LaCollection, a new NFT art platform dedicated to museum and institutional collections, launches with an exclusive partnership with the British… Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five art exhibitions to see online this month. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Where we are… is a new innovative national programme for young people aged 16–24 to co-design meaningful local arts and cultural projects around the UK.
The British Museum has announced it has been awarded a grant of £8.8 million from Arcadia to extend the EMKP for a further 7 years
With just one day to go until the 2020 US Presidential election, the British Museum announces that it has acquired… Read More
String Theory, Pre-Raphaelites, a black eye, Sultans, fashion and bright lights.
A year-long programme of events marking the 850th anniversary of one of the most shocking crimes in European history, the murder of Thomas Becket, are unveiled today. ‘Becket2020’
Anti-US propaganda, lots of sand, maternal grief, a memory palace and a wave of lights.
Destruction of heritage, explosions of colour, Manga, dark matter, writing, moon meditation and giant headphones.
A cathedral in Ghana, a scorpion / sphinx, Rembrandt, graffiti, urban exploring and stars.
A scream, denim landscapes, spiritual art, feathered entities, alone in an office and chunks of wood.
Killing lions, Medusa, a Gothic castle, Swastikas, a creepy house, glowing slugs and mountains.
This April, the British Museum will present a major new exhibition on the work of Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944). Edvard Munch: love and angst will focus on Munch’s remarkable and experimental prints
The dominant contemporary feature of the British Museum’s well-received received new Islamic Gallery* is a site-specific work by Idris Khan.
Ian Hislop has been on a mission to find stories of dissent, subversion and satire hidden within the vast collections of the British Museum, for a new exhibition this autumn.
It’s not easy to get a grip on the boggling scale of the British Museum: it has around 8,000,000 items.
The Top 8 Art events to visit this week include: Monet, The Kiss, Hitchcock, ice cream, a boudoir, femininity, a ruin and summer.
A shouting apology, exploding animals, religion, subtlety, Ayurveda, India and soldiers.
20p coins, war, broken assemblages, experimental photography, a human fountain and yellow.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see include: Colourful buildings, health, arms and legs, photorealism, heads, Siberia and yoga.
A giant tapestry, Russian propaganda, protests, drones, hands on painting, emerging artists and Thunderbirds.
Gruesome puppetry, dancing, a great wave, rubens, rembrandt, a new gallery and British painting.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise… Read More
A pair of silhouetted hands clasp an escaping boat as a drowned black female body lies still beneath the waves, taken violently by the current of the Atlantic.