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Top Art Exhibitions: February 2016

Posted by Published on February 1, 2016

This February, take a journey to all the exciting exhibitions taking place in the art world *flying fish not required: John Bratby: Everything but the Kitchen Sink, Including the Kitchen Sink Jerwood Gallery, East Sussex, UK 30 Jan – 17 Apr 2016 Jean and Still Life in Front of a Window, John Bratby (1928-92) / Southampton City Art Gallery, Hampshire, UK / John Bratby Estate by…

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Love on Film

Posted by Published on January 30, 2016

Yes, it’s that time of year again – Valentine’s Day is soon approaching and though some may relish in a day of exchanging romantic gifts with that special someone, the rest could find themselves glued to Tinder with Ben&Jerry’s for company… However fear not, Valentine’s Day isn’t just reserved for the head over heels couples. Our Footage Manager Holly Webster has put together lightboxes of clips portraying not just romantic,…

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Top Art Exhibitions: January 2016

Posted by Published on January 1, 2016

  Kick off the new year with a visit to some of January’s best art exhibitions around the world. From Europe to Japan, we’ve got you covered: Champagne Life 13 Jan – 6 March 2016, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK On the Beach, 1985 (acrylic on canvas), Paula Rego / Private Collection / Photo © Christie’s Images / Bridgeman Images To mark the Saatchi Gallery’s thirtieth…

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“How much is this and what’s the edition?” – Screamed a woman across a gallery space. Alright folks. Here’s the low down on everything you need to know just in case Art Basel Miami pops up in conversation at your holiday parties / after dinner drinks / insert artsy function here. Or, you’re just dying to know what in the world goes on down there….

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Stuck on fresh ideas for those tricky relatives, high-maintenance best friend or significant other with left-field tastes? To help you decide, we have selected our favourite 2015 products featuring Bridgeman licensed images – but you may end up adding a few to your own Christmas list…   For: the history buff ‘The Folio Society’s beautifully illustrated edition of Agincourt: The King, the Campaign, the Battle is by…

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Death and mortality were recurring themes in the life and work of renowned Regency architect Sir John Soane. The catalyst for Soane’s long-held professional interest in architecture of mausolea, funerary sculpture and monuments was his personal tragedy of losing his beloved wife of thirty-one years, Eliza Soane. Eliza died on 22 November 1815, and despite living a further twenty-two years after her death Soane never entirely…

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This autumn the V&A will present a series of exhibitions and events that will delve into the rich and varied culture of South Asia, past and present. The India Festival marks the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Museum’s Nehru Gallery, which displays some of the most important objects from the V&A’s South Asian art collection produced between the 16 – 19th centuries. The V&A’s programme…

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Bridgeman’s Head of Sales in Berlin, Ute Krebs, reviews Marvel’s lastest addition to the superhero franchise – “Ant-Man”, alongside iconic images of our favourite superheroes.       In anticipation of “Ant-Man” I had been thinking about the superhero genre more than usual and so I had a search through the archive for some relevant images and was very surprised to find quite a few. The…

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To confine yourself to listening to the bands rather misses the point of Wilderness Festival. From Bjork’s multimedia show to lake swimming, yoga, bacchanal feasts and aerial spectacles, this was a festival for the intellectually and gastronomically curious, celebrating everything that pertains to the outdoors and arts. Thank you British weather for being amazing!       This August the Bridgeman Studio team and CultureLabel descended upon the beautiful forests and…

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