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Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Turner Prize, established in 1984, promotes discussion of developments in contemporary British art. The shortlist for this year’s prize is unveiled in exhibition at Tate Britain. The winner of the award will be announced live on [read more]

Shift Construct at Now Gallery | Exhibition review

Shift Construct at Now Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Just outside of North Greenwich station the Greenwich Peninsula is an up-and-coming, vibrant area with food, drink and art open to the public. Florence Peak’s sculptural performance Shift Construct at Now Gallery merges contemporary art [read more]

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Artistic flair is a gift that only a few truly have and the unique style of English artist Michael Tompsett is the perfect example of genuine artistic flair. After working as a senior designer for a photographic studio in England for 12 [read more]

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth | Exhibition review

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Hauser and Wirth have blacked out their windows for this exhibition, which itself says something about the charged content. As explicit, crude and provocative as ever, each of Paul McCarthy’s new paintings is a visual upsurge of wild [read more]

U at The Unit | Exhibition review

U at The Unit
EXHIBITION REVIEW

In the heart of Soho, The Unit London presents U: an exhibition of contemporary portraiture under the theme of identity in an era of digital media. The show brings together the work of six extraordinarily talented artists. “We [read more]

Carnival of Colour at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review

Carnival of Colour at Imitate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Carnival of Colour takes place at Imitate Modern, which prides itself on being “an urban contemporary gallery with a difference”. Set in the prestigious W1 area, Imitate Modern displays exhibitions of established and renowned [read more]

Mike Nelson Selects from the V-A-C Collection at Whitechapel Gallery | Exhibition review

Mike Nelson Selects from the V-A-C Collection at Whitechapel Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Mike Nelson is the first of four prevalent artists to be invited to select and curate an exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery from the V-A-C Collection. A Russian not-for-profit organisation founded in Moscow in 2009, V-A-C is part of an [read more]

Late Turner: Painting Set Free at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Late Turner: Painting Set Free at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Bursting with frenzies of colour, dazzling golden hues and startling paradox, Tate Britain’s collection of JMW Turner’s last works from 1836 – when Tuner was 60 – challenge preconceptions of aging, topple assumptions of [read more]

Francesca Woodman: Zigzag at Victoria Miro Mayfair | Exhibition review

Francesca Woodman: Zigzag at Victoria Miro Mayfair
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The quiet and simple curatorial decisions Victoria Miro Mayfair has taken in this exhibition effortlessly supports the drama that conducts itself for the most part in the eight-by-ten-inch prints. The 25 works by American artist Francesca [read more]

Ian Francis: Endless Summer at The Outsiders Gallery | Exhibition review

Ian Francis: Endless Summer at The Outsiders Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

These paintings show contemporary people in almost dreamlike settings, usually rooms, suggesting something remembered or imagined. Youngish adults, perhaps wearing elements of costume, merge into reality or abstraction, part of a story [read more]

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Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain | Exhibition review
Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain

The Turner Prize, established in 1984, promotes discussion of developments in contemporary British art. The shortlist [read more]

Next Fall at Southwark Playhouse | Theatre review
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Jakil at Sebright Arms | Live review
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London Film Festival 2014: Dukhtar | Review
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Set in the mountainous region of Pakistan, Director Afia Nathaniel gives women their voice in this tale of one [read more]

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