Temporary exhibitions are a fascinating way in which museums and other venues make sure that their spaces have fresh, exciting and inspiring content available to audiences. Alongside their permanent collection display, a part of the exhibition halls is dedicated to special exhibitions, that are displayed for a limited period of
On 15th of January Artnet’s columnist Tim Schneider published some thoughts on why it is a taboo to talk about the value of works in museums’ storages.
From Beatles to Star Trek, to Lego, popular culture exhibitions are awesome. Not only do they pique audience interest and help improve museum’s attendance figures, they are also usually surprisingly educational.
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Photography is the only major art in which professional training and years of experience do not confer an insuperable advantage over the untrained and inexperienced – this is for many reasons, among them the large role that chance (or luck) plays in the taking of pictures, and the bias toward
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East London’s art scene is known for its dynamism, vibrancy and cutting-edge talent. But the sheer number of galleries, artist-run spaces and studios can be overwhelming. Luckily, First Thursdays – a programme of late openings across the area on the first Thursday of each month – exists to guide
This exhibition, which is coming to an end on Sunday (10th August), celebrates arguably one of the greatest art experts of all time: Kenneth Clark. Although, Clark is not reluctant to state that he often does not understand Picasso! Kenneth Clark in front of Renoir’s La Baigneuse Blonde, c.
Radical Geometry is a comprehensive show from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros exploring a dynamic period in South American art from the 1930s to 1970s. It seeks to prove that, during this time, abstract art was fully present and vibrant not only in the United States – but in
Kazimir Malevich hits big at the Tate Modern, with many critics calling this the exhibition of the year. The exhibition is a comprehensive, well-curated retrospective of the artistic career of Malevich, but there is one painting that remains central to the show: Black Square. Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1913. State