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Pringle of Scotland 200th

To celebrate 200 years of Pringle of Scotland, the label joined forces with Serpentine Gallery in London to curate the ‘195 Collaborations’ project, which promotes Scottish talents. 52 more words


The Art of 2015

When you live in London you end up passing by Hyde Park one way or another. It is always nice to have such a massive green space in the heart of a congested busy city. 243 more words


Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Mirror of Judgment

Whitehot Magazine, 2011. Original article.

Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Mirror of Judgment

The Serpentine Gallery, London. 

Michelangelo Pistoletto has got us all working for him. The artwork displayed at the Serpentine is only part of the equation; the rest is up to us visitors, moving slowly through the maze of swirling cardboard. 464 more words

Art Writing

The Artist Wasn't Present: Marina Abramovich's White Space

Marina Abramovich is one of a handful of contemporary female artists with international name recognition both within and outside of the art world. Her recent performance piece 512 Hours brought over 100,000 people to the Serpentine Gallery this summer.

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Exhibition Reviews

Serpentine Galleries

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