Reviews and Highlights | 2019

National Gallery

Gauguin Portraits

Tate Britain

William Blake

Victoria and Albert Museum

Food: Bigger than the Plate

‘I think what Vallotton ultimately became was a painter of stillness. His subjects are frozen in time. Whether it was embracing couples, reclining nudes, outdoor activities, or inanimate objects, there was always a photographic quality to his works. Indeed, photography was part of his creative process, but his paintings transcend documentary function and enter a state of ambiguous storytelling.’

Review – Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet

‘Her self-portraits are witty but critical. Her practice is solitary but her messages are timelessly relevant.’

Review – Cindy Sherman

National Portrait Gallery

Cindy Sherman

National Maritime Museum

The Moon

Tate Modern

Olafur Eliasson

‘The flow of ideas in Leonardo’s graphic oeuvre defies chronology, and the fact that the curator has managed to guide visitors through this in a comprehensible way whilst also educating them about complex drawing techniques is a feat worthy of admiration.’

Review – Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing

Tate Britain

Van Gogh and Britain

British Museum


Tate Modern

Pierre Bonnard

Two Temple Place

John Ruskin

Royal Academy of Arts

The Renaissance Nude

General | Room 1 | Room 2

Room 3 | Room 4 | Room 5

‘This exhibition isn’t a competition between two artists; it’s a dialogue about humanity and the human form, showing society at its finest and at its worst. It forces us to consider the other side.’

Review – Klimt / Schiele: Drawings

Royal Academy of Arts

Klimt / Schiele: Drawings

Royal Academy of Arts

Bill Viola / Michelangelo

National Portrait Gallery

Gainsborough’s Family Album

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