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EgoSumArt visits Inspired by the East: how the Islamic world influenced western art, at the British Museum, London

EgoSumArt visits Inspired by the East: how the Islamic world influenced western art, at the British Museum, London

Charting the fascinating history of cultural and artistic interactions between East and West, this exhibition explored the impact of the Islamic world on Western art for centuries.

EgoSumArt visits Troy: myth and reality at the British Museum, London

EgoSumArt visits Troy: myth and reality at the British Museum, London

The legend of Troy has endured for more than 3,000 years. The story of a great city, plunged into a 10-year war over the abduction of the most beautiful woman in the world, is irresistibly dramatic and tragic. This allure has sent adventurers and archaeologists 

EgoSumArt visits Olafur Eliasson: In real life at the Tate Modern, London

EgoSumArt visits Olafur Eliasson: In real life at the Tate Modern, London

  In Eliasson’s captivating installations you become aware of your senses, people around you and the world beyond. Some artworks introduce natural phenomena such as rainbows to the gallery space. Others use reflections and shadows to play with the way we perceive and interact with 

Happy Birthday William Blake!

Happy Birthday William Blake!

  William Blake always dreamed of making vast works for churches and palaces but to his bitter disappointment he never achieved it. More than two centuries after his death Tate announced they would project his final work, on to the giant dome of St Paul’s 

EgoSumArt visits William Blake Exhibition at the Tate Britain, London

EgoSumArt visits William Blake Exhibition at the Tate Britain, London

William Blake was a painter, printmaker and poet who created some of the most iconic images in British art. Radical and rebellious, he is an inspiration to visual artists, musicians, poets and performers worldwide. His personal struggles in a period of political terror and oppression, 

EgoSumArt visits ARTIST UNKNOWN:  Art and Artefacts from the University of Cambridge Museums and Collections at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

EgoSumArt visits ARTIST UNKNOWN: Art and Artefacts from the University of Cambridge Museums and Collections at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

From the ancient to the contemporary – whether in a museum, book or auction house – the way we engage with art has revolved around the cult of the individual. But what happens when we don’t know who made something? Artist Unknown took this question 

EgoSumArt visits The House at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

EgoSumArt visits The House at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

What is Art? Between 1958 and 1973 Kettle’s Yard was the home of Helen and Helen Ede. In the 1920s and 30s Helen had been a curator at the Tate Gallery in London. Thanks to her friendships with artists and other like-minded people, over the