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October 21, 2019

2nd October 2019 – 12th January 2020

Exhibition ticket: £5

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As you might expect from the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Honey-Suckle Company’s exhibition Omnibus doesn’t follow a linear structure. People file clockwise past paintings framed on the walls, waiting...

October 6, 2019

September 30–December 21, 2019

FREE Entry

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The entrance into Cy Twombly’s exhibition at the Gagosian seemed reminiscent of a graveyard. Structures of varying sizes all displayed as one unit, with the audience walking up and down the aisles of gallery space to pay...

May 1, 2019

3rd March - 2nd June 2019

Standard Ticket - £14

Student Ticket - £11

Under 16s go free

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It is quite fitting that The Renaissance Nude at the Royal Academy of Arts is a haven of multiplicity. I would dare anyone who visits, after a meander through, not to be struck...

March 19, 2019

18th March – 7th July 2019

Standard Ticket - £16 Monday – Friday

                                 £18 Saturday – Sunday

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It is no surprise that the National Gallery’s exhibition on Joa...

March 1, 2019

27th February – 02 June 2019

Newport Street Gallery

10am–6pm, Tuesday–Sunday

Free entry

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Despite the clinical, cavernous setting inside Newport Street Gallery, the works of both John Bellany and Alan Davie are certainly not engulfed or sanitised by this – they sta...

February 4, 2019

2 February - 5 May 2019

Adult £10.90
Concession £8.20

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Descending into David Adjaye's Making Memory exhibition is not to be passed off as a standard entrance. It seems rather fitting for a tribute to memorials and monuments to begin with a transformation downward...

October 28, 2018

 24 October 2018 – 24 February 2019

Standard ticket £18 

Concessions £17

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If an artist proffers an agenda of social reform, to what extent must we read into their work the manifesto they say they are attempting to project? For Edward Burne-Jones, born in an i...

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