A friend and I attended the opening "private viewing" for Emmanuelle Moureaux's 'Slices of Time' expecting a exclusive event with free drinks and fancy nibbles, and so were slightly disappointed when half of London was queuing outside when we arrived!
I dragged a few friends a long to this exhibition at the Southbank Centre one December Sunday morning and was a little embarrassed to find we were the only adults without children in the whole space! But once we overcame
I managed to catch this exhibition on the last day that it was showing at the 180 Strand space, and I was really glad I did. United Visual Artists are a collective I have admired for a while and their
On a recent weekend in Amsterdam, I was tipped off to the presence of a modern art gallery hidden away in the leafy suburbs of Den Haag, that happens to specialise in immersive / spacial installations. It turned out to
Like seemingly everyone else in London, I recently went to see Olafur Eliasson's glorious show at the Tate. What a treat. Each exhibit exploring different ideas and varying mediums, the only thread connecting them together being a sense of fun
For the second time in a year, the Saatchi Gallery has hosted an event that I was really excited about, and both times it really delivered. This atmospheric, subtle and eerie creation from James Lavelle of UNKLE fame, and the oh so clever