More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning.
One year of work shows us how Picasso became one of the greatest artists.
An homage to Picasso through documentaries and video art.
Modern British Art is no match for Picasso.
See contemporary masterpieces for free
Our pick of the new art, theatre, dance, classical and jazz events on offer this week
Midweek round-up, with good news for Wandsworth home buyers.
Look, but don’t touch.
A house has been firebombed in Stepney, taking (suspected) road rage to a new level. Looks like the police ought to drop a few VIPs: the protection bill is £310,000 a day. There’s a big (very big) old Picasso on show at the V & …
Living in London it’s rare one feels compelled to hang out in Trafalgar Square after dark but here’s a good reason to stop by and linger this week: As mentioned last night, the National Gallery will be illuminated with iconic works by Picasso between 6-10pm …
This Week In London’s History Monday – 3rd March 1982: The Barbican Centre is opened by the Queen. After 15 years of construction, at a cost of £161 million, the centre would become the largest performing arts centre in Europe (as well as being voted …