National Portrait Gallery and the first major exhibition Picasso Portraits for twenty years.
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
The London Original Print Fair 2016 was at the Royal Academy of Arts.
David Franchi – Monday, 9th May 2016. An interesting London Original Print Fair came back to the Royal Academy of Arts for the 2016. The London Original Print Fair 2016 … Continue reading
London Art Fair 2015 was a success.
David Franchi – Wednesday, 28th January 2015 London Art Fair 2015 has been a 27th successful edition, at the Business Design Centre, Islington, from 21 until 25 January 2015. The … Continue reading
From Bruegel to Freud, a summer showcase of prints at The Courtauld Gallery, London.
Tuesday, 30th Spetember 2014 The prints exhibition Bruegel to Freud showed works that are not on permanent display, at the Courtauld Gallery, London. The Courtauld Gallery put on show some … Continue reading
London enthralled by PAD – Pavilion of Art and Design 2012.
London enthralled by PAD – Pavilion of Art and Design 2012. David Franchi – 22nd October 2012 “its an interesting combination of different categories” London PAD 2012 was a fascinating … Continue reading
“Damien Hirst” attracted over 460,000 visitors at Tate Modern.
The incomplete truth, 2006 © LondonArtReviews.com “Damien Hirst” attracted over 460,000 visitors at Tate Modern. David Franchi – 19th September 2012 “It is the most visited solo exhibition ever held … Continue reading
“Picasso prints: the Vollard Suite” at the British Museum.
“Picasso prints: the Vollard Suite” at the British Museum. David Franchi – Monday, 2nd July 2012 “Marie-Thérèse Walter soon became his model, muse and lover” The Picasso’s series of etching … Continue reading
London parallel between Mondrian and Nicholson at the Courtauld Gallery.
Piet Mondrian, Composition C (no.III), with Red, Yellow and Blue (1935) © 2012 Mondrian/ Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International Washington DC London parallel between Mondrian and Nicholson at the Courtauld Gallery. … Continue reading
The importance of Picasso for the Modern British Art at the Tate Britain.
The importance of Picasso for the Modern British Art at the Tate Britain. David Franchi – Saturday, 26th May 2012 “many British artists have responded to Picasso’s influence” The focus … Continue reading