Frieze Frame

Frieze week has come to an end and the Regent’s Park fair must leave London for another year. Every year I find that Frieze Masters leaves more of an impact that its better famed sister Frieze. For me the sculptural and installation works this year were most memorable. Among my personal highlights were Hauser and […]

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Avedon & Warhol @ Gagosian

I am almost certain that there is always at least one exhibition in central London displaying at least one work of art by Andy Warhol. In fact, someone once told me that one in five artworks sold at auction is a Warhol and I can honestly say that it is a rare occurrence for me […]

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Artist Textiles @ Fashion & Textile Museum

It is no secret that I am OBSESSED with art. However, this obsession is always in close contest with my infatuation with fashion. The Fashion and Textiles Museum opened a show devoted to famous artists who have lent their work to fabric in February, and I have been DYING to go. This saturday, I FINALLY […]

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Surrealist Afternoon Tea @ Sotheby’s

Until Tuesday only, the date set for the upcoming Surrealist Art Sale at Sotheby’s, the London auction house is hosting a ‘surrealist afternoon tea’ which I was lucky enough to attend this afternoon. On the menu were earl grey cupcakes iced with dali’s clocks, scones with goats cheese and chilli jam and marshmallow clouds. 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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The Unknown @ London’s Auction Houses

I thought I’d take a quick moment to briefly talk about the treasures that can be uncovered on a quick visit to one of London’s reputable and distinguished auction houses. It is little talked about what can be found at such places as many believe that such venues are only open to the wealthy art […]

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