After presenting The Rolling Stones in 2016, The Saatchi Gallery now pays a tribute to Bob Marley’s songs and message to the world. With 6 rooms dedicated to the reggae icon’s passions and achievements, visitors fans or not) will be delighted to discover this multi-sensory exhibition!
Hokusai is certainly the most famous and admired artist in Japan with an international recognition. The British Museum is currently showcasing some of his rare drawings, don’t miss out!
French artist JR has completed a very impressive number of projects in quite a short time. For each of them, he tackles some of the world’s biggest social and political issues. The Saatchi Gallery gives us the opportunity to discover this artist with a comprehensive analysis of his projects and to think of art as an impactful and humanist medium.
Each artist has his/her own signature. Yayoi Kusama has definitely created a personal artistic world made of pumpkins, dots, and mirrors. Have a look at the two current exhibitions showcasing her work in London. It’s worth it (I’m not pumpkin-dding you! :-))
“The Art of Banksy” is the world’s largest touring exhibition of the street artist’s work, and it’s in Covent Garden! Two good reasons not to miss it!!
His best known quote was “Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes”. Andy Warhol made history and will be eternally famous for creating the Pop Art movement. If you have not seen his retrospective at the Tate Modern, read on to get an overview of Warhol’s artwork and life!
Dora Maar was one of the most famous women artists of the twentieth century. She documented social conditions and made inventive photographs and photomontages, thus taking part in the Surrealist movement. The retrospective at The Tate Modern gives a complete portrait of this amazing artist. Don’t miss it!
The “Moving to Mars” exhibition at the Design Museum sheds new light on the possibility for humans to live on Mars. Analyzing every aspect of such a scenario, this exhibition will make you think, smile, have fear maybe… This subject will leave no one indifferent! Don’t miss it…
On a rainy Sunday my daughter was feeling bored and asked me if we could do “something fun”. I told her about “In Real Life” exhibition at the Tate Modern and there we went to discover Olafur Eliasson’s retrospective. And it was real fun. You can’t miss it. Just read on …
If you are a fan of glass sculpture and a park lover, you’ll find inspiration in this new post! The contemporary artist Dale Chihuly is currently featured at Kew Gardens, with a new exhibition “Chihuly: Reflections on nature”. Lots of stunning and colourful installations are on display through the park … How could you not be captivated?