Bone Memory @ Lychee One

Memory. Short-term, long-term, fond, unpleasant; there are many different kinds. Some memories are easily forgotten, yet some stay with us forever, they bury themselves deep under the skin and take up home within our bones. In Bone Memory at Lychee One, six artists examine how are memories manifest, and why some refuse to leave. The […]

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Gallery Girl meets Nadia Gohar

A line in the press release for Egyptian artist Nadia Gohar’s most recent exhibition at The Table in Toronto, Canada reads: ‘It is important to consider the dimensions of one’s inherited identity and the ways in which it may have been produced and reproduced.’ Gohar’s work combines sculpture and painting to touch upon her own […]

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William Morris @ Two Temple Place

Two Temple Place is a neo-Gothic mansion on the London Embankment. In 1895, it cost £250,000 to build for William Waldorf Astor, equal to £25million today. The building, which was designed to characterize literature and embody art, craft and architecture, encompasses Spanish mahogany hammer-beam ceilings and marble floors. This dazzling and dramatic building is home […]

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