Tag Archives: Modern Art

Matisse #1: Tate Modern Cut-Outs

The Tate Modern has a flair for creating public interest, an ability that now characterises the modern art world. Their highly publicised exhibitions become ‘must-see’s, and the buzz created around said artist spans all forms of media. This excitement is palpable upon entering the Cut-Outs exhibition. The crowded rooms are full of pushing and shoving […]

Art14: A Nordic Vision

A long overdue post about the Art14 which exhibited in London in March Walking around the global art exhibition Art14 in Kensington’s Olympia Grand, I felt my body was in shock, or undergoing some sort of sensory overload. Stepping through the doorway from the grey London sky it was if I had fallen into a […]

There’s Something About Stockholm

So under the guise of dissertation research and serious work, I managed to persuade myself that a few days in Stockholm was exactly the inspiration I needed when embarking on the final push for the old degree. As I had been told by numerous people that I would “instantly fall in love” with this wonderful […]

March Moodboard 2014

Our magpie collection of things we drool over on the internet. In a non-pervy way.

Art Sunday: Illustration

Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Moderna

The Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Moderna (GNAM) is one of my favourite places to go when returning to Rome. The gallery is housed in a palatial villa, in which the impressive modern collection is beautifully contrasted against the antique architecture. I am the only member of the Barber clan who is a big contemporary art fan, […]