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Eternal Angst of Edvard Munch | Exhibitions | Showcase

Edvard Munch didn't want to paint 'pretty pictures to be hung on walls.' Instead, his motivation was to engage and provoke the onlooker which he did with one of the world's most famous paintings, The Scream. This haunting image of a figure encompassed by grief, mouth agape and hands covering his ears, has found its way onto everything from coffee mugs to t-shirts and even inspired movies from directors like Tim Burton. But now, as the British Museum is making clear this spring, there is much much more to Munch. Showcase's Miranda Atty went to see 'Love and Angst', a series of deeply emotive works. #EdvardMunch #LoveandAngst #Showcase

Goya's Drawings at Prado Museum

Goya's Drawings at Prado Museum

Felix Vallotton at The Royal Academy of Arts

Felix Vallotton at The Royal Academy of Arts

Photo London 2019 | Exhibitions | Showcase

Photo London 2019 | Exhibitions | Showcase

Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Booker Prize Winner | Steve McQueen's Small Axe | Matchstick Landmarks​

Booker Prize Winner | Steve McQueen's Small Axe | Matchstick Landmarks​

2020 Booker Prize Winner

2020 Booker Prize Winner

Brutal North | Netflix's Jingle Jangle | Star Wars Lego

Brutal North | Netflix's Jingle Jangle | Star Wars Lego

Simon Phipps' Brutal North

Simon Phipps' Brutal North

Breath / Bless Project​ at Gardens by the Bay

Breath / Bless Project​ at Gardens by the Bay

Accidentally Wes Anderson | Creatives in Politics | Tom Young

Accidentally Wes Anderson | Creatives in Politics | Tom Young

Koval​'s 'Accidentally Wes Anderson'

Koval​'s 'Accidentally Wes Anderson'

More Creatives in Politics

More Creatives in Politics

In Conversation with Tom Young

In Conversation with Tom Young

Soumitra Chatterjee | Peninsula Movie | AC/DC's Power Up

Soumitra Chatterjee | Peninsula Movie | AC/DC's Power Up

Remembering Soumitra Chatterjee

Remembering Soumitra Chatterjee

Peninsula Movie

Peninsula Movie

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