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'Malick Sidibé: the modern eye of Mali', Somerset House, London

To Somerset House for the excellent (and free) Malick Sidibé show: “The modern eye of Mali”.

Highly recommended: great to see some really big prints of work that I’ve mostly seen online and in small-ish books. Nice soundtrack, too.


Finding some gems

I feel like I’ve been sick since I arrived. I’ve had three serious sore throats and two fevers. Is it the stress of an international move? 557 more words


Björk is not only a musical goddess, but also a visual artist long been experimenting with digital media. This autumn (until 23rd October) Somerset House in London hosts a pioneering exhibition showcasing Björk’s attempt to deliver music in virtual reality. 420 more words


LONDON: Rodin & Dance

Rodin & Dance: The Essence of Movement

20 October 2016 – 22 January 2017

The Courtauld Gallery, Somerset House, Strand, London

Rodin & Dance: The Essence of Movement is the first major exhibition to explore Rodin’s fascination with dance and bodies in extreme acrobatic poses.

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An upbeat view of Africa

What started out as a small offshoot African art fair at the time of the Frieze has quietly grown and placed a very big African footprint on this London show. 778 more words

Visual Arts

Björk, face to face.

11/10/2016                                                                                               Somerset House, London

As a starting point of what is going to be a series of visits to the most important galleries and museums around London, Rose Bruford choose the Somerset House for the 1st year students of Scenic arts, Lighting design, Theatre design, CLC, Performance sound, Costume production and Stage management. 165 more words


Zak Ové's Triumph at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London (2016)

The 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair presented its fourth consecutive edition at Somerset House in London (6-9 October 2016) – organised by the Fair’s founding director, Moroccan-born entrepreneur and art enthusiast Touria El Glaoui. 1,002 more words