Art heals. Art feeds your soul. Art connects you with your inner self in the levels even you haven’t realize its existence before. And, beside art inspires. Inspires us to have a more delicate and refined life, which is hard to find today’s industrial world. We are getting inspired by the upcoming Londoner museum exhibits to inspire us. Let’s get to know the artist and exhibits more…
The “EY” Exhibition: Impressionists in London – May
Tate Britain Museum
Address: Millbank, Westminster, SW1P 4RG
The exhibit draws a map of the exiled French artists and art brokers during traumatic 1870-1904 era. At the exhibit you can see the work of the pioneer of the impressionism Monet and his fellow friends Tissot and Pissarro. According to Impressionists “art is for the sake of art”. The reality is a slippery area where the truth can alter cording to personal impressions. For example Monet creates his own reality with brushstrokes to lead color and light effect.
Modigliani – April
Tate Modern Museum
Address: Bankside, SE1 9TG
Italian artist Modigliani who lived a fertile life between 1884 and 1920 and moved forward in his art life while interpreting traditional African statues in his own way. He preferred plane and austere forms in his three dimensional work and paintings. Modigliani says “what I am looking for is not reality but surrealistic one. I am solely interested in human because the human face is the most divine thing in the nature”. The graceful characters he shaped are known with oval faces, long necks and hefty eyes. You can meet his noble art at Tate Modern Museum and when you are on your way I strongly recommend you to cross the Millenium Bridge and enjoy the Thames river view.
The Come Up: Charles Jeffrey – February
Address: The Gateway Pavilions, Peninsula Square Greenwich, SE10 0SQ
The legendary Charles Jeffrey who spiced up the London Fashion Week since 2016 Spring\Summer season began his career as an art and fashion editor of Love and AnOther Man magazines. His vivid and variance identity in male ready-made clothing sector has captured the hearts in a short span of time. At the Now Gallery Exhibit designer and illustrator Charles Jeffrey invites to his colorful three dimensional world.