Happy “culturelle” Easter!

If you are staying in or travelling to London for Easter, below is the list of exhibitions I have seen and reviewed from most to least preferred + links to comments:

1. Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, Tate Modern http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-i8 (until 7 Sep)

2. Bailey’s Stardust, National Portrait Gallery http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-hs (until 1 June)

3. Richard Hamilton, Tate Modern http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-h6 (until 26 May)

4. Harry Callahan, Tate Modern http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-g7 (until 31 May)

5. Richard Deacon, Tate Britain http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-gw (until 27 April)

6. Giorgio de Chirico: Myth and Mystery, Estorick Collection (until 19 April)

7. Ruin Lust, Tate Britain http://wp.me/p2C5Qn-hZ (until 18 May)

Happy art exhibitions hunting!

20140418-124053.jpgImperial Napoleonic Egg. Gold, guilloché enamel, rose-cut diamond, platinum, ivory, gouache, velvet, silk. House of Fabergé. Workmaster: Henrik Emanuel Wigström (Finnish, 1862–1923). Miniaturist: Vassily Ivanovich Zuiev Russian (Saint Petersburg), 1912. Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation (L.2011.66.57a–c)

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