Murakami, Matisse, Cattelan and more on display at Fondation Louis Vuitton’s New Exhibition

We were lucky to have a sneak peek at this jaw dropping exhibition and it’s très impressive! Even if you don’t see inside the huge white box display space, the building is a piece of art in itself.   Architect Frank Gehry drew the outline shape on a paper napkin in flight on his way to […]

Alan Chapman “Polite Paparazzo” in the Frame

Famed photographer Alan Chapman has launched a classy coffee table book called Frame. It’s a who’s who of movie icons, rock stars and those who captured our hearts over the last few decades. Sophia Loren, in an iconic portrait, Jack Nicholson – a hard-edged take on the mask required to face the flash bulbs, wild woman Courtney Love […]

Lewis Hazelwood Horner Exhibition of Paintings 7 to 20 July at 49 New Oxford Street

Talented young artist Lewis Hazelwood-Horner has a beautiful exhibition of paintings telling the story of one London’s finest stores – the James Smith and Sons Umbrella and Cane store on New Oxford Street, London.     Exhibition runs from 11th to 20th July at 49 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1BL Lewis has since won the […]

Woodstock by Baron Wolman – unseen photographs from the most famous music festival of all time

Just so Baron Wolman ‘had a hobby’, he took up photography.  He realised it was more than that, when his photos of the Berlin Wall going up in 1961 were published in full by his local newspaper. This was a momentous moment, for him – Baron thought it was going to be World War III and […]

BANKSY: The Unauthorised Retrospective at Sotheby’s S|2 gallery in London

From 11 June to 25 July 2014, Sotheby’s S|2 gallery in London will host the first, unauthorized, retrospective exhibition of works by the internationally renowned artist Banksy. Curated by Steve Lazarides – Bansky’s agent and wingman through the critical early years – the show will bring together over 70 paintings, sculptures and prints Lazarides considers […]

Anarchy and Beauty: William Morris and His Legacy 1860-1960

ANARCHY AND BEAUTY: WILLIAM MORRIS AND HIS LEGACY 1860-1960 National Portrait Gallery, London 16 October 2014 – 11 January 2015 Introduced by Gallery Director Sandy Nairne, curator Fiona MacCarthy announces the first exhibition to focus on William Morris and his influence on twentieth-century life, politics, thought and design. Many extraordinary loans will be brought together […]

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From The Sidewalk To The Catwalk

The first major exhibition devoted to the celebrated French couturier, Jean Paul Gaultier, with his avant-garde fashion creations and cutting-edge designs, Gaultier has shaped the look of fashion over the last 40 years. This theatrically staged exhibition brings together more than 190 cutting-edge couture and ready-to-wear garments including iconic costumes for film and performance from the […]

Chasing The Sun, Oasis 1993 – 1997 Exhibition

Further details about the contents of the upcoming exhibition can be announced today. The exhibition, Chasing The Sun: Oasis 1993 – 1997, which takes in the early years of the legendary Manchester band, has been curated by renowned photographer Lawrence Watson, and will include rare photographs and audio-visual content, memorabilia and artefacts. It will also […]

Platform 6 Celebrity exhibition and auction for Stonewall

7th September sees Platform 6, a non-profit arts organisation, opens the doors to its first collective exhibition with a showcase of artwork featuring emerging and established artists including Boy George, Carl Hopgood, DNA Factory, James Tailor, Layla Lyons, Lewis Burton, Rolina Blok, Victor Ivanov, William Baker and Judy Blame. Alongside the exhibition a special auction […]

Rarely Seen Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton Photograph in New National Portrait Gallery Exhibition

A behind-the-scenes and previously unexhibited photograph of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton at the beginning of their love affair is to be included in a new display of ten photographs by Michael Peto at the National Portrait Gallery, London in September, 2013. The photograph shows Elizabeth Taylor in a hat and necklace passing Burton a […]