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  • © LLW The Painted Hall Greenwich

    The Painted Hall |Greenwich

    24th March 2019

    The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich is home to the newly restored Painted Hall. The “Sistine Chapel of the UK” is not an exaggerated description. After a two year restoration, the exquisite £8.5million conservation project of the Painted Hall

  • ©LLW Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern

    Dorothea Tanning|Tate Modern

    21st March 2019

    Dorothea Tanning opened at the Tate Modern last week. I went along not knowing anything about this artist, and I left feeling overwhelmed by how fabulous she was. Who is Dorothea Tanning? She was an artist whose work always asks

  • LLW Don McCullin at TATE

    Don McCullin | Tate Britain

    7th March 2019

    ‘If you cant feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures’ – DM War photography. Not normally the sort of thing I would rush to. However, given

  • LLW Tracey Emin at White Cube

    Tracey Emin|White Cube

    6th March 2019

    Tracey Emin’s new exhibition “A Fortnight of Tears” has opened at the fabulous space that is White Cube in Bermondsey. Having had superb reviews, I was keen to see our famous Londoner’s latest work. This is a major display of

  • @LLW Anthony Powell

    London Talking

    28th February 2019

    There is so much to do see and experience in London, but sometimes it’s just nice to be still and listen. We decided to write this blog post London Talking, because there are so many brilliant places to go and

  • @ LLW Dior Designer of Dreams

    Designer of Dreams

    1st February 2019

    How do you define Christian Dior Designer of Dreams? I couldn’t work it out until I’d walked through this incredible exhibition that opens tomorrow at the V&A in South Kensington. ‘Designer of Dreams’ looks at the history and archive of