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The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection | Exhibition review

The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The past was not always as sexually repressed as people believe, something visitors to The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection are brought to realise. As visitors enter they are confronted with a cavalcade of cases containing [read more]

London Gothic at London Metropolitan Archives | Exhibition review

London Gothic at London Metropolitan Archives
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Like a sinister Victorian seaside museum of curiosities, the London Gothic exhibition at the London Metropolitan Archive is modest in size, broad in scope and packed with the bizarre. Fittingly, the main entrance is directly opposite Spa [read more]

Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure Is You at White Cube | Exhibition review

Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure Is You at White Cube
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The cool, white space of White Cube is the perfect setting for Tracey Emin’s latest exhibition. Focused on the female nude, The Last Great Adventure Is You is actually less about you, and more about Emin. Would you expect anything less [read more]

Dexter Dalwood: London Paintings at the Simon Lee Gallery | Exhibition review

Dexter Dalwood: London Paintings at the Simon Lee Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

English artist and Turner Prize nominee Dexter Dalwood this week unveiled his latest exhibition at the Simon Lee Gallery in London. Born in Bristol in 1960, Dalwood began his creative career in 70s punk band The Cortinas before switching [read more]

Adeline de Monseignat: Home at Ronchini Gallery | Exhibition review

Adeline de Monseignat: Home at Ronchini Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The drawings and sculptural realisations of Adeline de Monseignat’s Home are presented at Ronchini Gallery this month. Curator Samia Calbayrac has directed the modest space of the venue cleverly to complement a handful of works by the [read more]

Tower of London poppy display dismantled   

Tower of London poppy display dismantled  

After winning the hearts of millions, the 888,246 ceramic poppies, planted as a tribute to those lost in battle, have almost completely been removed by volunteers. More than five million people visited the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of [read more]

Mary Evans and Emeka Ogboh: Mirrors & Echoes at Tiwani Contemporary | Exhibition review

Mary Evans and Emeka Ogboh: Mirrors & Echoes at Tiwani Contemporary
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Some anthropologists believe our global world has created a supermodern age, characterised by vapid and identical spaces like shopping malls, airport lounges and motels, which exist simply to shelter people as they move between commercial [read more]

Tim Pomeroy: Recent Stone Carvings at Fine Art Society | Exhibition review

Tim Pomeroy: Recent Stone Carvings at Fine Art Society
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Sculptor, painter, illustrator and poet Tim Pomeroy (born 1957) is mounting his first solo exhibition at London’s Fine Art Society this month. Born in Hamilton, Scotland, he is inspired by the history of his country, his work finding its [read more]

Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie and the Advent of Punk at Somerset House | Exhibition review

Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie and the Advent of Punk at Somerset House
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The stunning surroundings of Somerset House currently play host to Chris Stein’s exhibition of works from the dawn of Blondie, the band he founded with Debbie Harry while studying photography and the punk scene. Through it one gains a [read more]

Richard Serra: Backdoor Pipeline, Ramble, Dead Load and London Cross at Gagosian Gallery | Exhibition review

Richard Serra: Backdoor Pipeline, Ramble, Dead Load and London Cross at Gagosian Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

During the 1960s, artists of the minimalist movement began to explore questions of philosophy and artistic practice. Questions like: can sculpture achieve something that, say, painting or musical composition cannot? Can the deliberate [read more]

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