“Modern Art” is a very involving book by Amy Dempsey, published by Thames & Hudson, London. The author, Dempsey, has singled out t host important moments in Modern Art. The … Continue reading
“Looking at pictures” by Susan Woodford is an interesting book published by Thames & Hudson, London. A pocket sized paperback, “Looking at pictures” can enhance visit to an exhibition for … Continue reading
Great “No Not Never None” exhibition by Everett and Lattanzi Antinori at the Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London.
London – The exhibition “No Not Never None” was very interesting at the Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery. It was a two artists exhibition, Jeremy Everett and Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, who both … Continue reading
London – “Rewind” by Julie Umerle was a captivating exhibition at the Art Bermondsey Project Space. The exhibition “Rewind: A solo exhibition of recent paintings” presented works by Julie Umerle, including four large-scale paintings, a series of smaller canvases and a series of … Continue reading
London – The National Portrait Gallery staged a major exhibition of portraits by Pablo Picasso. The exhibition Picasso Portraits included over 75 works by the artist in all media, varying from well-known masterpieces to those less famous. … Continue reading
London – The V&A Museum exhibition “Undressed” is an involving narrative of the underwear. Spanning from the 18th century to present days, the exhibition “Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear” is focused on the protective character of the underwear, but … Continue reading
Anniversary of Freud and his Museum in London marked by Mark Wallinger’s self –reflections exhibition.
London – “Self Reflection” by Mark Wallinger has been an interesting exhibition, which also marked the 30th anniversary of the Freud Museum, but also the 160th anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud. Turner Prize winning artist Mark … Continue reading
Revolution exhibition at the V&A Museum, the years from 1966 to 1970 changed the mankind, London. (Part two)
London – “You Say You Want a Revolution?” exhibition positively transforms the approach to the 1996 – 1970 period, at the V&A Museum. (Continues from part one) The “Section 5: Revolution in living” focuses on the hundreds of … Continue reading