Category Art Reviews

Review: Champaign Life, Saatchi Gallery

Champagne Life Saatchi Gallery, 13th January – 9th March 2016 Let’s toast! To the 30th Anniversary of the Saatchi Gallery. Champagne Life, what does this title mean? What does it say about the exhibition? Champagne; evocative of glamour, fame and fortune. But what about art, and more importantly, what about female art? Initially, the title […]

Review: Richard Learoyd – Dark Mirror

Richard Learoyd: Dark Mirror Victoria & Albert Museum, 24th October – 14th February 2016       Gallery 38a, a long space channeled by wooden flooring, centered by two benches drawing the eye down the room, and cocooned by softly lit slate grey walls. One cannot help but feel relaxed on entering, and commencing the […]

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Review: E.H. Shepard: An Illustrators War | The House of Illustration

Guardian private view at The House of Illustration, Thursday 22nd October 2015 E.H. Shepard is most well known for his illustrations for A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh and Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows. This latest exhibition from the House of Illustration displays the largely unseen works of Shepard from his time serving as an […]

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Review: The Association of Illustrators: World Illustration Awards 2015 | Somerset House

Somerset House, Lond­on 5th October – 1st November 2015 Hosted in partnership with Directory of Illustration The World Illustration Awards have been hosted annually at Somerset House since 2012, and is concluded with a touring exhibition featuring some of the shortlisted works of contemporary illustration entries from both emerging and established artists. The exhibition is […]