Museums & Exhibitions
Wanderlust Exhibition – Travel Desire Encapsulated in Paintings
Becoming Immortal – Michael Jackson: On The WallAugust 21, 2018
When I hear the phrase the King of Pop only one name comes to my mind. I’m sure the younger generation may argue, but for me, it is still Michael Jackson. In the year of what would be...
Evoking The Genius Of Brancusi At The Museum Of Modern Art In New YorkAugust 16, 2018
The sculptures of Constantin Brancusi remind me of being in a sketch class with a model posing. When the length of the poses are one minute, even two minutes, I haven’t the time to draw a detailed rendering...
Enjoy The Heat Wave With The Great British SeasideAugust 15, 2018
As the United Kingdom experiences one of its hottest summers in the recent years The Great British Seaside: Photography from the 1960s to the present exhibition at the National Maritime Museum offers a brief escape from the sun...
Devoted To Delacroix – A Revealing Look At His Sketchbooks And DrawingsAugust 9, 2018
“Devotion to Drawing: The Karen B. Cohen Collection of Eugène Delacroix” is a thought-provoking exhibit on many levels. Quietly on display on the second floor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art from July 17, 2018, until November 12, 2018, I was...
Life In Motion Review: Egon Schiele And Francesca Woodman At Tate LiverpoolAugust 2, 2018
The current Life in Motion exhibition at Tate Liverpool features a dual display by two equally compelling artists. Captivating studies by Austrian painter Egon Schiele are accompanied by the mesmeric images of American photographer Francesca Woodman. Whilst the...
Mariano Fortuny – A Genius From VeniceJuly 14, 2018
Well, I lied. Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo was not originally from Venice, as he was born in Granada in 1871, a son of the painter also Mariano Fortuny. However, he is considered a naturalized Venetian as he spent...
Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War OneJuly 11, 2018
When you walk into the first room of any exhibition, there is an involuntary holding of the breath as it can often be a make or break moment. Walk into the first room of Tate Britain’s Aftermath: Art...
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