May 2019: British Museum : Edvard Munch exhibition – if you can put up with the queues as you go in and the exhorbitent price of £17.00 it is a good show.
May 2019: Reuben Mednikoff at the Camden Arts Centre : psychorealism. I’m hoping to get to this before my class just down the road from the gallery.
February 2019: John Ruskin at 2 Temple Place – a wonderful show of paintings and Ruskin’s collection of odd objects in a marvellous building : Gothic, wood panelling, lots of ambience.
Christmas 2018: The Hayward Gallery: Space Shifters exhibition. Subs and I are going this week to see this interesting looking event.
January 2019: The British Library: Anglo Saxon exhibition. We are going to see this during the holidays.
Guildhall Art Library: Sublime Symmetry until 28 October, this was a lovely exhibition, small but well worth seeing for the detail.
November 2018: King Ashurbanipal exhibition at the British Museum
Here is a link to the blog from the British Museum about this amazing point in history. A period much closer to us than that of Uruk and Innana: 1300 BC compared to 4500 to 6000 BC
October 2018: Meeting of Holloway Art Lending Library – we are going to be learning about how to run a charity as volunteers