Tate Britain exhibition review: Turner’s Modern World 28 October 2020 – 7 March 2021

Oct 28 2020

A new landmark exhibition dedicated to JMW Turner (1775-1851) at Tate Britain called Turner’s Modern World explores what it meant to be a modern artist during his lifetime. Personally I believe that Turner is one of the most innovative artists of all time, ahead of his time and crucial to the inspiration of Impressionists and other artistic movements that started a century after he created some of his most famous artwork. Turner’s Modern World is absolutely unmissable for anybody including children of all ages. 

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British Museum exhibition review: Tantra enlightenment to revolution 24 Sep 2020 – 24 Jan 2021

Oct 12 2020

The British Museum has reopened with a very interesting exhibition about Tantra. If you are looking for insights into Sting and Tom Hanks’ favourite love practice you’ll be disappointed because this is more a showcase of the ancient philosophy behind the contemporary practical spin. This exhibition will be suitable also for secondary school students who are learning the history of philosophy. It is also about sex, just so you are aware before sending children to this show. 

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Art exhibition review: Bruce Nauman at Tate Modern

Oct 06 2020

It was great to be able to go back to the Tate Modern this week. Last time I visited the gallery was for an exclusive preview of Andy Warhol‘s exhibition, back in March before lockdown started. The latest retrospective to run between 7 OCTOBER 2020 and 21 FEBRUARY 2021 is Bruce Nauman’s first major exhibition in London in more than 20 years. It allows visitors to engage with the artist’s universe through immersive installations with a strong emphasis on sound and moving image, as well as poetic sculptures and neon pieces.

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