Ruth Asawa @ David Zwirner, New York

Earlier this month, dozens of copper structures were hung from the ceilings of David Zwirner in New York. The very material from which the wired objects are constructed from, would suggest for a cold, uninviting viewing experience. However, the sculptures rested gently like serene satellites, causing the viewer to stare in wonder. Ruth Asawa (1926-2013) […]

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Vermeer @ National Gallery

Currently on display at the National Gallery are a handful of 17th century instruments alongside Dutch paintings. The Gallery is celebrating summer with a look into the role of music in society from group performances to intimate interactions between student and teacher. Although small, the exhibition gives a fair look at Dutch paintings of the […]

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Tali Lennox & Co. @ Whisper Gallery

So, as if we didn’t have enough reasons to envy models: beauty, style, bodies to die for, the list goes on. It now appears, some of them have other talents relating to aesthetics – that talent being art. Currently on show at the Whisper Gallery is artwork from four of the fashion elite, and it […]

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Shezad Dawood @Modern Art Oxford

If you plan on heading down to Modern Art Oxford any time soon prepare yourself for a shock. The walls will not be covered with paintings, nor will the galleries be full of sculpture. Instead, you will be confronted with a giant white doughnut in which you will be instructed to sit and become introduced […]

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Titian @ National Gallery

Titian is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of the 16th century. Not only is the artist greatly respected today, but he also had great success during his own lifetime. Today, one of his earliest works from when he was just a teenager, The Flight Into Egypt, is on view at the […]

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Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern

Standing outside the Tate Modern is a larger than life anatomical model which looks like it was enlarged straight out of a science class. In fact, it is Damien Hirst’s way of welcoming you into his first major retrospective show. Whether good or bad, the YBA who first came to media attention after his notorious […]

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Picasso @ Tate Britain

When I first heard about an exhibition at the Tate Britain comparing British artists with Picasso I thought it was a strange idea. Of course Picasso had a great impact on many, yet why these artists in particular? The British seven – comprising of Francis Bacon, Duncan Grant, David Hockney, Wyndham Lewis, Henry Moore, Ben […]

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