Exhibition Reviews Coming Soon


David Hockney: 60 Years of Work

This exhibition is an extensive selection of David Hockney’s most famous works celebrating his achievements in painting, drawing, print, photography and video across six decades.


America after the Fall: Painting in the 1930s

America after the Fall tells the story of a nation in flux. These artists responded to the rapid social change and economic anxiety producing some of the most powerful art in the twentieth century.


Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932

One hundred years on from the Russian Revolution, this powerful exhibition explores one of the most momentous periods in modern world history through the lens of its groundbreaking art.

Up & Coming Exhibtions

Roy Lichtenstein in Focus

22 SEPT 2017 – 17 JUNE 2018
Explore over 20 works charting Roy Lichtenstein’s early interest in landscape to his iconic pop paintings influenced by comic strips and advertising imagery.


23 NOV 2017 – 2 APRIL 2018
The exhibition begins with the artist’s arrival in Paris, exploring the creative contexts that shaped his life and work. He was inspired by Paul Cézanne, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and Pablo Picasso,

Picasso 1932 - Love, Fame & Tragedy

8 Mar – 9 Sept 2018
This is one of the most significant shows the gallery has ever staged. Taking visitors on a month-by-month journey through 1932

Egon Schiele

24 May – 23 Sept 2018
See rarely-exhibited drawings in an exhibition marking the centenary year of his death. He is internationally known for depicting the human figure in a heightened state of emotional tension.

Exhibition Reviews


The Giacometti retrospective is a collaboration between Tate Modern and the Fondation Alberto et Annette Giacometti, Paris. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to see rare and previously unseen works by the celebrated Giacometti, an artist who has been extensively written about, linked to the Surrealist movement, and yet still somehow overshadowed. Depending on your relationship with art and how closely you follow the national exhibitions … read more

Paul Nash

The Paul Nash exhibition from Tate Britain opened at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (SCVA), April 8, 2017. With 80% of the original exhibition installed, the mild fragrance of fresh paint still in the air, and the deep purple walls of the first room, ‘We Are Making a New World’ evoked emotions from the moment you entered the Crescent Wing. Paul Nash (1889-1946) is one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century … read more

Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific

The night before Fiji: Art and Life in the Pacific opened to the public, the President of the South Pacific island nation, officially opened the exhibition. His Excellency Major-General (Ret’d) Jioji Konousi Jonrote, his wife, Fiji’s First Lady Sarote Konrote, and Fiji’s High Commissioner to the UK, His Excellency Mr. Jitoko Tikolevu, were joined by the likes of Lord Sainsbury and Sir David Attenborough, on a tour of the installation before partaking in special Fijian … read more

Masters of Japanese Photography

Masters of Japanese Photography is an exhibition that teaches us about Japanese Culture through the eyes of three photographers who grew up in the aftermath of the Second World War, Nobuyoshi Araki, Eikoe Hosoe, and Kikuji Kawada. The pictures depict personal and cultural experiences, and attempts to educate us in both the ‘natural beauty and social complexity’ of Japan. With this context in mind, it certainly delivers, but to get the full experience … read more

Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty

In Quest of Beauty is an exhibition which is designed to not only promote the work of Alphonse Mucha, but to study the theoretical idea of ‘beauty’ that was a core principle of Mucha’s art. In Quest of Beauty is an exhibition specifically looking at Mucha’s Paris period and his art work after he returned to his native Czechoslovakia. Critical reviewers largely concur that the exhibition experience mirrors the motif of the exhibition: beauty, and what this meant … read more