Gallery Girl @ Nour Festival

The Nour Festival is an annual celebration of contemporary arts from the Middle East and North Africa across multiple platforms in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The word ‘nour’ in Arabic translates to ‘light’ in English, which seems apt, as it provides an artistic light as dark autumnal nights are now upon us […]

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Marina Abramovic @ Serpentine

Marina Abramovic is without a doubt the most famous performance artist on the earth, a fact the artist acknowledges by referring to herself as the ‘grandmother of performance art.’ This summer she has created a six week exhibition at the Serpentine entitled 512 hours where she claims to be present for eight hours each day, […]

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Chapman Brothers @ Serpentine, Sackler Gallery

The aptly named ‘Come and See’ exhibition hosted by the Chapman Brothers at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery is astounding, and quite frankly, everyone needs to ‘come and see’ for themselves. The title of the exhibition comes from a film about the horror of the second world war, however, though the art may be gruesome and […]

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Meadham Kirchoff @ V&A

Some of the greatest British designers have been holding catwalk shows at the Victoria and Albert Museum over the past few years. Shows from Gareth Pugh to Erdem Moralioglu have gracefully been staged in the museum which is most famous for its art. These shows come under the title ‘Fashion in Motion’, and I was […]

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Secret @ Royal College of Art

Now in its 18th year, the Royal College of Art’s Secret Exhibition is home to over 2,900 original postcard sized artworks. Designs by artists, fashionistas, film makers and up and coming artists from the Royal College of Art itself feature in the impressive collection. From Emin to Erdem, the exhibition boasts an impressive display of […]

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