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Francis Alys review

Francis Alys at David Zwirner ,review

This is an artist I had only seen briefly and hadn’t really look at his work or watched one of his film all the way through, until I went to his latest show at the David Zwirner gallery. 621 more words


Georgia O'Keeffe review

Georgia O’Keeffe review

Very few shows combine the many different challenges women face in art, more than this new and long awaited retrospective of Georgia O’Keeffe, At the Tate this summer the largest ever outside of America. 663 more words


Jeff Koons review

Jeff Koons Review at Newport St gallery

This is a collection of Koons work that has been created by his friend Daimen Hirst. This is the first time this much of his work as been shown in the UK. 663 more words


Alton Towers Resort | Exhibition Review | July 2016.

When an attraction or exhibition is hit by tragedy it is so difficult to shake off the negative press and feeling surrounding it. I doubt that there’s a person in the UK (who is read a newspaper, been on social media, or watch the news) that doesn’t know about the Smiler crash at Alton Towers, in June last year… and I think it was in the back of our minds when we descended on the park (especially when a ride did break down briefly whilst we were in the queue.) 754 more words


BP Portrait Awards 2016 at the National Portrait Gallery

I had the chance last weekend to visit the BP Portrait Awards 2016 at the National Portrait Gallery. As always it is an interesting review of the world of portraiture today. 464 more words


Mona Hatoum Tate Review

Mona Hatoum Review at the Tate Modern

Mona Hatoum was an artist I had been told to look at in my first year of study, but apart from a brief reading about her work, I never really researched her enough and had never had the chance to see her work in person, to research the connection my tutor saw within my own practice. 592 more words