Category Archives: Exhibition Reviews

About The Young Idea: The Jam at Somerset House

A chronological tour of a band that defined a moment in British history, The Jam: About The Young Idea offers an intimate look at the music of 1970s and 1980s through newspaper clippings, clothes, vinyls and show posters from the

About The Young Idea: The Jam at Somerset House

A chronological tour of a band that defined a moment in British history, The Jam: About The Young Idea offers an intimate look at the music of 1970s and 1980s through newspaper clippings, clothes, vinyls and show posters from the

Frieze Masters 2014

The much younger sibling of the well-established contemporary art goliath Frieze London, Frieze Masters is really upping the game that is global art fairs. Now in its third year, Frieze Masters profiles any work created by renowned arts figures made

Frieze Masters 2014

The much younger sibling of the well-established contemporary art goliath Frieze London, Frieze Masters is really upping the game that is global art fairs. Now in its third year, Frieze Masters profiles any work created by renowned arts figures made

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

You will already have seen The Snail, 1953 and Blue Nude, 1952, but don’t fool yourself into thinking that you have seen everything that Henri Matisse’s cut outs have to offer.  This bestseller show is a colourful and exciting look

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

You will already have seen The Snail, 1953 and Blue Nude, 1952, but don’t fool yourself into thinking that you have seen everything that Henri Matisse’s cut outs have to offer.  This bestseller show is a colourful and exciting look

The Pretend Artist: How to hate Jeff Koons like art’s in crowd

The man every critic loves to hate, Jeff Koons is arguably the biggest artist in the world right now. He holds the title of ‘World’s most Expensive Living Artist’ and his solo show at The Whitney has people queuing for

The Pretend Artist: How to hate Jeff Koons like art’s in crowd

The man every critic loves to hate, Jeff Koons is arguably the biggest artist in the world right now. He holds the title of ‘World’s most Expensive Living Artist’ and his solo show at The Whitney has people queuing for

Louise Bourgeois: Works on Paper

Sequestered upstairs, without the fan fair of Tate Modern’s blockbuster shows, is a small four room exhibit of one of the most important female artists of the last century. Louise Bourgeois is best known for her monstrous spider sculptures, one

Louise Bourgeois: Works on Paper

Sequestered upstairs, without the fan fair of Tate Modern’s blockbuster shows, is a small four room exhibit of one of the most important female artists of the last century. Louise Bourgeois is best known for her monstrous spider sculptures, one

Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

Considered in the popular consciousness as an American phenomenon with Warhol at its helm, it is often forgotten that Pop Art is a movement started in Great Britain: Sir Peter Blake, David Hockney and Richard Hamilton helped to start a

Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

Considered in the popular consciousness as an American phenomenon with Warhol at its helm, it is often forgotten that Pop Art is a movement started in Great Britain: Sir Peter Blake, David Hockney and Richard Hamilton helped to start a

What’s the Point of It? Martin Creed at Hayward Gallery

Exhibition Review of Martin Creed What’s the point of it? commissioned by Candid Magazine. Hayward Gallery always manages to put on experimental or ground breaking shows. Whether the artwork is invisible or, in this case, full of fun, you’re never short

What’s the Point of It? Martin Creed at Hayward Gallery

Exhibition Review of Martin Creed What’s the point of it? commissioned by Candid Magazine. Hayward Gallery always manages to put on experimental or ground breaking shows. Whether the artwork is invisible or, in this case, full of fun, you’re never short