Category Archives: Exhibitions

Back to Freud’s town – The portrait of Vienna

The National Gallery’s Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900, is an exhibition concentrated around the city which, despite being a police state torn by anti-Semitism and misogynistic attitudes amongst other, was a cultural capital and a flourishing art … Continue reading

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Is David Bowie art?

It is not new that the art world sometimes presents unconventional exhibitions that make you think ‘whaaaaat, is this art’? ‘Is this really something that should be in a museum?’ When I read that the V&A was putting David Bowie … Continue reading

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The art of picturing the Earth

  In these days of technology and seemingly endless possibilities it is sometimes hard to define what art is and what defines good art. Only in recent years have photography been included in the ‘good art’ category, which I must … Continue reading

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Thoughts while ‘Looking at the View’ and looking at a new way of presenting art

The London art scene is waiting impatiently for the, so-called, ‘new’ Tate Britain. As you may have noticed if you have been to the gallery lately, it is refurbishing and getting ready for the opening of the exhibition ‘A Walk … Continue reading

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