A major Lucian Freud exhibition at the National Gallery, jointly organised with the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, marks the centenary of his birth in Berlin in 1922 and features 63 paintings spanning a prolific career of more than 70 years.
During a recent trip to Naples, I visited the stunning Capodimonte Museum and saw two exhibitions which are closely related: ‘Beyond Caravaggio’ (‘Oltre Caravaggio’): a new tale of painting in Naples’,
The J/M Gallery is presenting a second exhibition curated by Rokhee Hwang of South Korea’s renowned ‘Mews Gallery’, featuring the… Read More
Christian Azolan’s majestic exhibition ‘Little Black Girls’ graced the Fitzrovia Chapel for only a short time, but his artworks can now… Read More
Varvara Roza Galleries + The Blender Gallery present Konstantinos Patsios Solo Exhibition ‘Deep in the Forest We Meet’
Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery are presenting a major solo exhibition of artist Konstantinos Patsios, titled ‘Deep in the… Read More
Lee Sharrock picks her favourite exhibits at the 2022 edition of Photo London at Somerset House. In what feels like the largest Photo London display to date, featuring 106 exhibitors from 18 countries taking over all 3 floors of Somerset House as well as the East and West Wing, and a pavilion in the courtyard
Love Infinity: New film documenting Key Figures of London’s Contemporary Art Scene, directed by Oscar winner Tim Yip
An epic new art documentary directed by Tim Yip with creative producers Meihui Liu and Maryam Eisler was premiered at… Read More
I must admit that before I visited the Kawanabe Kyosai exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, I wasn’t familiar with his work, and expected to see something in the vein of the revered Japanese artist Hokusai. Kyosai is considered to be a close successor of Hokusai, however, the exhibition felt more like looking at the work of an illustrator and satirist than a fine artist.
Curator and writer Lee Sharrock has teamed up with Frances Casey, director of new West London Gallery 99 Projects on ‘Rebirth’. This group exhibition features some of the UK’s most exciting upcoming contemporary artists
For the first time in a decade, a major retrospective of paintings by 20th Century master Francis Bacon (1909-1992) is on display in London.