A Literature Review



Performing for the Camera: Is this art or pure self indulgence?

The first ever Instagram series presenting as art has made its debut at London’s Tate Modern.

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Late night drinks at the gallery

It is said that ‘artists and poets still find life’s meaning in a glass of wine’.

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London Dungeon Lates Reviewed

Any where with the signage ‘adults only’ and ‘gin cocktails on arrival’ assuredly guarantees you a good night. In the case of the London Dungeon Lates however I wouldn’t be too sure. 

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London’s Tate Modern Reviewed

There are few greater pastimes on a rainy Saturday afternoon than visiting one of London’s most popular and iconic museums.
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Jean-Etienne Liotard Exhibition Reviewed

The first retrospective exhibition in the UK devoted to the idiosyncratic Swiss artist Jean-Etienne Liotard opened at the Royal Academy of Arts on the weekend. The exhibition covered the artist’s time in Paris, Vienna, Geneva, Constantinople and London, with 70 of his rarely seen works.

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A Rainy Afternoon

London is a cultural melting pot. According to Greater London Authority the city has 857 galleries and 170 museums, 17,000 music performances and 250 festivals. Not to mention the world renowned Globe Theatre which first performed Shakespeare in 1599 and continues to do so to this very day. With such a variety of cultural activities any out of towner, like myself, can feel slightly daunted when it comes to the problematic decision of which museum to visit on a rainy Saturday afternoon.

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