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March 18, 2020

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography is a staggering exhibition, the kind you need to see twice due to its sheer scale. On display are over 300 images that create a remarkable catalogue of the male condition, past and present. The show opens with John Coplan’s...

March 12, 2020

4th March – 25th May 2020

Standard Ticket - £16

Concessions - £15

Tate Collective - £5

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John Keats died of tuberculosis in 1821, at the age of 25. Aestheticized in the early nineteenth-century as a symbol of passion, spirituality and creativity, it seems fitting th...

March 9, 2020

8th March 2020, International Women’s Day. I see this day as significant because clearly as we can tell from rape cases (only 1.7% of which are prosecuted in England and Wales) the gender pay gap and cat-calling - amongst other things - sexism is still rife. However, t...

March 3, 2020

Walking into Collect feels a bit like having been shrunk down and thrown into a cabinet of curiosities. Spread over three wings, Collect is London’s craft and design fair. With works from 42 galleries, each representing several artists, as well as 12 independent artist...

March 3, 2020

29th January - 12th April 2020

Ticket price £5

Free for all on Tuesdays

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A blank surface, seemingly innocuous items, and a barrage of information is what you’re faced with at the Institute of Contemporary Arts’ new exhibition by Cameron Rowland. The title even fit...

March 3, 2020

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

Melting arctic ice blocks in front of the Tate Modern, trash fashion shows, pictures and installations about our fevery planet. As the climate crisis roars on, the phenomenon of environmental art has become more and more pres...

February 16, 2020

23rd Jan – 31st May 2020

FREE Entry

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I Should Be Doing Something Else Right Now is a one room show inside Somerset House's Gallery 31. Works from six artists in the studio community are on display, they have been asked to address “the idea of change and it's tran...

February 3, 2020

25th January — 13rd April 2020

Standard Ticket - £22

Student Ticket - £18

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Walking into the RA’s new show ‘Picasso and Paper’, one is immediately facing La Vie (1903), an oil on canvas. It’s not quite the opening piece one would imagine for an exhibition about Pi...

February 3, 2020

27th November 2019 – 1st March 2020

FREE Entry

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David Bomberg, 'The Mud Bath', 1914 © Tate, London. Image courtesy of the National Gallery's website.

Opening and closing this small display of David Bomberg’s oeuvre with works of the Old Masters firmly cements this...

February 3, 2020

17th January - 23rd February, 2020

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Sixty-nine years ago, a formative exhibition of the New York School held in a decrepit storefront on East Ninth Street in Lower Manhattan shaped the outlook on Abstract Expressionism that resonates until the present day. The m...

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