British Museum: Rodin Exhibition Alongside Parthenon Marbles

PARTHENON MARBLES: In this article I examine ownership of the Parthenon Marbles in light of the British Museum’s announcement of a Rodin exhibition alongside these classical treasures from Ancient Greece. I also include poems by Keats & Lord Byron on the Marbles. And Byron gives his view on who owns them! Click here for my article



Antony Gormley exhibition at the White Cube

ART REVIEWS: Antony Gormley is more widely known as the #sculptor of the Angel of the North. The private view for his FIT #exhibition reveals his concerns about London’s ever-increasing tower block living space. Check out my article



From Myth To Earth exhibition – Holborn Viaduct

ART REVIEW: Check out my article about this Colombian-inspired exhibition & book launch by Sol Bailey Barker & Gabriella Sonabend. History, society, mythology & Colombian culture. The Colombian ambassador was also in attendance. Bailey Barker’s sculpture was recently unveiled along the Holborn Viaduct.




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Unveiling of Michaelangelo’s David – September 1504

ARTICLE: ‪On this day, exactly 512 years ago, Michaelangelo’s sculpture of David was unveiled in Florence. Check out my article about the David and Goliath-style repercussions on the contemporary art world.


Now and Then Exhibition by sculptor Michael Sandle

ART REVIEW: In this interview with me held during his recent exhibition at Dadiani Fine Art, Mayfair world renowned sculptor Michael Sandle shares his views on contemporary art. Click here for interview.

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Check Out My Review Of The People Watchers Exhibition At The Africa Centre

ART EXHIBITION: Zimbabwean artists John Hlatywayo and Tafadzwa Gwetai are holding a joint exhibition called the People Watchers now showing at The Africa Centre. My review is here.

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My article on poets Lord Byron & Keats’ views on Parthenon Marbles

SCULPTURE: Check out my article here on poets Lord Byron (1788-1824) and John Keats’ (1795-1821) differing views on the Parthenon Marbles which were shipped from Greece to Britain in 1807 during the Turkish conflict.