LAS Loves
Curating the Best in Art
It's a puzzle to me...

If your little ones need distracting over the holidays we think this 3D puzzle might do the trick. With colourful, fun depictions of Yayoi Kusama, Dalí, Picasso and more, we think this is a wonderful activity for a rainy afternoon. And just maybe, while they complete the puzzle, you could take a few moments to enjoy the same artists' work in our Modern Masters series?

Read of the Month

Georgina Adams' follow up to her 2014 book, Big Bucks, provides an up-to-date analysis of the international art market today. Fraud, tax evasion and money laundering combined with the glamourous world of art lead to an exciting read full of inside analysis. A perfect complement to Georgina's new series, The Art Market.

Pencils at the ready...

The trend for grown-up colouring books doesn't seem to be going anywhere. This unique book features our much-loved Oscar winner in various different poses, ready for you to colour in at will.

Great Gifts for the Art Lover

Head to the MoMA online store for some great gifts for the art lover in your life. We particularly love the History of Art Wall Clock and of course the Yayoi Kusama pumpkin clutch...

Understanding Freud

We absolutely loved this Phaidon collector's edition of Freud's work, with chapters dedicated to each decade of his life. Written by biographer Martin Gayford and long-term assistant David Dawson, this is the most comprehensive collection of his works to date. It's a perfect holiday gift for any art lover, with limited stock available.

David Shrigley Tea Towel
Life-Affirming Tea-Towel

We love David Shrigley's work and this positively fantastic tea-towel is guaranteed to cheer anyone up - even while washing the dishes! We have known people to frame these tea-towels as an affordable way to own a work by an artist they love.

Yoga in the National Gallery, London
Time to get fit?

You might have to see it to believe it, but museums are now doubling up as places to exercise. Check out yoga classes at National Gallery, London, Brooklyn Museum, NYC, and the Whitworth, Manchester to stretch both muscles and mind!


Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

— Edgar Degas
KHM Wes Anderson
Hollywood in Vienna?

A collaboration we never thought we would be highlighting - Hollywood filmmaker Wes Anderson, his partner, costume designer, Juman Malouf and the stoic Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. Open now...


Fine and delicate taste is the fruit of education and experience.

— Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Blurred Lines show on Netflix
"Blurred Lines" on Netflix

We're getting ready for Marina Abramović's landmark show (she's the first woman artist to have a solo show at the Royal Academy) by watching Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World on Netflix.