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UNIQLO Tate Play The Obliteration Room – until 29 August 2022

Yayoi Kusama’s Obliteration Room .. .. transform a completely white room … cover every available surface .. with bright dots of circular stickers … to help bring the space to life! more details here …..! ♦♦♦ KidsArt!™  teaches children art and art appreciation and publishes reviews and news of current and future London art exhibitions.  For […]

Let’s Get Digital art installation at Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, Italy

Refik Anadol’s Machine Hallucination – Renaissance Dreams, 2022 This monumental – 9 metres high – video installation on a LED screen offers a “hallucinating digital interpretation of Italian Renaissance art, setting out from a specific dataset of thousands of paintings produced between the 14th  and 17th centuries … to  visualise the way the paintings might look […]

Lubaina Himid – Tate Modern until 2 October 2022!

Lubaina Himid Le Rodeur: The Exchange 2016 © Lubaina Himid Courtesy of the artist and Hollybush Gardens, London (detail) Catch this fantastic exhibition at the Tate: which unfolds in a sequence of scenes designed to place visitors centre-stage and backstage.  Lubaina Himid remains dazzling, fun, expressive – a joyful voice of the British Black arts movement and cultural activist! Exhibition […]

Alice : Curiouser and Curiouser V&A

Alice in Wonderland was published in 1865 by Charles Dodgson under the pen name Lewis Caroll, a story of a young girl who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world of strange creatures and topsy-turvy adventures – Alice has been translated into 170 languages, sold millions of copies, inspired films, art, pop and […]

“Gauguin Portraits” at The National Gallery until 26 January 2020

Paul Gauguin, ‘Christ in the Garden of Olives’, 1889 Paul Gauguin (1848 – 1903)  Father of Modern Art, with hyper-real colours, exaggerated body proportions, strong contrasts and mystical symbols.  A banker turned artist, he abandoned his middle-class life and family and sailed to Tahiti  seeking primitive beauty.  He dreamed of pursuing art in paradise.  French born, […]

Edvard Munch – “Love and Angst” at the British Museum: 11 April – 21 July 2019

Edvard Munch, The Sick Child 1, 1896 (detail) Edvard Munch (1863 – 1944) is Norway’s most famous artist and father of Expressionism, his iconic Scream is a symbol of modern day anxiety and rivals Mona Lisa in “recognisability” even having its own emoji. Born in Kristiania (modern day Oslo), Munch – pronounced “Munc” – rejected his […]