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Elizabeth Vanderau‏

About Elizabeth Vanderau‏

Elizabeth is a student and writer from Boston currently living in London. She is a seasoned traveler who loves sharing stories about art, people and places. When not writing, she can be found in museums, cafes or perusing second hand shops.

Upcoming Festival: Indian Shakespeares on Screen

From 27 -30 April, a festival of talks, screenings, workshops and a display of Indian Shakespeare movie memorabilia, will be held at the Asia House (27-29) and the BFI Southbank in London (29-30). The festival […]

David Shillinglaw Refurbishes Samson and Delilah Street Art

Artist David Shillinglaw unveiled a revamped version of Samson and Delilah last Thursday after the original was tagged and defaced. Three years ago, David Shillinglaw was asked to reinterpret a painting from the Dulwich Picture […]

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Nympheas (Waterlilies), Claude Monet 1914-15, on loan from Portland Art Museum, Oregon (c) Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon

On 30 January, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse opened at the Royal Academy of art  The stunning exhibition, which explores the evolution of modern garden paintings, has been wildly successful and will remain […]

Spotlight on Wilfred Limonious at the South London Gallery

From 24 Mar – 3 Apr 2016, the South London Gallery hosted In Fine Style: The Dancehall Art of Wilfred Limonious. The exhibition payed homage to the Jamaican folk artist whose vibrant and often humorous work […]

Photo Story: The Chopping Block – a new gallery in Peckham

Nestled behind string light adorned shipping containers lies the Chopping Block, an intimate gallery and project space that opened 29 March in partnership with the Sassoon Gallery in Peckham. The Thursday night launch was abuzz […]

Anna Karenina at the Brockley Jack

Anna and Vronsky, photo courtesy of Davor Tovarlaza

The Arrows & Traps Theatre Company presents Helen Edmundson’s adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina at the Jack Studio Theatre in Brockley. The cast of eight portray Tolstoy’s timeless tragedy of longing, lust, betrayal, the […]

Photo Story: Michael Dean: Sic Glyphs

From 18 March – 22 May, South London Gallery will be home to contemporary sculptor, photographer and performer Michael Dean’s newest exhibition: Sic Glyphs. Michael Dean: Sic Glyphs is an exercise in exploration and self discovery. […]

Hammam Brings Taste of Turkish Culture to Dulwich

The Dulwich Hammam Spa offers clients a relaxing, unique and authentic Turkish spa experience. You don’t have to leave South London to experience this salient aspect of Turkish culture. The Dulwich Hammam Spa opened in […]

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