Jean Paul Gaultier Exhibition

This summer, the Barbican is playing host to the first exhibition dedicated to Jean Paul Gaultier. A multitude of creations from the French designer’s numerous collections including Punk Cancan, Boudoir and Eurotrash are displayed… Continue reading

A Surreal Greek Myth

Following on from my last post on Picasso, I thought I’d share another favourite painting from my recent visit to Tate Modern. This time the artist is Dalí, an icon of the 1930s… Continue reading

The Tragedy of Picasso’s Dancing Trio

There’s nothing I love better in this weather than strolling to some of my favourite galleries and museums to take in from some wonderful art. During a recent trip to Tate Modern, I… Continue reading

Warhol & Monroe

Marilyn Monroe and Pop Art is one of those iconic pairings like strawberries and cream or pancakes and syrup, one just isn’t right without the other. In the four months after the premature… Continue reading

Artist Textiles Picasso to Warhol

An impressive collection of textiles, some on display for the first time, are housed in the latest exhibition to arrive at the Fashion & Textile Museum. The displayed fabrics are adorned with prints… Continue reading

Beautiful and Damned – Pam Glew

It’s been a while since I posted about an exhibition but I am back in the swing of things and thought I’d share one of my all time favourite exhibitions with you. Originally showcased… Continue reading

Picasso’s Passionate Painting

Picasso’s “Nude, Green Leaves and Bust” painted in Paris on a single day in March 1932, sold for a record £70 million in May 2010 at Chrisitie’s in New York. Inspired by a… Continue reading

Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore

The latest exhibition to hit Somerset House this winter is a huge celebration of an iconic patron of British fashion, the late Isabella Blow. Famed for discovering and launching British fashion talents, most… Continue reading

Walking Through Fashion’s Footprints

Nestled in the heart of London’s V&A is a stunning display of design, structure and history dedicated to the innovation and development of fashion from the eighteenth century to the present day. History… Continue reading

The Everlasting Flame

Intricately carved funerary altars, detailed reliefs, temples, ancient religious rituals and Gods – no this is not Ancient Greece but Zorastrianism, the subject of the latest exhibition at the Brunei Gallery in London’s… Continue reading

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