Marvel at one of the world’s most dynamic modern art spaces, Tate Modern, and its new extension

Tate Modern is an amazing story of redemption and reinvention. It resides Picasso to Anish Kapoor and Tacita Dean – you name ’em, they’ve got ’em. You could happily spend a day exploring them all, and also find time for the latest barnstorming exhibition. The biggest, most audacious, installations are in the vast Turbine HallContinue reading “Marvel at one of the world’s most dynamic modern art spaces, Tate Modern, and its new extension”

A few notes on Romanticism

Though sometimes referred to as the “anti-classical” movement in art, Romanticism is a style that focuses on the artist’s individualistic and emotionally wrought point of view, and is found to oppose the art movement known as Neoclassicism. Even though there have been many artists to combine elements of both. Some of the more renowned namesContinue reading “A few notes on Romanticism”

A few notes about Expressionsim

When speaking on buying paintings of the Expressionist movement, it is always a good idea to review what elements make Expressionism unique, and to gain an understanding of some of the artists representative of this particular artistic movement. The agreed upon intention of Expressionist artwork is not reproduce a subject accurately, but to instead portrayContinue reading “A few notes about Expressionsim”

Justin Norcott – Hiden City / Atmospheric Art Gallery

Between the 14th and 24th of November, take some time to visit a lovely art gallery located in the middle of London. The exposition is about drawings and paintings from life portraits, cities and imagination through print making. Address The Judith Blacklock Gallery 83 Kinnerton Street London SW1X 8ED View Map Opening Times: Mo-Fri 11amContinue reading “Justin Norcott – Hiden City / Atmospheric Art Gallery”