Wealth inequality, India, isolation, a grotesque London and three Queens.
A mustachioed tiger, tied to a lamppost, heaven and hell, precarious sculpture, helmets, tarred toys and an immense painting.
This week’s Top Art Exhibitions to see in London’ include Addiction, skulls, forensics, armour, darkness, design, and architecture.
Review: The Discovery of Paris: Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-Century British Artists @ Wallace Collection.
This exhibition looks at Paris between 1802 and 1840 as painted by British artists. This was a particularly relevant time as war between Britain and France meant that London and Paris were in competition for the title of cultural capital of the modern world – arguably an ongoing contest.
The current art establishment is a mirror image of the Victorian art establishment, replacing tradition with novelty, pomposity with pretentiousness, sentiment with vacuity, and craft with junk.
Damien Hirst Returns to Painting in Exhibition at London’s Historic Wallace Collection from October 14th
The Wallace Collection is pleased to announce an exhibition of 25 new paintings by Damien Hirst including two triptychs, being… Read More