Reflecting on the gorgeous Marilyn Monroe exhibition at the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre in 2016. More than fifty years after the death of Marilyn Monroe we still can't get enough of the original platinum blonde glamour girl. Now a new exhibition,'Legacy of a Legend', dedicated to the life of the 1950s film star has launched at the … Continue reading Revisited: Marilyn Legacy of a Legend
With galleries and museums finally opening up in post lockdown life, I secured my ticket for the Tate Modern's Warhol exhibition in a hot minute. Possibly one of the most influential figures of the twentieth century, there are fewer names bigger in art history than Andy Warhol. This major exhibition explores Andy’s life and art … Continue reading Tate Modern Andy Warhol Exhibition
The second post of my 'Revisited' series focuses on the fascinating exhibition 'The American Dream, Pop To The Present' which was shown at the British Museum in 2017. If you missed this phenomenal exhibition, this is a great catch-up post to recapture it. Spring 2017 saw the arrival of one of the year’s biggest exhibitions … Continue reading Revisited: The American Dream, Pop To The Present
Pop is probably one of the most well-known art movements in history; so well-known and widespread in fact that it permeates the arts to this day. The key players were Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, James Rosequist and Tom Wessleman. Between them, they delivered some of the most iconic images of the twentieth century. The term … Continue reading What Is Pop Art?