I recently reviewed the exhibition Virginia Woolf: Art, Life, Vision, currently showing at the National Portrait Gallery in London, for new online magazine Standard Issue. You can read my review here.
Museums, Galleries & Exhibitions
‘The splendor of Yosemite burst upon us and it was glorious . . . One wonder after another descended upon us . . . There was light everywhere . . . A new era began for me.’ So wrote Ansel Adams of… Read More ›
In hindsight, the decision to visit the Natural History Museum on a Saturday afternoon during half-term was not one of my finest moments. The Museum was overrun with children and their harassed-looking parents, and it took a while for my… Read More ›
Are the best costumes celebrities in their own right, so iconic as to be instantly recognisable, and with no need of an actor to bring them to life? Or are they those like Matt Damon’s drab, grey and immediately forgettable… Read More ›