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Leon Golub |Bite your tongue | Serpentine Gallery London

Leon’ s Golub Bite Your Tongue exhibition has now finished (17/05/15).



What's On in London: Pascale Marthine Tayou: BOOMERANG at Serpentine Sackler Gallery

It’s the last weekend to see ‘BOOMERANG’ the first London exhibition by Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. The exhibition includes works made specifically for the Serpentine including paintings, sculptures and installations. 89 more words


Exploring the 2007 pavilion

The pavilion designed in 2007 by artist Olafur Eliasson and architect Kjetil Thorsen plays with the idea of motion and the dialogue of open and close spaces. 17 more words

Flâneur Friday

Inspired by a perfect cultural day out last Friday, I have decided to share some of my favourite past times, strolling around the streets of London. 455 more words



No other event, apart from Christmas, takes shop windows as seriously as the Salone. The installations I saw today through glass were innumerable and consistently inventive, humurous and engaging. 117 more words


Serpentine Gallery reveals colourful design for 2015

The Serpentine Gallery has unveiled a new design by SelgasCano for its 2015 Pavilion.

The Spanish duo, appointed for the job in December, have transformed the pavilion into colourful chrysalis shaped structure. 61 more words


London, UK: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

One of the wonders I miss most about living in London is walking to the annual Serpentine Gallery (@SerpentineUK) outdoor pavilion in Kensington Gardens. Creative and transformative architecture at its best in such a small and temporary space. 192 more words