Tag Archive: Photography

Botticelli Reimagined

One of the most celebrated artists in history, Sandro Botticelli, is an infamous name that immediately brings to mind two of the most famous paintings ever created; the ‘Primavera’ and ‘The Birth Of… Continue reading

Vogue 100: A Century Of Style

The couture is to die for, the photography is sublime – a stunning combination that becomes an art form in its own right. Celebrating a century of style, the latest photography exhibition at London’s… Continue reading

All About Audrey

The hottest exhibition of summer has arrived, Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon at the National Portrait Gallery. This landmark gallery is playing host to a once-in-a-lifetime retrospective of one of the most… Continue reading

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

The Enchanting World of Oleg Oprisco Photography

In today’s digital age images can be captured and given perfect lighting with expensive equipment and colours can be altered at the touch of a button with photo editing software and mobile apps.… Continue reading

Louise Sands Photography

The photography scene has an exciting new addition in the form of Louise Sands. A budding young photographer and screen writer based in Central London, Louise is adept at bringing a subject to… Continue reading