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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Anselm Kiefer @ White Cube

If you only see one more exhibition before this year draws to a close, make sure it is Anselm Kiefer’s solo exhibition at White Cube. Walhalla is an immersive experience which unravels to reveal a beguiling universe as you progress through the gallery space. Kiefer’s show is a journey. His work has completely taken over […]

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Antony Gormley @ White Cube

Antony Gormley’s Fit exhibition at White Cube Bermondsey is a little like a giant jigsaw puzzle that hasn’t quite managed to be put together into one complete image. Each of the pieces has been separated within 15 spaces, forcing the participants who are trying to paste the puzzle into one whole to search desperately around […]

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Christine Ay Tjoe @ White Cube

I stumbled upon a photograph of Christine Ay Tjoe’s exhibition at White Cube on instagram by accident and knew instantly that I had to visit. The colours in her work and the way they fall across the canvas look strikingly similar to Cy Twombly’s work, but there is a kind different energy splattered across the […]

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Marc Quinn @ White Cube

I am not going to even bother talking about the paintings inside Marc Quinn’s current Toxic Sublime exhibition at White Cube. They are completely insignificant and forgettable compared to his sculptures, and they alone would have sufficed. I am a cancerian and perhaps that is why I am drawn to shells. Quinn’s sculptures inside the […]

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