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Exploring London's Parks

London has THE BEST parks.  Friday after checking into St. Ermin’s, we immediately set out to explore and push on to avoid the dreaded jet lag.  922 more words


John Latham at the Serpentine Gallery review ****

John Latham: A World View

Serpentine Gallery, 17th March 2017

in recent years I have had a growing fascination with the “pure” Conceptual Art (only capitals will do here) of the 1960’s and 1970s and the way it appears to have come to influence chunks of today’s artistic discourse. 752 more words


Lucy Raven at Serpentine: Our favourite kind of screen time

Lucy Raven: Curtains, 2014 Anaglyph video installation, 5.1 sound, 50 mins, looped; image courtesy and © 2016 Lucy Raven

We are absolutely loving the run of screen based installation art that is taking London by storm at the moment. 467 more words


Enough Tyranny by Marc Camille at the Serpentine Gallery


Context a bit about the artist and his exhibition:

Marc Camille is an artist he has done a number of different types of media based work within sculpture photography painting with prototypes for everyday objects. 596 more words


Zaha Hadid Rarely-Seen Sketchbooks at the Serpentine Gallery

Zaha Hadid /// Serpentine Sackler Gallery /// 8 Dec 2016 to 12 Feb 2017

This winter, the Serpentine presents an exhibition of paintings and the rarely seen drawings of the pioneering and visionary architect Zaha Hadid. 304 more words


Frieze London 2016

Yes, it was Frieze again; the merry-go-round of events to tantalise weary global shoppers.

Amidst all of this: art!

A lot to see and do and to recover from, hence my delay in writing. 285 more words