Chuck Close @ White Cube

Over 150 images spanning the last 40 years are currently adorning the White Cube’s walls. These prints comprise huge portraits which stare out at you. They are hyper-real, lifelike and unidealised. They are so realistic they look like photographs. But they aren’t. Portrait artist Chuck Close suffered a spinal aneurysm in 1988 yet looking at […]

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postmodernism @ V&A

The V&A is a dab hand at staging exhibitions on style, culture and fashion. In the past it has given the public insight into everything from surrealism to couture. The exploration of postmodernism is a chance to revisit, or in my case discover a period of colour, attitude and rebellion, in a grand departure from […]

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