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Weekly Photo Challenge - Dance

This electronic artwork created by Julian Opie is always in motion.  Ann Dancing swings her hips from side to side on all four panels.  When I lived downtown, this was my beacon home. 10 more words


Two Faced

As a child, the textured wallpaper on my ceiling frightened me because I could see faces everywhere in it. This instinct to latch on to any shape which even vaguely suggests a face is fascinating. 2,191 more words


Gallery run 4th March

Woven Nordic landscape from Andreas Eriksson, two outdoor artworks from Lisson Gallery artists, figurative works by Jeff Koons, Steven Claydon and Chantal Joffe. Lastly a journey back to Bauhaus. 154 more words

Lisson Gallery

Questioning the Collection: Then and Now 16/02/2016

The artefact that I found most interesting was the laser cut portraits by Julian Opie, which were sectioned under Materials and Techniques Room, Prints and Drawings – The Julie and Robert Breckman Gallery. 561 more words


Artist Julian Opie creates new permanent artwork for Carnaby as Lumiere London kicks off

The streets of the capital will be lit up in ways never seen before this week as Lumiere London kicks off. Over four consecutive evenings (14-17 January 2016), international artists will light up some of the West End and Kings Cross’ most iconic buildings with 3D projections, interactive installations and illuminated artwork. 288 more words


Artist of the moment.........Tabaimo

Tabaimo is a Contemporary visual artist from Japan. Her government name is Ayako Tabata. Ayako Tabata was born in Hyogo, Japan in the year 1975. 186 more words

Walking in the Rain at North Kensington Library

Art & Craft activities have been my passion. So, you can imagine my excitement and happiness when more than 20 children and adults came for the Half-term session and enjoyed the activity inspired by Julian Opie’s iconic paintings… 273 more words