Art & Photography

Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins at The Barbican Review

Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins, at The Barbican, is a photography exhibition…

Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919-1933 – Tate Liverpool Exhibition Review

The August Sander/Otto Dix exhibition at Tate Liverpool is one of the most satisfying exhibitions I’ve seen for a long time. The title is entirely appropriate

Ed Ruscha at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Review

“I travel a lot, but I don’t come away with new inspiration” – Ed Ruscha…

The Invention of Realism: Beyond Caravaggio at the National Gallery of Scotland

The title of this exhibition – if you’re inclined to be pedantic – could be…

Robert Rauschenberg Exhibition at the Tate Modern Review

As the Royal Academy of Art closes the doors on the magnificent Abstract Expressionism exhibition…

Botticelli Reimagined at the V&A – Review

Studying Art, it’s almost a rite of passage. As I began my Fine Art degree,…

Silent Quarter: Your Chance To Own Tim Lane’s Illustrated Short Story

Tim Lane is a Bristol based artist whose gothic drawing style is highly recognisable and…

Frank Auerbach Exhibition at the Tate Britain

There is an overwhelming urge to grab the painting. Wrap your grubby hands around the…

Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for the Modern World – Tate Modern Review

Barbara Hepworth’s striking sculptures are known for their organic form. The curved spaces and deep…

Hermès Wanderland Exhibition at The Saatchi Gallery – Review

The Saatchi Gallery, a short walk from Sloane Square station and the Royal Court Theatre,…

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector – Barbican Exhibition Review

“Sorry, no photographs” ushers the gallery employee. In this tech-savvy instagramming world, you’d think the…