Tag Archive: exhibition

Wonderland at Mead Carney Gallery

We all have our favourite artists and photographers whose work we adore and revisit their creations time and time again in books and online catalogues; but it’s quite another to get the chance to… Continue reading

Savage Beauty

“I’m a romantic schizophrenic” – Alexander McQueen I first heard that a retrospective dedicated to Alexander McQueen at the V&A last year and instantly purchased my ticket online.  After an enduring seven month wait, the… Continue reading

All That Glitters

She famously sang “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” so it seems only appropriate that Marilyn Monroe has been immortalised in a series of diamond dust artwork. In collaboration with Twentieth Century Fox, contemporary… Continue reading

The Story of Colour

It’s easy to take the availability and accessibility of coloured paints for granted. When we run out of cobalt or chartreuse paint, we simply pay a visit to our favourite art shop and… Continue reading

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

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