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John Bellany x David Bowie at Fortnum&Mason

Right on time for Frieze Art Fair, Fortnum & Mason, the iconic luxury superstore in central London, currently features paintings and photographies by John Bellany (1942 – 2013) in its windows. 151 more words


REMLA - Grayson Perry inspiration

It wasn’t until my second visit to the archive that I happened to stumble upon some pretty landscape images, from the selection of albums that Danielle had laid out for us. 196 more words


London - Part 4

Friday started with a tour of Royal Albert Hall, the highlight of Oscar’s holiday (so far). He loves classical music and the BBC proms were rehearsing, this also meant we were unable to take photo’s or video inside. 298 more words

Days Out

Decolonising and diversifying institutions: creating inclusive spaces where difference is respected

The 2017 Serpentine Pavilion – designed by Diébédo Francis Kéré from Burkina Faso, and displayed in Kensington Gardens, London (23 June – 8 October) – represents an architectural structure designed with community gatherings and convivial interactions in mind. 1,933 more words


Improbable Renditions

American photographer Ming Smith is better known for her portraits of Nina Simone and Alvin Ailey – black cultural figures in American at a time of widespread social unrest  (what has changed?) – and a snippet of her forty year career, with the subjects captured in a state between distortion and definition, can be seen at The Serpentine Gallery in London. 19 more words

On The Road

The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever

When I heard the name Grayson Perry, I admit I had to google him. When I saw the picture I was like ok yeah that guy from the telly who dresses as a woman ! 372 more words