Radical Bloomsbury: the art of Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell 

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery: 16 April – 9 October 2011

Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell were two central figures in the Bloomsbury Group. Through paintings by these artists,  made during the years

1905-25, this exhibition demonstrated their relationship with European avant-garde art, as well as the influence of oriental and exotic culture. This exhibition also provided the cultural and social context in which these Bloomsbury painters worked. Loans from national museums, such as Tate, National Portrait Gallery and the V&A , regional galleries and private collectors included paintings rarely seen in public.

Press coverage
National coverage

The Times

18 April 2011
Article about Bloomsbury, with images

Country Life

11 May 2011
Feature by Philippa Stockley

House & Garden

May issue
Piece included in Celina Fox's 'Insight' section

Art Quarterly

June 2011
Featured in "previews" section, with an image

Period Living

May 2011
Piece by Karen Thomas, with a '2-for-1' ticket offer and an image

The Artist

May 2011
Piece about the exhibition

The Guardian Guide

16-22 April 2011
Exhibition listing

23-29 April 2011
Exhibition listing

Culture 24

15 April 2011
Feature by Ben Miller with a 'curator's choice' item

Regional coverage

The Argus: The Guide

22 April 2011
Three full page article with large images

The Argus Society Magazine

June 2011
Feature in 'Society Magazine', by Kate Rice

Sussex Life

July 2011
Feature by Simon Irwin

The Latest

12-18 April 2011
Editorial with images

12-18 April 2011
Exhibition listing with large photograph

The Argus Society Magazine

August 2011
Doublepage spread about Bloomsbury, with images

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