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Matisse: The Cut Outs & British Folk Art

Matisse: The Cut Outs [rating=5] British Folk Art [rating=3]

Tate Modern / Tate Britain, London • Until September 7 / August 31, 2014

Tate Modern’s blockbuster exhibition of Matisse’s Cut-Outs, and Tate Britain’s British Folk Art, are fascinating insights into different types of outsider art.

“As a summer exhibition this is perfection and I left feeling rejuvenated – it’s like being bathed in sunshine, cleansed by the sea and stroked by a cool breeze all in one go.”

Polari Magazine’s Favourite Exhibitions of 2013


From Britain to Germany and Japan, then on to Tate Britain, this is a list of Polari Magazine’s Favourite Exhibitions of 2013.

Happy 5th Birthday to Polari

Off the Virtual Page.

Today, December 3, is Polari Magazine‘s 5th birthday. Polari’s editor writes about how it stepped off the virtual pages this year and into the sensual world.

Polari Magazine has had a whirlwind 5th year, and that’s thanks to the commitment of its contributors, who have kept the content fresh and alive as we diversified into projects that stepped away from its day-to-day running.”