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London art for free

In the rush of the city, finding out what’s new and free can become a constant pursuit, especially when it comes to art. Exhibitions are ever changing, and with the sheer number of galleries and museums across the city, deciding [read more]

Off the Wall at Bankside Gallery | Exhibition review

Off the Wall at Bankside Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Bankside Gallery has recently opened its exhibition Off the Wall, a collection of work by artists from the Royal Watercolour Society and Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Over 200 pieces are on display and ready to be sold, quite [read more]

Disobedient Objects at the V&A | Exhibition review

Disobedient Objects at the V&A
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Tools of political and social protest go way beyond the handheld banner or painted sign. Marchers and protesters often use considerable ingenuity, creativity and humour to get their message across. The V&A brings together a rare [read more]

Exposure at Imitate Modern | Exhibition review

Exposure at Imitate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Located on Marylebone high street, Imitate Modern poses as a space where emerging artists are able to create a following. The gallery emphasises a frank, urban nature; most definitely achieved through the inclusion of fresh new faces that [read more]

Malevich at Tate Modern | Exhibition review

Malevich at Tate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Perhaps best known for his “marking the zero in modern art” with the iconic Black Square (1915), Tate Modern presents a multifaceted collection of works from a remarkably important figure in the art of the 20th century. Kazimir [read more]

Katrin Fridriks – Flying Awareness at Lazarides | Exhibition review

Katrin Fridriks – Flying Awareness at Lazarides
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Staring into a Katrin Fridriks painting is like staring into the universe: expansive, absorbing, and a little bit frightening. With thick, sweeping acrylic on broad canvas, Fridriks has returned to the expressionism scene with her new [read more]

In Homage at the Skarstedt Gallery | Exhibition review

In Homage at the Skarstedt Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Located in the midst of Old Bond Street is the Skarstedt Gallery. Do not be misled by its understated entrance, what lies inside is in fact rather extraordinary. The current exhibition title, In Homage, is largely self-explanatory. In [read more]

Pedro Paricio – Shaman at Halcyon Gallery | Exhibition review

Pedro Paricio – Shaman at Halcyon Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Spanish-born painter Pedro Paricio is currently exhibiting a new body of work entitled Shaman at Halcyon Gallery on New Bond Street. The show comprises of twenty five new paintings, all of which are bold, graphic and colourful. The work is [read more]

Rapid Response Collecting at the V&A | Exhibition review

Rapid Response Collecting at the V&A
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Rapid Response Collecting is a new gallery space just opening at our beloved V&A. It focuses on objects in the press, reacting to a variety of current events that have the potential to inspire art and design, varying from political [read more]

Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album at the Royal Academy | Exhibition review

Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album at the Royal Academy
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The actor Dennis Hopper was best known as a real free spirit, who happened to survive considerable drug use in the 1960s and lived to make some classic movies such as Easy Rider and Blue Velvet. Hopper was also a successful artist, and as [read more]

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