by Lillith Vanian-George, Fraud & Investigation (F&I), Assurance, EY UK&I Siberia is known for wide open spaces and harsh climates, not the sort of place where art and creativity flourish, but this is exactly what the Scythians achieved during their reign from around 900 BC to around 200 BC. Their culture and history has been lost beneath … More Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia – spellbinding treasures lost beneath the ice, until now
by Nilay Patel, EY Alumnus I was never the artistic type and always thought this was due to having neither the skill nor the inspiration to create something. Previous Matisse exhibitions (e.g. ‘Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs’ at the Tate Modern in 2014) focused on his skill and ability to make radical art with creative flair. ‘Matisse … More Do the personal objects from Matisse’s studio form a secret history to his art? Matisse in the Studio at the RA
Young applies a layer of diamond dust to his canvases which adds a further layer of glitz to the already glittering stars beneath, the intensity of the dazzle changing subtly with the light. … More Beauty, brutality, celebrity… Breaking Boundaries at the Maddox Gallery, London
by Romana Khan – Assurance, Audit, EY UK&I The life room in the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) is a relic of art education, where life drawing was essential. This now houses the Anatomy of a Doll installation by Cathie Pilkington, where in every corner lives a new face. In the room where a life model would have … More Is she even a she? Anatomy of a Doll at the Royal Academy of Arts
by Michael Zhang – Assurance, Audit, EY UK&I It was a pleasure to attend a corporate members’ private view of David Hockney at Tate Britain on 21 March – a much valued perk of the EY Tate Arts Partnership. I was initially amazed by the huge scale of the exhibition, with twelve sizeable galleries, each with … More David Hockney at Tate Britain. How has his work changed over 60 years?
by Nikki Gandy, Development Manager – Corporate Support at National Galleries of Scotland Nikki Gandy is the National Galleries of Scotland’s Development Manager for Corporate Support, looking after the corporate sponsorships for the galleries’ exhibitions, education programmes and capital projects. The National Galleries of Scotland continually looks for collaborative ways of adding value to our … More Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: How did Inspiring Impressionism make an inspiring impression on young visitors from EY Smart Futures?
By Maddy Cullen, Events Associate To celebrate The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam, we held two workshops at Tate Modern for our EY people, clients and their families. The workshops, combined, allowed us to entertain and inspire 14 families on a cold winter’s Sunday afternoon. Artist, Daniel Wallis, welcomed the families on arrival and asked them … More How can we give a voice to children’s imaginations? A family arts workshop at Tate Modern