Gallery Girl meets Seen Fifteen

Like many, Vivienne Gamble believed that a career in the art world was unattainable. However, after almost a decade working in TV advertising, she decided to redirect her future and has since founded Seen Fifteen gallery in Peckham. I met Vivienne inside the South London gallery that she named after Peckham’s eponymous postcode SE15. The […]

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Radical Love: Female Lust @ The Crypt

I have a lover who thinks the world Of himself and when he sees me off He cocks up ‘You couldn’t have had a better man.’ And I throw back: ‘Do you know of a better woman?’ – Hafsa bint Hamdan, 10th century Islamic Spain It is no secret that throughout history, the voices of […]

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Shades of Summer @ Arthill Gallery

Imagine the glittering surface of a private swimming pool in Los Angeles in July. The pool is yours and you are alone, nobody is here to bother you. As you begin to get into the water, you see an oasis inhabited with tropical birds and exotic flora. Out of curiosity you get out of the […]

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Dreamers Awake @ White Cube

I become my art, my art becomes me. My art is becoming my heart in my art. My heart is hard to handle, my art is too. I want to overwhelm you. I want to touch your feelings I want to give you tender strength. Feel! Feel the folds; one fold, two folds, expressive precise […]

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Gallery Girl meets AucArt

AucArt is an online auction house that exclusively consigns artwork from new graduates, building a global network for the next generation of artists and collectors. Natasha Arselan came up with the idea half way through her MA in Art and Cultural Management at King’s College, London. Having worked in galleries previously, gaining knowledge into how the art […]

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Giacometti meets Lindbergh @ Gagosian

Photography is now eclipsing almost everything. Thanks largely to social media sites Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, if an event has not been photographed, it hasn’t been documented and it never really happened. Now seems like a fitting time then, for Gagosian to be showing the sculptural masterpieces of Alberto Giacometti in photographic form, which are […]

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Sergei Parajanov @ Yerevan, Armenia

Imagine what might have happened if Mona Lisa was one of eleven sisters, all of whom were vying for da Vinci’s attention. In this fanciful tale, each of the sisters has their own individual magic powers, which she uses to charm her would be admirer. Their pursuits would then result in a series of unique […]

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