Giacometti meets Lindbergh @ Gagosian

Photography is now eclipsing almost everything. Thanks largely to social media sites Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, if an event has not been photographed, it hasn’t been documented and it never really happened. Now seems like a fitting time then, for Gagosian to be showing the sculptural masterpieces of Alberto Giacometti in photographic form, which are […]

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Howard Tangye @ Amar Gallery

A new gallery has been born in-between Islington and Kings Cross. With a view to create a sense of community in one of London’s ever-growing art hubs, Amar Gallery both exhibits contemporary art and hosts an on-site studio where it will provide residencies for artists from all over the world. Its inaugural exhibition Links has […]

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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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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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The Show is Over @ Gagosian

When most people think about art they think about painting. The Gagosian believes however, that the era of painting is over and presents us with a more abstract view of art. The show is a modern look at abstraction. However, I think the title is wrong. Many of the images do in fact involve paint. […]

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Twombly @ Gagosian, Britannia Street

When I started writing about art last year it was after having visited the glorious Cy Twombly and Nicolas Poussin exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery. I had never even heard of Twombly before but I was infatuated with his work and a year on my love affair with his art continues. The Gagosian Gallery has […]

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Polly Morgan @ All Visual Arts

Polly Morgan first came to my attention with her entry ‘Resurrection’ in the big egg hunt. Morgan had suspended a young chick inside a clear egg, the chick hung from a balloon, which was in place of the yolk. She described this as being like a giant lung, lifting the body gracefully to heaven. Now […]

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