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Schema-Sukima at the Laure Genillard Gallery | Exhibition review

Schema-Sukima at the Laure Genillard Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Schema-Sukima exhibition is everything you would expect from the Laure Gillard Gallery – a difficult place to find unless you know what you’re looking for. Following in this style, the pieces are subtle and minimalist, [read more]

Tell Me Again at The Invisible Line Gallery | Exhibition review

Tell Me Again at The Invisible Line Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Held in The Invisible Line Gallery’s small space on Dalston Lane, Tell Me Again features the work of four young contemporary artists: Elizabeth Eamer, Sarah Jacobs, Francisco Ortega and Cristina Rodrigues. The back wall of the gallery is [read more]

John Timberlake: We Are History at Beaconsfield | Exhibition review

John Timberlake: We Are History at Beaconsfield
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The somewhat remote Beaconsfield gallery of contemporary art – tucked away among blocks of flats in Vauxhall – is currently house to the latest diorama-like installation by noted London-based artist John Timberlake. Continuing a [read more]

CUT, COPY, PASTE at Beers Contemporary | Exhibition review

CUT, COPY, PASTE at Beers Contemporary
EXHIBITION REVIEW

One might be forgiven for at a glance thinking that the loud and optically arresting patterns and colours of Porray’s canvases, or the engine-like intricacy of Mape’s portrait cabinets are results of a digital process. Additionally the [read more]

Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives | Exhibition review

Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Currently on loan from the Stanley Kubrick Archive at University of the Arts London are a number of original Kubrick documents. These include letters to and from Kubrick, candid on-set photographs and location shots, all on display at the [read more]

Je Baak: Ritual-Media-Karma at Hada Contemporary Gallery | Exhibition review

Je Baak: Ritual-Media-Karma at Hada Contemporary Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

South Korean artist Je Baak returns to the UK for his second solo exhibition Ritual-Media-Karma at Hada Contemporary. The gallery is made up of just two small rooms, each featuring a separate series of beautiful and deceptively simple [read more]

Today’s Specials at Pace London | Exhibition review

Today’s Specials at Pace London
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Open any magazine, visit any bookshop or library, spend five minutes online and there it is – food, glorious food. Pace London presents Today’s Specials, a satirical exhibition cooked up in order to explore the consumerist, [read more]

Cryptopology at The Crypt Gallery | Exhibition review

Cryptopology at The Crypt Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Crypt Gallery is a London gem on the Euston Road, a slice of the past culture of death, and still the resting place of some souls from the early 1800s. It’s a brick labyrinth with irregular passages, low ceilings and uncertain [read more]

Joshua Raffell: Craft and Controversy at Studio 1.1 | Exhibition review

Joshua Raffell: Craft and Controversy at Studio 1.1
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Situated deep in the heartland of gentrification and club kid nostalgia known as Shoreditch, Studio 1.1 welcomes you to the (not so) triumphant return of Joshua Raffell.  In a nutshell what you have here is a series of grotesque handmade [read more]

James Ostrer: Wotsit All About? at Gazelli Art House | Exhibition review

James Ostrer: Wotsit All About? at Gazelli Art House
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Gazelli Art House in Mayfair is currently showing an exhibition of photographs by James Ostrer depicting men and women grotesquely covered in sweets and junk food. As you may be able to gather, the work is about highlighting the [read more]

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