Is Fashion an Art?

September not only means the start of the new academic year. While millions of children and students around the world are readying themselves for essays and lectures, the world’s sartorial elite cast their eyes to New York, London, Paris and Milan for a month of four consecutive weeks of fashion. What does this have to […]

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Artist Textiles @ Fashion & Textile Museum

It is no secret that I am OBSESSED with art. However, this obsession is always in close contest with my infatuation with fashion. The Fashion and Textiles Museum opened a show devoted to famous artists who have lent their work to fabric in February, and I have been DYING to go. This saturday, I FINALLY […]

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Gallery Girl @ A Fine Art Auction

I generally like to upload at least one new blog post per week. However, dissertation deadlines, exams and a student budget have kept me away from galleries during the past week. However, that was never going to stop me from churning out an art related piece for all of my readers. I was struggling to […]

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Richard Hamilton @ ICA and Alan Cristea

Richard Hamilton is the first artist that tends to come to mind when they think about British Pop. Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing? His collage from 1957 is probably just as well known as Warhol’s prints and Lichtenstein’s graphic comic like images from 1960s New York. Now, his […]

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Man Ray @ National Portrait Gallery

From Dada to Surrealism, throughout the visual and literary arts, everyone from Picasso to James Joyce were photographed by Man Ray. For more than fifty years, the artist captured the faces of his age to immortalise them in photographs which continue to be greatly revered today. Now the National Portrait Gallery are showcasing more than […]

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