Wim Wenders @ The Photographer’s Gallery

 “[Polaroids] are all about present tense…powerfully present, unrepeatable, one of a kind.” – Wim Wenders  The current exhibition of Polaroids taken by Wim Wenders between the 1960s and 1980s at the Photographer’s Gallery in London is a gentle love letter to the mode of instant photography first produced in 1948. Across two floors of the […]

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Basim Magdy @ Arnolfini

If you were an animal, what you would you be? A whale. They’re too big to care. – Basim Magdy, An Apology to a Love Story The Future is Your Enemy reads the text printed on a large screen that appears on the poster of Basim Magdy’s incumbent exhibition at Arnolfini in Bristol. The screen […]

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Marina Abramovic @ Lisson

Marina Abramovic seems to me to be the sweetheart of the performance art world, despite being controversial, many remain captivated by her work, thus it seems fitting that White Space, the name of her current retrospective-style show at the Lisson Gallery, comes from a performance first realised in 1972, which has its focal point in […]

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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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Hockney @ Royal Academy

The hotly anticipated arrival of David Hockney’s A Bigger Picture at the Royal Academy doesn’t fail to disappoint. On show is over 150 works, most of which have been completed within the last decade. The main galleries of the academy were offered to the artist to show landscapes after he showed Bigger Trees near Warter […]

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