Category Archives: BRIEFING
MADONNA ART COLLECTION | TAKE A LOOK INSIDE
Madonna is one of the biggest musicians of all-time. In fact, she still remains the highest selling female music artist in history. She has also been known and rumoured to date a number of other high profile stars. Most notable of her partners in this case would be her relationship with popular American painter Jean-Michel Basquiat.
MARCO PIERRE WHITE TAKES OVER WHEELERS | BANK
Marco Pierre White will soon be running ‘Wheeler’s of St. James’ oyster and rib bar, located in ‘The Threadneedle Hotel’. Pierre resurrects ‘Wheelers’ with a new menu filled with his own recipes, that aim to be ‘affordable’ and ‘approachable’.
DAILY ART NEWS | APRIL 2ND
A round up of the Daily Art News, featuring Barack Obama’s favourite painter, Frida Kahlo’s love letters, famed graffiti artist COST charged with vandalism and much more.
FOXLOW OPENS 2ND RESTAURANT | STOKE-NEWINGTON
Will Beckett and Huw Gott, after 2 years of success open a second foxlow in Stoke-Newington. The original location was opened in Clerkenwell (2013) and after a lot of hard work it has become a London favourite serving up dishes like Crispy Five Pepper Squid and Ten Hour Beef Shortrib.
The upcoming Tate Modern exhibition will provide the first opportunity in the UK to explore a remarkable period of film. Often described as pioneering and visionary, the LA Rebellion films form a crucial body of work in post-war cinema. A number of African and African-American students began to forge an alternative Black cinema practice in the United States in the late 1960s.
So we’ve already shown you some great Easter Eggs to snap up this easter. For those who want something to do for Easter, besides eats chocolate, there’s plenty of things to do in London.
A round up of the daily art news, featuring the shocking ISIS floating pavillion of art destruction, Tate Britain director quits after turbulent five years, Oil Heir Andrew Getty found dead and much more.
The popular Mexican painter is known for her striking self-portraits. But a new exhibition at Throckmorton Fine Art looks at the artist in a new light. The Frida Kahlo Photograph exhibition will present images taken of the artist by 20 influential 20th century photographers. This interesting exhibition will turn the focus from the artwork to the artist.
Easter is coming up and that means chocolate eggs are on the agenda. But what are the top easter eggs available around London? Here’s our Pick. Rococo are offering up their Single Origin Egg, made with Madagascan dark chocolate and filled with 20 mixed single origin carrés.
DAILY ART NEWS | MARCH 31ST
A round up of the daily art news, featuring a look at the New York street photography from Weegee, plans for the Edinburgh Old Royal High School, a newly restored michelangelo sculpture is revealed, African tribe art like you’ve never seen before and much more.
SKYE GYNGELL LAUNCHES TRIO DESIGN ‘THE SALON’ | SPRING RESTAURANT
Spring restaurant by Skye Gyngell, part of Somerset House, has announced the launch of 3 new spaces. The trio of design features is titled ‘The Salon’ and will appear on the 3rd April.
YOKO ONO EXHIBITION | MoMA TO LAUNCH RETROSPECTIVE
The Museum of Modern Art presents its first Yoko Ono exhibition. Dedicated exclusively to the work of Yoko Ono it is a departure from the artist’s unofficial debut in late 1971. Now, over 40 years later, Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960–1971, surveys the decisive decade that led up to Ono’s unauthorized exhibition, bringing together approximately 125 of her early objects, works on paper, installations, performances, audio recordings, and films, alongside rarely seen archival materials.