ArtMuseLondon is a site for reviews of art exhibitions, music, opera and dance written by people with a keen interest and an intelligent, honest and accessible approach.
We cover exhibitions, concerts, opera and chamber music, together with general cultural musings. We are selective about what we see and hear and we don’t “review everything”. Instead, we choose to write about the exhibitions and music which interest us personally.
If you would like ArtMuse to review one of your events or exhibitions, or would like to submit a guest post, please feel free to contact us via the Contact page.
Who we are
Jacky Colliss Harvey has worked in museum publishing for over 20 years, and speaks and lectures regularly on the arts and their relation to popular culture. She is the author of the best-selling RED: A History of the Redhead and The Animal’s Companion.
Karine Hetherington is a teacher and writer of novels, who also blogs on art and music. Her two published novels, The Poet and the Hypotenuse, and Fort Girard, are set in France in the 1930s and 1940s. Karine promotes singers and musicians performing in the fast-growing Kensington and Olympia Music and Arts Festival. When she is not writing about music, she likes to sing in her local choir or tackle piano sonatas, some of which are far too difficult for her.
Nick Marlowe studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art and History at Cambridge University. After working for thirty years in the book trade he is now a freelance writer and artist. Formerly a reviewer for OneStopArts, a spin-off from Bachtrack.com, Nick has also reviewed for US-based art and culture site CultureVulture.net.
Frances Wilson is a pianist, writer, music PR and blogger on classical music and pianism as The Cross-Eyed Pianist. A keen concert-goer, she writes music reviews for her blog and is a regular writer for classical music website InterludeHK. She has written for Pianist Magazine, The Schubert Institute of the UK, Bachtrack.com and Classical Music Magazine, and has appeared on BBC Radio 3’s Music Matters to discuss the effect of the internet on music criticism.