Love in a Cold Climate @ The Dot Project

The title given to Flora Alexandra Ogilvy and India Whalley’s co-curated exhibition at The Dot Project would suggest for a downcast room full of wintery landscapes populated by pining figures. In reality, the gallery in Fulham has become home to a series of abstract paintings made by artists that the duo found on social media. […]

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Abstract Expressionism @ RA

Abstract Expressionism was the first artistic movement that saw the centre of the art world move out of Paris and into New York City. The term, which is now largely associated with American artists like Jackson Pollock, was actually first used in a German magazine in 1919. Alfred Barr, the first director of New York’s […]

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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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The Show is Over @ Gagosian

When most people think about art they think about painting. The Gagosian believes however, that the era of painting is over and presents us with a more abstract view of art. The show is a modern look at abstraction. However, I think the title is wrong. Many of the images do in fact involve paint. […]

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Mondrian & Nicholson @ Courtauld

For as long as I can remember, the simplicity of the strong black lines against a clean white background with a hint of colour in Mondrian’s abstractions have always been some of my favourite pieces of art. Now, the Courtauld Gallery is comparing this work to that of modern British artist Ben Nicholson and I […]

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