Movement & Matter: Celebrating The Dancing Body
The naked dancing body has continued to fascinate visual artists, and in contemporary times, photographers too have engaged in this exploration...
Photographer in Residence: Anna Orhanen
When Anna Orhanen describes herself as an academic gone wild, she’s hit the nail on the head before I can. A woman who carries serious clout, replet
Tove Jansson: More than Moomins
The year 2017 will bring the work of Tove Jansson - Finnish painter, writer, comic strip artist and creator of the internationally famed Moomins - to
The Changing Landscape of Art
The 2001 Labour decision to do away with fees at museums was a democratisation of culture. It graciously handed the ‘highbrow’ to just anyone who.
Ben Ashton: The Enchanted Underwater
The paintings seem at once menacing and mesmerising. The figures, no longer Fiona and Ben Ashton, are not looking at the viewer; they are playing in..
Tasha Marks: Tasting Art
If someone said “food historian” to you, you might think of an old lady researching a recipe for ye olde mutton pye. You probably wouldn’t think
Beautiful Objects: Hidden Gems at the Horniman Museum
We sat down with Phil Sofer, a Workshop Technician in the exhibitions team to discover some of the Horniman museum’s hidden treasures.
Beautiful Objects: Korea In The British Museum
When we spoke to Eleanor Hyun, Curator for the Korean Collection, she conceded that “when you talk to British people for the most part, they say ‘
Everything is Bespoke!
You may have noticed a word popping up along the high street stalking you as you shop. It beckons you from the posh snack aisle of Waitrose or on the.
A Moment in Missoni
As I relax into the comfortable, kaleidoscope-effect in The Missoni Room – part of the exhibition completely collaged with colourful carpets and obj