RA Summer Exhibition 2023: The Perfect Stage

  I recently took the time to visit the 2023 Summer Exhibition in London, and was deeply attracted by all kinds of imagin

China’s hidden century: Qing Dynasty and its legacy

Recently, a very interesting exhibition is being held in the British Museum, called “China’s Hidden Century”

Photo London 2023: The Photo Therapy Experience

  Photo London returns to Somerset House for the 8th year, presenting 125 exhibitors from 56 cities from across the globe

Frieze 2022: In times of ugly, the best protest is beauty

  We are living in an ugly time. The pandemic, war and extreme politics take control of global population. The wealthiest

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

  Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 360º digital art exhibition in London that invites you to step into the unive

Masterpiece London 2022: Luxury and Exploratory

  Masterpiece London is one of my favourite art fair. It is housed in Royal Hospital Chelsea every summer, and offers fre

RA Summer Exhibition 2022: Climate

  An explosion of colour in the galleries, drinks in the courtyard and artist-designed flags flying down London’s iconi

Tiffany: Vision and Virtuosity

  Is it a Tiffany brand exhibition actually? Yes. Is it trying to boost sales? Well, really hard to say. If you jump the

A Quick Look: Surrealism Beyond Borders

  Surrealism is not a style – but a state of mind. It aims to subvert reality. To find the uncanny in the everyday. To

Cornelia Parker

  Cornelia Parker is one of Britain’s best loved and most acclaimed contemporary artists. Always driven by curiosit

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms

Let’s be clear, the tickets were sold out until 30th September long time ago. You will not be able to buy tickets from t

Photo London 2022: The Best Photography Show

This year’s Photo London — coming hot on the heels of September 2021’s sixth edition, the world’s first international

London Art Fair – April special version

This year, and probably only this year, London Art Fair will run from 20-24 April 2022, highlighting a selection of the best

Acute Art presents | KAWS: NEW FICTION

In his first major solo exhibition in London, NEW FICTION, KAWS (Brian Donnelly b.1974) presents new and recent works in physi

Frieze London & Sculpture 2021

The return of Frieze to Regent’s Park is symbolic for the “new normal” life, which literally means normal ex

RA Summer Exhibitions 2021: Reclaiming Magic

How wonderful is it for me to visit the RA Summer Exhibition again! Of course, the world is still struggling with the pandemic

Loading Bay Photography & Art Exhibition at the Truman Brewery

  Taking place over two days 19-20th September in the heart of Shoreditch, Design & Craft will be accompanied by an e

Dora Maar

  History remembers Dora Maar as Picasso’s “weeping woman”, but she is far more than that simple figure. At Interna

Nam June Paik

    “Skin has become inadequate in interfacing with reality. Technology has become the body’s new membra

Patrick Staff: On Venus

    Unexpected dim yellow light pouring down on me when I stepped into the entrance of the Serpentine Sackler Galler

London Art Fair 2020

  London Art Fair 2020 is quite extraordinary. The fair brings together more than 100 galleries to Business Design Centre

Cars: Accelerating the Modern World

  Have you watched the movie Ford v Ferrari? Henry Ford wanted to make cars affordable for everyone. His moving assembly

Troy Exhibition: Myth Continues

  Have you watched the cartoon “Olympus Star”? This is how I know the Trojan War, when I was a young kid doin

The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Gauguin Portraits

  No one is good; no one is evil;  everyone is both,  in the same way and in different ways. …It is so small a thing,

Lucian Freud: I only turn my unflinching eye firmly on myself

  Lucien Freud was born in Berlin, Germany in 1922. His father Ernst Ludwig Freud is a Jewish architect in Austria, and h

Nan Goldin: I will be your mirror

  This is a self-portrait of photographer Nan Goldin. The work is called “Nan, who was beaten after a month”.

Tim Walker: Wonderful Things

  1   Clocks and memories of grandma. The boy started his career by taking photos in the garden.      

Antony Gormley: Body is a kind of vessel

  “From the British coastline to the rooftops of Manhattan, Antony Gormley’s sculptures are recognised across the

FRIEZE 2019: Sex, Nude, Women

Have you ever been curious and want to know how many artworks about sex, nude and women some big fairs like Frieze will show?

Art Glass Sculptures by Roberta Mason

  “My work is inspired by the formation of waves, language of bubbles and the amazing world of marine creatures.  My a

Museum of the Moon

  Since 2016 the Moon has been circling the globe, lighting up spaces from Bilbao to Beijing including abbeys and swimmin

Olafur Eliasson In Real Life

  It is stupid to say this but I highly recommend this exhibition in Tate Modern to everyone. There are over 40 works of

Still Good to See Manga in British Museum

  I really adore the entrance setting. A little girl is looking into the room where the universe of Manga is residing wit

Manolo Blahnik Shoes At the Wallace Collection

  The Wallace Collection, in my mind, is a fine complement to National Gallery. Located not far from Selfridges facing th

Masterpiece 2019 Highlights

  Masterpiece London is the must-attend event of the capital’s summer art season, interestingly paired with RA Summer E

RA Summer Exhibition 2019: Must Go And Must Buy

RA Summer Exhibition has been held every year without interruption since 1769 “open to all artists of distinguished merit�

We Want Quant, Mary Quant

  “Life was a whizz! It was such fun and unexpectedly wonderful despite, or perhaps because of its intensity… we were

LCC Degree Show 2019: Some Art We Like and Some We Do Not Like

  UAL/LCC Degree Show 2019 Part 1 is generally a great one. I found it quite enjoyable to wander along seeing a lot of ex

Photo London 2019: Drinks, Books and Photos

  It is now the fifth year of Photo London Fair. Building on the success of its first four editions, Photo London 2019 r

Tracy Emin: A Fortnight of Tears

  She was deadly worried she will not be a famous artist. She thought she was done. Until the ‘bed show’ was