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Julio Le Parc is a kentic artist that also works with light from Argentina, I first came across his work on a recent visit to London. 380 more words


Julio Le Parc at the Serpetine Sackler Gallery

Le Parc is an Argentinian artist, and had his first solo exhibition in the UK in the Sackler Gallery this January. His work in this exhibit was light based, housing pieces that uses mirrors/ lights/ and the art of deception to create dreamy scenes, comforting to observe for a wide range of ages and people. 65 more words

Reiner Ruthenbeck - Exhibited at the Serpentine Gallery

The next gallery I visited after the student takeover at the V&A, was at the Serpentine to see Ruthenbeck’s work. When entering the space, I couldn’t help but reflect back to the last time I was there. 332 more words

Hortus Conclusus: A garden within a garden

I imagined something to dream in, something loose and wild…I want visitors to see that architecture is simple and planting is complex. Looking into plants brings you into another kind of thinking, connected with inner space.
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Reiner Ruthenbeck @SerpentineUK: Everyday abstract that left us all guessing.

‘It’s a giant pile of earth’ . It was a strong start.

There’s nothing better than taking kids to abstract art exhibitions where they can actually identify what they see. 590 more words


SelgasCano to Design 2015 Serpentine Pavilion

 Spanish architects SelgasCano have been selected to design the 2015 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, which has become one of the top-ten most visited architectural and design exhibitions in the world. 137 more words


Martin Parr

Martin Parr is a British documentary photographer. His photographs contain an intimate and satirical twist to modern life. He particularly documents in social classes and also the wealth of western countries. 365 more words