Jeff Koons @ Almine Rech

There is something oddly appealing about the current display of Jeff Koons new work at Almine Rech on Grosvenor Hill. The exhibition comprises of two sculptures, some ready mades and the beguiling ‘Gazing Ball’ series. The Gazing Ball works are made up of 50 images, although just a select handful are on display in London. […]

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Hattie Stewart @ House of Illustration

I have been enamored with illustrator Hattie Stewart’s work since her collaboration with Australian accessories designer Poppy Lissiman. Stewart’s fashion industry oriented scribbles are bright and colourful, injecting a large dose of fun into a genre that can be serious and unapproachable. She is currently the first to have been selected for a series of […]

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Jeff Koons @ Pompidou Centre

Jeff Koons is the king of the American contemporary art world. His work is bright and controversial. He has had a career that has spanned over three decades that was the subject of a major retrospective show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York last year. It has now come to the […]

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Post Pop @ Saatchi

There is so much to see at the Saatchi Gallery right now that it is impossible to know where to begin. The incumbent exhibition, Post Pop: East Meets West is full to the brim with modern gems to keep the keen gallery-goer entertained for hours. The display boasts 250 works from American, British, Chinese and […]

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Louis Vuitton & Marc Jacobs @ Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Ever since seeing pictures of the current Louis Vuitton exhibition in Paris I just knew I had to go when I visited the city this Summer. While I have never been a huge fan of the brand, the images of the staging of the show were flawless and I have always been a huge lover […]

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