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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Richard Hamilton @ National Gallery

When Richard Hamilton passed away last year he was working on an exhibition for the National Gallery. The British Pop artist famed for works such as ‘What is it that makes today’s homes so different? So Appealing?’, was known for his up-to-date, modern and ironic work. However it appears the artist’s work was also deeply […]

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Art Drive @ ICA

It is a case of so much to do, so little time for me right now, and with the London 2012 festival I really have been spoilt for choice when the odd free moment arises. However, I did manage to catch a glimpse of the ICA’s art drive at Great Eastern Street Car Park, although […]

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Warhol & Mauro @ Halcyon Gallery

‘In my life I had many loves but none that seemed to last, but art was different, and in the end I just had to dive in’ – Mauro Perucchetti This is the quote inscribed on one of the walls of the Halcyon Gallery – a gallery which is hosting an exhibition to show the […]

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