The Devil's Own turn out to be the perfect hosts for this devil of a boy that is Hector Woolley. Read more to find out why ...
A short post on #Isokon Gallery, Hampstead. An excellent small museum devoted to #Modernism and Modernists, patrons, artists, architects and writers. #1930s #London
I felt a lot better when I came out than I did when I went in and that's worth paying a few euros premium for.
Getting down in the basement of the National Gallery springs a welcome memory of an overlooked children's classic.
Then up comes Ruscha. Was I rattled by the Ruscha? (There's one for all the Pavement fans out there.)
Øve Arup is a must-see for anyone interested in London history and architecture. It also has a little surprise for those from County Durham.
Having spent a few days away from London I would normally have returned to my desk with a slew of reviews to do from the place that I’ve been. But on this occasion that isn’t the case as I was away for a conference of the Society for the Study of French History. So this…
A short guide to Southwark jury service - how to survive and how to thrive.
Thoughts on Delacroix in London and Paris.
With an idle hour or two between teaching and meeting a friend at St Pancras I found myself wandering down to Somerset House, drawn by the lure of coffee at Fernandez&Wells and art at the Courtauld. Walking through Lincoln’s Inn fields I noticed that for once there was barely a queue outside the Soane Museum.…