Park Seo-Bo @ White Cube

I went to see the current Park Seo-Bo exhibition at White Cube when I was feeling tired and lazy. It was an early Saturday morning and I was hoping that Seo-Bo’s images would provide me with the boost I needed for the day. Unfortunately, they had the opposite effect. Before his White Cube show, I […]

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Losing the Compass @ White Cube

To us westerners, carpets are soft floor furnishings that don’t tend to conjure up much thought. Whilst they make for a more comfortable foundation than tiles or wooden floorboards, most of us wouldn’t even think to stop and admire the ground beneath our feet. Historically, carpets have carried a more artistic status when they have […]

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Parker Ito @ White Cube, Mason’s Yard

Uh huh, honey. Three words (words?!), that I never expected to hear inside a gallery. However, the world’s most talked about couple (I’m talking Kimye/Kim Kardashian and Kanye West here), have managed to get themselves featured in the form of West’s music video for Bound 2, inside an art installation at White Cube in Mayfair. […]

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Liu Wei @ White Cube, Mason’s Yard

Contemporary Chinese art is very fashionable right now. Free of calligraphy and traditional motifs, 21st century Chinese art is political and has something to say. As does the work of Liu Wei, currently on display at White Cube. The show is made up of large sculptures which appear minimalistic at first. The upper level of […]

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Farewell White Cube, Hoxton Square

After 12 years the White Cube gallery in Hoxton Square closes its doors tomorrow. The gallery which is close to my heart will remain open in Bermondsey and Mayfair. Now that the east London location closes hopefully the success of the newest Bermondsey gallery will be enough to satiate the needs of many contemporary art […]

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