Museums & Galleries

imperial war museum london

LONDON | The Imperial War Museum London has the remit of including all conflicts in which British or Commonwealth forces have been involved since 1914, and aims “to provide for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history of modern war and ‘wartime experience’”. The museum has occupied the former Bethlem Royal

dennis severs' house spitalfields

LONDON | Dennis Severs’ House is one of London’s quirkiest gems and, despite its central location, has managed to stay off the radar of most visitors. Located on Folgate Street in Spitalfields, Dennis Severs’ House is a “still-life drama” created by Dennis Severs, an American artist who lived in the house

london transport museum covent garden

LONDON | The London Transport Museum is one of London’s most fascinating museums, owing to its relevance to the modern day. Public transport is such an important part of London life and a visit to this museum helps put the modes of transport used today in their historical perspective. The museum

the broad downtown los angeles

LOS ANGELES | The Broad is a contemporary art museum in Downtown Los Angeles that opened in September 2015. Financed by philanthropist Eli Broad, the museum houses Broad’s art collection. The collection feeatures over 2,000 pieces of contemporary art by over 200 artists, and includes works from artists like Cindy

griffith observatory los angeles

LOS ANGELES | Griffith Observatory opened in 1935 and the iconic building is a Los Angeles icon, familiar to may non-locals due to the fact that it’s appeared in movies (Rebel Without A Cause, The Terminator), video games (GTA V), film clips and TV shows. Since opening, The Griffith Observatory

design museum kensington

LONDON | The Design Museum, has recently re-opened at a new location in Kensington after 22 years in Shad Thames. The new West London building (a 1960s Grade II building formerly home to the Commonwealth Institute) is an intriguing design by John Pawson: contemporary and minimalist, wooden-themed, with wide open

fine art society mayfair

LONDON | The Fine Art Society celebrated its 140th birthday in 2016, and has, over the course of its existence, championed British art and design from 1700 to the present day, and more recently, contemporary art from Asia, Australia and the US. It’s also known as being a pioneer of the ‘one-man

saatchi gallery london

LONDON | The Saatchi Gallery was founded in 1985 by Charles Saatchi and is one of London’s premiere contemporary art galleries. The gallery helped launch the careers of many famed contemporary artists such as Damien Hurst, Jenny Saville, Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk, Jake and Dinos Chapman and Rachel Whiteread over the years.

house of vans london

LONDON | House of VANS forms part of the Old Vic tunnels and has transformed the space underneath Waterloo station into a hive of creativity. The focus is on art, music, skateboarding, BMX, street culture and fashion. These things and more are expressed by way of an art gallery, a VansLab

victoria history week 2016

VICTORIA | How well do you know Victoria’s history? Have you ever wondered where the colonial boys you learned about in school actually ended up? Did you know it’s been 60 years since the Melbourne Olympics? From the Royal Historical Society of Victoria comes History Week, possibly the best chance