Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see this month – this time they’re all in museums. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
New NFT platform launches featuring works of Katsushika Hokusai in exclusive partnership with British Museum
LaCollection, a new NFT art platform dedicated to museum and institutional collections, launches with an exclusive partnership with the British… Read More
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
Major million-dollar artwork by celebrated American artist Jasper Johns donated to the British Museum
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.
‘Becket2020’ 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.
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
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.
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.