Jelena Sofronjevic

Poles Apart: Dmitry at Marylebone Theatre 

Review: London’s newest theatre begins its new season with a resurrection, in Peter Oswald’s dramatic verse, of German writer Friedrich von Schiller’s last, unfinished play about power in Russia and Poland.

Kamal and Reita in 'Lotus Beauty', image Hampstead Theatre

A Skin-Deep Look on the South Asian Women of Southall

Review: A Southall beauty salon is the setting for an examination of life in mid-1960s London for South Asian and Sikh women, in Hampstead Theatre’s production of Tamasha theatre company’s ‘Lotus Beauty’.

Leon Kossoff, ‘Willesden Junction, Early Morning’, oil on board, 1962

Postwar Modern: Building out of the Bombsite

Review: The twenty years following the end of the second world war were to see a momentous re-shaping of British society, art, and modes of expression. London’s Barbican centre, itself a product of the post-war spirit, hosts an examination, in art, of those decades.

Lubaina Himid, ‘Jelly Moulds for Liverpool’, acrylic paint on jelly moulds, 2010

Lubaina Himid: a Full House at the Tate

Review: Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid has become a mainstay of British contemporary art, and the subject of a new exhibition at London’s Tate Modern.

Albrecht Durer, 'A Lion', gouache on parchment, 1494

Dürer’s Journeys: a Short Haul of a Long Legacy

Review: A peerless draughtsman, Albrecht Dürer was a widely-travelled documenter of contemporary European subjects in a time of plague; his journeys and legacy are examined at London’s National Gallery.

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