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Open Windows: Wana on the Robin Hood Gardens Estate

85 x 125 cm

Acrylic and oil on canvas.

From the series Open Windows: London architecture and architects

Wana Kejeh was born in Bermondsey, South London in 1984. 808 more words


Flux exhibition 11th - 14th December 2015 at the Royal College of Art

I’m honoured to be a selected artist at the upcoming Flux exhibition.

“The aim of FLUX is to bridge the gap between artists and buyers, bringing contemporary art to a wider audience and actively seeking collaborations, commissions and fantastic venues for exhibitions. 53 more words

Upcoming And Recent Exhibitions

Mademoiselle Privé

What do you do on a random afternoon off in London? Shop? Soak up some culture? Eat a crap load of food?

In London, you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from an amazing restaurant or round the corner from a brilliant exhibit so I decided to do a bit of everything last week on a random day off from work. 1,351 more words


London Lasts

After leaving work to get ready to move to Chile, I wanted to spend the last couple of weeks doing the things I loved.  So this is how I spent my last two weeks in London: 427 more words


Mostly Uninvited 485

This woman has something to do with financial compensation.

If You Are New Here: This project involves me sewing faces, from the obscene amount of junk mail that finds its way into my house, onto a big woollen blanket.  70 more words


TGR: Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei is currently having a mega exhibition at the Royal Academy in London, and in an attempt to be culturally informed and all that Rachel and I decided to spend our sunday afternoon there. 969 more words

10 Tips on How To Survive a Contemporary Art Fair

It’s Autumn in London. It means only one thing : Frieze week. The fair set its quarters in Regent’s Park, and brought to the city a perfume of contemporary art. 548 more words

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