. Christina Aguilera played a comparable role in Burlesque, with a voice that is just as insane as Gaga’s, […]

Exclusive Review: Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro

As Halloween draws nearer, what could be more fitting than an exhibition centred around pumpkins? Titled ‘The Moving Moment when I went to the Universe’, Kusama’s exhibition consists of four […]

The Sorrows of War: Remembrance Day and Remembrance Art

No, Remembrance Sunday does not glorify war; it never has, and never will. Yes, you would be right to say that the symbol of the poppy has its roots in […]

Banksy: Activist, Anarchist, or Consumer Art Addict?

Banksy’s art, politics and controversies have made them a household name since their first appearances in the early 2000s. His works, which have appeared both on decrepit London walls and […]

Exclusive Review: Johny Dar @ London Fashion Week

As we walked up to Blacks Club in Soho, my friend Phoebe and I were greeted by beaming doormen. Walking around Soho during London Fashion Week can be a daunting […]

‘Eden to Empire’ at The National Gallery

‘Eden to Empire’ at the National Gallery follows Thomas Cole and his contemporaries’ responses to the industrial revolution. For only £12 a ticket, the exhibition is a window into this […]

MUSE – An introduction

= M U S E = What MUSE is: Muse is a platform for anybody who is a girl, or identifies as one, at QMUL. No matter your race, religion, […]

Head Above Water: A public art piece bringing mental health to the Thames.

Standing at nine metres tall, a new interactive and thought-provoking sculpture by Steuart Padwick, and supported by Time to Change, is captivating the landscape and the city of London. The design, […]