Now, you’re unlikely to have known given that the 2011 Necessary Evil was strictly only revealed to those considered as cool and hip as a slim daddy cat on a smooth washboard of radical vibes, and so in the end even I didn’t see it as it was decided that nobody outside my own brain fulfilled the requirements, but Peej’s 2011 Mercury dominating masterpiece ‘Let England Shake’ came in at second place, behind only the Weeknd’s debut and one ahead of… … 638 more words
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After the visual overload and sensory stimulus experienced at Frieze London, the 1:54 Contemporary African Art fair shone like a beacon of quietude and reflection. Smaller, contained, thoughtful – it offered a much more intimate opportunity to spend time with works, have a sense of the artists on display, and maybe even understand the positioning of the galleries who were exhibiting. 262 more words
I was first introduced to the ebullient world of Hassan Hajjaj last year at an exhibition on dandyism and black masculinity at The Photographers’ Gallery which included two of his portraits – and was intrigued to see more when I heard that Somerset House were hosting a solo exhibition by the Moroccan-British artist. 278 more words
Somerset House in Central London.
Rumah Somerset di Pusat Bandaraya London.
Special installation by Marc Quinn.
Pemasangan istimewa Marc Quinn. 6 more words