Culture

EXPLORE

Dip in and discover an area of London you maybe don’t know so well…

POSTS

Keep up to date with Little London Whispers…

LOOK & LEARN

There is so much to see & learn about London.

BLOG POSTS

  • 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

  • Harald Sohlberg Dulwich Picture Gallery

    Harald Sohlberg|Dulwich Picture Gallery

    9th April 2019

    Located at the beautiful Sir John Soane designed Dulwich Picture Gallery, is a gorgeous exhibition of one of Norway’s greatest painters, Harald Sohlberg. Celebrating 150 years since the artist’s birth, there are around 100 works which just brilliantly evoke the

  • Van Gogh | Tate Britain

    Van Gogh and Britain | Tate Britain

    30th March 2019

    A wonderful exhibition bringing together over 50 Van Gogh paintings has opened at Tate Britain. I would urge you to book tickets immediately as it is bound to be a ‘sell-out’. I LOVE LONDON  (Vincent Van Gogh to his brother, Theo) Van Gogh and London Coming to

  • © 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