Gavin Turk @ Newport Street

The Gavin Turk retrospective at Newport Street Gallery asks all the fundamental questions about modern art. Who? What? When? Where? How? Why? They are all covered in the show’s title, however, I personally don’t think that either Turk or his audience has found the answers just yet. Turk’s oeuvre is an explorative one. References to […]

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A Cabinet of Curiosities @ Barbican

The new exhibition at the Barbican is called ‘Magnificent Obsessions.’ It is a display of the personal collections of fourteen modern and contemporary artists and all I can say is that the display is magnificent and I am obsessed. The collections on display allow us to see inside the minds of some of the most […]

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Dries Van Noten @ Musee Des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris will forever be my favourite museum. Truth be told their exhibitions are so good that sometimes I use them as an excuse to jump on the eurostar. But hey, some people obsess over sport and film, I however, fan-girl over art and fashion. The two are currently combined in […]

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Andreas Gursky @ White Cube, Bermondsey

Andreas Gursky is most famous for having taken the most expensive photograph to ever be sold at auction. This was his Rhein II which sold for $4.3 million in 2011. His photographs are nearly always enormous and either crowded with figures or completely vacuous. Now a selection of works, old and new are on display […]

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David Bailey @ National Portrait Gallery

It seems fitting that the face of Kate Moss covers all the advertising for David Bailey’s career spanning exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. After all, Moss is probably the first model that springs to mind when we think of someone in the fashion industry who is British, timeless and has had the staying power […]

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