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Black Chronicles II Presents Never-Before-Seen Images of the Black Subject in Victorian Britain, Rivington Place, London

Black Chronicles II is a new exhibition revealing black presences in 19th and early 20th-century Britain, as seen in over 200 recently discovered photographs, most of which have never been exhibited or published before. 472 more words

After Nyne Culture

Casa Tomada @ Saatchi Gallery

I must say I visit Saatchi gallery at least twice a year for its new exhibition, they have their new exhibition up approximately every six months to nine months. 405 more words

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Book(worm)s about Town

On a rainy London afternoon we were on a mission to welcome a friend who recently took a leap of faith and moved to our city in pursuit of love and happiness. 196 more words

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Making Colour at the National Gallery

Last summer, I read Victoria Finlay’s brilliant ‘Colour: Travels through the Paintbox’ (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Colour-Travels-Paintbox-Victoria-Finlay/dp/0340733292), because any book devoted to both art and travel is going to be fine by me. 522 more words


Bridge – how artists view London and its river crossings at the Museum of London

Yesterday I was at the Bridge exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands to see how artists have imagined their city through the many structures that span the winding Thames. 638 more words


Wotsit All About by James Ostrer

British artist James Ostrer takes food obsession to a whole new level with his series of photographs, Wotsit All About.

Ostrer dresses his models in sweets, sauces and cold meats and the result are brilliantly grotesque and fetishised figures, an ode to our sugary obsession. 81 more words