Eveline Vouillemin reviews The Lost Words exhibition at the RAMM focusing on its enveloping appreciation of nature in a world that is increasingly neglecting it From 19 October through to 12 January, the RAMM in Exeter will be home to ‘The Lost Words’, an exhibition dedicated to rediscovering the splendour of the natural world. The […]
Freya Insoll reviews Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and gives an insight into the expansive range of artefacts it has to offer.
Exeter’s flagship museum and the University have signed a new agreement to share expertise and research.
I had gone to the RAMM intending to see Contours into Colour, a retrospective of landscape artist Alan Cotton. A recommendation from a friend and the story of Cotton’s career-shaping encounter in his pyjamas with Marxist art critic John Berger had piqued my interest but, standing in the gallery, his neo-impressionist field scenes and dense […]