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Paul Strand: Photography & Film for the 20th Century

This exhibition is currently on the V&A, until July 3rd. Paul Strand (1890-1976) is undoubtedly one of the greatest and most influential photographers of the 20th century, particularly in terms of fine art and documentary photography. 289 more words


Spiti: A Himalayan Story by Joan Pollock

This was an exhibition that I stumbled upon, while making my way to the Paul Strand show at the V&A. Its a photographic exhibition depicting life in a remote valley in the western Himalayas. 334 more words



This exhibition is currently being shown at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, and is the first major show comprising work by Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder in a UK public institution.They have worked collaboratively as DAS INSTITUT since 2007, and come from New York and London respectively.The exhibition presents pieces both their collaboration, as well as their own individual practices. 181 more words


Hilda af Klint: Painting the Unseen

Last week, I spent a full day in Central London attempting to take  in  the latest exhibitions. Among one of my first visits, was to the Serpentine Gallery to view the work of Swedish artist Hilda af Klint (1862-1944). 326 more words


Big Bang Data @ Somerset House

‘As we go about our online activities, we unwittingly leave a trail of info behind us. This data no longer really belongs to us and is now being used to fuel a major new economy.

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Electronic Superhighway Exhibition Review

Electronic Superhighway is an exhibition based in the Whitechapel Gallery, East London. It is the collation of over 100 pieces of work from various artists from the 60s to present day all based around the key themes of internet and computing technologies and the impact it is having on artists and the wider world. 674 more words

Exhibition Review: Performing India, A Review of Picture This: Contemporary Photography and India, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

In my world photography and adventure should go together. While most people would probably think being the photographer is a more exciting experience than being a viewer, I like to think they can be equal undertakings. 1,866 more words