Art reviews

Art reviews, covering some of the latest art exhibitions, including paintings, sculpture, photography, video and design installations.

Paper Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery review

Paper Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery review

The Paper Exhibition is the name of the stunning installation at the Saatchi Gallery that took place in Summer 2013, and as with 2012′s Korean Eye it was one of the must see art installations in London. As the name suggests its focus was on one medium alone; paper, for anyone not quite awake enough(…)

Korean Eye 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery review

Korean Eye 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery review

The opening weekend of the London 2012 Olympic Games turned out not to be as busy as everyone expected – maybe Boris Johnson bumbling away on every station platform to get Londoners to get ahead of the games did the trick after all – so fitting in a trip to the latest Saatchi Gallery exhibition,(…)

The Damien Hirst exhibition review

The Damien Hirst exhibition review

The Damien Hirst exhibition is one of the must see curations of the year and it lives up to its hype in every aspect of its massive range and scope. Whether you just look at the aesthetics of Damien Hirst’s work or try to unravel the story behind it all, the exhibition at the Tate(…)

Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman

Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman

Silly, intelligent, poignant and blurring the boundaries between contemporary culture and historical remains, Grayson Perry‘s The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman is a testimony to

The Cult of Beauty exhibition at the V&A review

The Cult of Beauty exhibition at the V&A review

London’s Victoria & Albert Museum enjoys quite an enviable reputation. Widely thought to be the world’s leading museum of art and design, its permanent collection houses a treasure trove of

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2010 review

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2010 review

We finally got around to seeing the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2010 on the weekend of the 12th Feb, towards the end of its run, and it was well worth the wait. After the disqualification of the winner from last year, the Natural History Museum exhibition had some work cut out for itself(…)

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