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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

Art

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

Art

A Visit to London as if I Had Never Left

I had lived in London for 10 years and could not believe time had passed so quickly that I had not been back in 7 years. 377 more words

Culture

Serpentine summer houses: Explore four very different structures in Kensington Gardens

Every year, a temporary structure is erected in the grounds of the Serpentine Gallery. However, this year, the Serpentine Pavilion – designed by Denmark’s Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) – is accompanied by four smaller structures nearby in Kensington Gardens. 198 more words

London

Serpentine Pavilion

Bjarke Ingels

Every year in Hyde Park an artist is chosen to create the Serpentine Pavilion. This year Danish architect Bjarke Ingels was up to the challenge.  50 more words

London

Bjarke Ingels vs. Pokemon GO: the summer pavillion at the Serpentine gallery.

A regular pilgrimage for many architects in the Northern summer is to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington gardens to see the summer pavilion. This year’s pavillion is Bjarke Ingels of BIG architecture fame. 1,207 more words

Architecture