All posts tagged exhibition

‘The Squash’ at the Tate Britain

No this exhibition is not inspired around squash as in the sport, or as in the Robinson’s fruit juice, but rather squash as in the vegetable. Quite frankly it is […]

Home Strike: A feminist art exhibition subverting the role of ‘Woman’

The Home Strike exhibition at the L’etrangere gallery in Shoreditch brings together four women artists as they trace feminism from the 1970s to our contemporary political scene. While distinct in […]

Basquiat Boom for Real

I hadn’t heard of Basquiat before this highly anticipated exhibition landed in the Barbican Art Gallery. In truth, it was because the photo of Basquiat with his Aaron helmet and […]

Cézanne is not to be missed

Having holidayed in Paris in the summer and visited the portraits of Paul Cézanne at the Musée d’Orsay (Paris’ equivalent of the Tate Modern), I can give you an inside […]

Perfume & The Forgotten Artists

Whilst attending Somerset House’s Perfume: A Sensory Journey through Contemporary Scent, I couldn’t tell if I was being treated to a sensory journey, or if I’d just paid nine quid […]

London’s Art

London is renowned for being one of the world’s best cities when it comes to the arts and culture. London’s contemporary art scene is forever thriving with new artists and […]

Selfie to Self-Expression

It’s something we’re all guilty of: the selfie. Admittedly, as I press the button to take the snap I capture a hypocrite who also preaches about the selfie being a […]

The British Museum presents: The American (Unobtainable?) Dream

The American nation, currently in a politically frenzied state not that dissimilar from our own, still unfortunately showcases yet also battles scenarios of racism, feminism, and many more “isms”. The […]

Review: David Hockney Exhibition

The David Hockney exhibition at the Tate Britain has been the fastest selling showcase in the Gallery’s history and displays over 250 works from his long, and diverse, artistic career. […]