Art: Dorothea Tanning

Until the 9th June, Tate Modern has curated a large scale exhibition of Dorothea Tanning’s work, bringing together 100 pieces from paintings to sculptures spanning her 70-year career. The exhibition is organised by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid in collaboration with Tate Modern and curated by Alyce Mahon and Ann Coxon. […]

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Happy Easter!

Hi everyone, There is a slight pause on our usual posts this week on the Pineapple Chicken Blog as I spend time with my family in Vienna. Have a wonderful Easter and time off this bank holiday weekend! Usual blog posts will resume back to normal next week 🙂 and I have lots to share! […]

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Thought of the Day: Self Compassion

Happy Sunday everyone and welcome back to another long read on the Pineapple Chicken Blog. Last week, we discussed confidence and it was a chance to embark on a long but hopefully positive journey. However, this week I seemed to have taken a step back. It was a particularly difficult week and I could feel […]

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Art: Pierre Bonnard – The Colour of Memory

Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory is the first exhibition at the Tate since its previous exhibition twenty years ago. It will be available until the 6th May, so for all those who wish to go, I do recommend to do it soon! Tickets are priced at £18 per adult.  Monet and Matisse are household […]

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Thoughts of the Day: Confidence

Welcome back to another Sunday Read on the Pineapple Chicken Blog, this week’s key theme will be on confidence. This is a topic that is close to my heart because it is something I struggle with which meant that this post was particularly difficult to write. Given that I am no expert on the topic, […]

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Art: Christian Dior – Designer of Dreams

Dior. For many women, the four-letter word exudes iconic, feminine, aspirational – the list can go on. It is easy to understand when the Victoria and Albert Museum in London (“V&A”) announced their upcoming Christian Dior – Designer of Dreams exhibition there was much furore; so much so that the exhibition had to be extended to […]

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