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M/Other Tongue at Tenderpixel | Exhibition review

M/Other Tongue at Tenderpixel
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Language is the means by which humanity expresses itself. However, as Sabel Gavaldon curator of M/Other Tongue notes, it is not a natural mode of expression but an implant, a “product of discipline and domestication”. Jacques Derrida [read more]

Printed Matter at Eleven Gallery | Exhibition review

Printed Matter at Eleven Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Printed Matter is Eleven Gallery’s latest exhibition, a collection of limited edition prints from some of the brightest forces in modern art. Work by established artists such as Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Peter Blake is found [read more]

David Altmejd: Faces at Modern Art | Exhibition review

David Altmejd: Faces at Modern Art
EXHIBITION REVIEW

David Altmejd is bound unequivocally to the human form, but never restrained by it. It’s his canvas: a jumping-off point from which he wanders in a hundred intriguing directions, moving so far from it in, in fact, that he pushes the [read more]

Pier Paolo Calzolari at Ronchini Gallery | Exhibition review

Pier Paolo Calzolari at Ronchini Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

With designer stores and million-pound sports cars littering the surrounding streets, the heart of Mayfair may seem an unlikely environment for rebellion against materialistic tradition, but Ronchini Gallery prides itself on an [read more]

At the Point of Gesture at Wimbledon College of Art | Exhibition review

At the Point of Gesture at Wimbledon College of Art
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Speaking about painting as an art form, David Ryan, curator of the University of Arts London exhibition At the Point of Gesture, said in a recent interview: “Its place and role in the art world today is perhaps confusing, but that is [read more]

Rachel Reupke: Letter of Complaint at Cubitt Gallery | Exhibition review

Rachel Reupke: Letter of Complaint at Cubitt Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Letter of Complaint is a ten-minute film exploring Rachel Reupke’s fascination in “the expressive properties of stock images”. In this short piece, an unseen female narrates four very different, yet equally vapid, letters of [read more]

Ian Breakwell: Important Works from the 60s and 70s at Anthony Reynolds Gallery | Exhibition review

Ian Breakwell: Important Works from the 60s and 70s at Anthony Reynolds Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Ian Breakwell was a unique, influential and diverse figure: “a painter, diarist, film maker, fiction writer, photographer, and broadcaster”, as the late commentator Tom Lubbock put it best. Now, ten years after Breakwell’s death, [read more]

Virgile Ittah and Kai Yoda: Walking on the Beach Imitating Sand at Hus Gallery | Exhibition review

Virgile Ittah and Kai Yoda: Walking on the Beach Imitating Sand at Hus Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

In their second collaboration to date, former Royal College of Art students Virgile Ittah and Kai Yoda showcase an installation of sculptures, objects and hanging pieces at London’s Hus Gallery. The opening reception of Walking on the [read more]

Five must-see exhibitions in London for Christmas 2014

Five must-see exhibitions in London for Christmas 2014

It’s a given that, whatever the season, London’s art scene will always be a rich source of varied work, showcasing household names to up-and-coming practitioners. Relevant yet ever-changing, London’s galleries in the weeks [read more]

Small Stories: At Home in a Doll’s House at the V&A Museum of Childhood | Exhibition review

Small Stories: At Home in a Doll’s House at the V&A Museum of Childhood
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Through the stories of 12 doll’s houses from the past 300 years, visitors to the V&A Museum of Childhood are offered a unique look at British social history. By way of these doll’s houses visitors gain an insight into the [read more]

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