Sunflowers @ National Gallery

The last time I saw people queueing at the National Gallery was for the Da Vinci exhibition. I tried multiple times to visit the Sunflowers exhibition without having to wait in line but was unsuccessful and eventually took my place at the end of the line like everyone else, but I am glad that I […]

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Rothko & Sugimoto @ Pace

For its inaugural exhibition at its second London location at Burlington Gardens, New York gallery Pace opens with Mark Rothko and Hiroshi Sugimoto. The gallery space which has previously been occupied by Haunch of Venison and is neighbour to the Royal Academy has been renovated by Sir David Chipperfield. The predominantly dark show is the […]

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Rothko @ Whitechapel

Currently on display at the Whitechapel Gallery in east London is a replica of the first solo British exhibition by Russian-born American, Mark Rothko. The show was originally displayed at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1961 and the 2011/12 display marks its 50th anniversary. The reconstructed version however, is not an exact reproduction; it is a […]

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