International Museums Day is on 18 May 2020 and in celebration of the theme equality and diversity, I curated an online exhibition on the topic – Diversity,…… Read more “International Museums Day 2020: Diversity and Inclusion”
The Frankfurt Book Fair is commonly referred to as the biggest book fair in the world. While I don’t know if that’s actually true, I can confirm…… Read more “The Arts+ Future of Culture Festival: Highlights & Reflections”
I visited the two main sites of the Berlin Biennale 10 this weekend: KW Institute of Contemporary Art and Academie der Kunst. The first artist I encountered was…… Read more “A First Look at the Berlin Biennale 2018”
The following commentary originally appeared in ICOM UK weekly news The tragic events of Charlottesville, instigated by the planned removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert…… Read more “Continuing the Conversation: Statues, Monuments and Difficult Histories”
Where is the High Museum of Art? Many recognise Atlanta as a US city, but don’t know exactly where it is or what’s there. Atlanta is located…… Read more “60 Second Tour: High Museum of Art”
In honour of International Women’s Day, I’m posting this 60 Second Tour featuring the works of the Blue Rider Group (Der Blaue Reiter). Those who have an…… Read more “60 Second Tour: Blue Rider Group at Lenbachhaus”
The Renwick Gallery is part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. After a period of closure for renovation, it has re-opened with an exhibition called WONDER.… Read more "60 Second Tour: Wonder at Renwick Gallery"
This is a bit of a throwback, but I am really impressed with Mona Hatoum’s work. She is an alumnus of University College London (UCL) where I…… Read more “60 Second Tour: Mona Hatoum’s Turbulence”