London art exhibition reviews, news & musings
In honour of National Poetry Day, the LondonlovesBusiness.com team have responded in the only sensible way, and done the news of the day in rhyming couplets.
Sherlock, Strictly, satire and sartorialism - there’s something for everyone this month. Moya Maxwell picks her faves
Constable has long occupied a tranquil, homely corner in the hearts of British art lovers. His leafy landscapes are famed for their easy celebration of the quiet drama of the countryside. His winding rivers and relaxed rural scenes seem to be straightforward recreations of idealised natural beauty.
Our film columnist can’t get enough of the trend for live musical scores at film screenings in London
There is no better story than that of triumph over adversity, and little can engender public adoration more effectively than an unlikely hero.
From music to oarsmanship to Ming, there’s loads going on in London this month. Moya Maxwell picks her favourites
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A small scale Francis Bacon triptych has sold for £26.7m at an auction in London.
Ah, the Summer Exhibition, as much a regular fixture of English summer as Wimbledon, picnics, stripy deckchairs and Pimms and lemonade. Except unlike all of those things, it is perfect on a rainy day.
How did one pen raise £300,000 in just its first day on Kickstarter, the crowd-funding platform?
It’s not all stabbing people in the back