Gallery Girl meets Tabloid Art History

200 years ago, only the very elites of society would be seen taking an interest in art history. Museums were only open when the ‘lower classes’ were working, so even if you were artistically inclined, renaissance paintings were only viewable by those who did not need to work to survive. Luckily for us however, nearly […]

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Frieze & Frieze Masters @ Regents Park

In the past five days i have been to six exhibitions and four art fairs. It is safe to say that the quiet Summer season is over and the London art scene has reached its peak this Frieze Week. This year was my first at Frieze and I must admit I found it a little […]

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Degas @ Royal Academy

Movement was the focus for this season’s Degas centered exhibition at the Royal Academy. Photography and film showed spectators a previously unthought-of and unexplored influence into the artist of the dance. An array of original film is spread all over this exhibition, which you are greeted to by the silhouette of a single ballerina in […]

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