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  • © LLW Olafur Eliasson : In Real Life

    Olafur Eliasson | In Real Life

    11th July 2019

    In Real Life is the exhibition on everyone’s lips… what could Olafur Eliasson do to top his previous sun-drenched, or ice-melting installations in the Turbine Hall in 2103? Well, this new vast show at Tate Modern does just this, exploding

  • ©LLW Leonardo da Vinci

    Leonardo da Vinci | A life in Drawing

    18th June 2019

    Leonardo da Vinci – is there anyone who doesn’t know the name? A master of Renaissance art, discover this exquisite exhibition at Buckingham Palace showcasing drawings never seen before. It opens to mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death. This

  • Somos Brazil

    Somos Brazil in London

    30th May 2019

    Somos Brazil – a Human Atlas of a Nation, is an extraordinary exhibition showcasing in London by the well respected British photographer Marcus Lyon. It is a multimedia project that explores the diversity of the Brazilian identity through ultra high

  • © LLW Victoria

    Queen Victoria | Kensington Palace

    25th May 2019

    Queen Victoria was born at Kensington Palace and spent most of her childhood here. This year sees her 200th anniversary and Kensington Palace has opened two brilliant exhibitions to celebrate the life of this young princess. Queen Victoria : A

  • © LLW Victoria London

    Queen Victoria in London

    Queen Victoria was born in London and she loved London and the Arts. There are so many places to visit here that have a key connection with Queen Victoria and Albert. We have picked our favourites – with the exception

  • Mary Quant at V&A

    Mary Quant |We want Quant

    24th April 2019

    Dame Mary Quant… we all know the name, and probably the daisy motif she became synonymous with. This exhibition at the V&A delivers on who she was, what inspired her and more. Mary Quant was at the forefront of the