Veronese @ National Gallery

Verona is famous for Romeo and Juliet and its Roman ruins. 60 miles to the east, is Venice, the city that produced such artists as Bellini, Canaletto and Titian. In 1553 at the age of 25, Paolo Caliari from Verona moved to Venice and acquired the nickname Veronese and now a monographic show of 50 […]

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Daumier @ Royal Academy

Political cartoons are not uncommon across newspaper’s today. They are humorous and often have the courage to visually express what everyone is thinking but doesn’t really want to openly admit. Honore Daumier was a French artist who is most famous for his prints of this nature in the 19th century. These are now on display […]

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Sarah Lucas @ Whitechapel

Sex has long been a popular subject in art throughout history. From renaissance nudes to Japanese Shunga prints. It should not be something that surprises us. Sarah Lucas is renowned for this type of work, however it comes off crude and seedy. Many of us may be used to works of art where sex is […]

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Australia @ RA

Australia. An island which many of us Brits believe to be an attractive holiday destination in the southern hemisphere. A land of beaches and eternal summers. This isn’t necessarily 100% true, though I have been myself multiple times, and I can’t say it isn’t a nice place. Australia also happens to be the place where […]

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Chanel @ LCF

The London College of Fashion is aptly situated behind Oxford Circus. The school is famous for churning out some of the UK’s most successful designers, stylists and make up artists which include J.W. Anderson, Jimmy Choo and LK Bennett to name but a few. The College however is also home to its very own gallery: […]

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Vermeer @ National Gallery

Currently on display at the National Gallery are a handful of 17th century instruments alongside Dutch paintings. The Gallery is celebrating summer with a look into the role of music in society from group performances to intimate interactions between student and teacher. Although small, the exhibition gives a fair look at Dutch paintings of the […]

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Mariko Mori @ Burlington Gardens

The artwork of Japanese artist Mariko Mori is unlike anything I am used to. Her exhibition at the Royal Academy’s Burlington Gardens is a display of light, nature and purity. The show is deeply concerned with the natural world, the seasons and the life cycle. It is sort of like a science, religion and art […]

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