Giacometti & Klein @ Gagosian

Alberto Giacometti and Yves Klein are arguably two of the most interesting and most loved artists of the twentieth century. Both Paris-based artists had an interest in the human form. While both men produced artwork at the same time, there is no evidence of the pair ever meeting. While Klein’s widow claims that she did […]

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Sterling Ruby @ Spruth Magers

A certain gallery in Mayfair should be feeling very relieved that I managed to find the time to visit the Sterling Ruby exhibition at Spruth Magers yesterday. I had not seen much that has impressed me recently and if it wasn’t for the show on Grafton Street I would have been posting a negative review […]

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Park Seo-Bo @ White Cube

I went to see the current Park Seo-Bo exhibition at White Cube when I was feeling tired and lazy. It was an early Saturday morning and I was hoping that Seo-Bo’s images would provide me with the boost I needed for the day. Unfortunately, they had the opposite effect. Before his White Cube show, I […]

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Losing the Compass @ White Cube

To us westerners, carpets are soft floor furnishings that don’t tend to conjure up much thought. Whilst they make for a more comfortable foundation than tiles or wooden floorboards, most of us wouldn’t even think to stop and admire the ground beneath our feet. Historically, carpets have carried a more artistic status when they have […]

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Twombly @ Gagosian Grosvenor Hill & Davies Street

I love Cy Twombly. I cannot tell you why exactly. I just do. The very first time I was faced with his work I felt compelled to write about it and this blog was born. My love affair continues, and to my delight, the Gagosian Gallery’s third London gallery on Grosvenor Hill has opened with […]

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Parker Ito @ White Cube, Mason’s Yard

Uh huh, honey. Three words (words?!), that I never expected to hear inside a gallery. However, the world’s most talked about couple (I’m talking Kimye/Kim Kardashian and Kanye West here), have managed to get themselves featured in the form of West’s music video for Bound 2, inside an art installation at White Cube in Mayfair. […]

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Summer Exhibition @ Royal Academy

Summer: Royal Ascot, Wimbledon, Henley, the return of the Polo season and this year, the Football World Cup. We are spoilt for choice when it comes to sport. However, there are artistic traditions too. Earlier this month the annual summer exhibition opened at the Royal Academy, a must-see for the cultural elite. For nearly 250 […]

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