MONTHLY ART DIARY

Andrew Litten, The Clouds, Courtesy of Anima Mundi.
Posted On 3rd Jul 2020 by Amy Curtis
During July, galleries will be returning to more regular opening hours and we are here to help you make the most of the cultural calendar coming back to life by sharing our selection of exhibitions to view online and by appointment only. For July's by appointment only exhibitions LAF Recommends the solo show by Helen Beard at Thrown, group shows Summer Reflections at JGM Gallery and Radical Fig
Golden Apples, 2019 by Charlotte Edsell
Posted On 9th Jun 2020 by Amy Curtis
As we enter June and looking towards a further easing of lockdown, we find ourselves taking the time to reflect on the world around us both in terms of the experience we’ve been through and sights to the future. Hence our chosen exhibitions for June take these themes of time, reflection and understanding as a source of inspiration and interpretation. Read on to discover and enjoy this mont
British artist David Hockney poses in front of his painting entitled
Posted On 27th May 2020 by Amy Curtis
David Hockney provides inspiration for drawing competition to lift spirits during the coronavirus crisis Image: British artist David Hockney poses in front of his painting entitled "The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire 2011 (twenty-eleven)" at the opening of his exhibition David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture in the Royal Academy of Arts on January 16, 2012 in London, England. Earli
Exhibition view of David Hockney: Ways of Working © The Lightbox
Posted On 23rd May 2020 by Amy Curtis
The Lightbox, Woking partnered with the London Art Fair in 2017 with an exhibition of Modern British art from The Ingram Collection. During the lockdown, The Lightbox have been busy finding ways to boost well being and feel good at home through art and culture. They have a series of throwbacks to past exhibitions, artworks from their collections to view, plus an online exhibition of David Hockney