Christabel MacGreevy @ LAMB Arts

Inspired by the Virginia Woolf novel Orlando – which sees a medieval nobleman become a woman at the helm of the wheel driving through country lanes in the 1950s – Christabel MacGreevy’s first solo show Glut at LAMB Arts is an exploration of gender fluidity through drawing, sculpture and tapestry. Orlando was published in 1928, […]

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Beatriz Milhazes @ White Cube

For the most part, it seems as though spring has evaded London this year. Winter has dragged on so that a blanket of snow welcomed March in, and we bid farewell to April with rain showers and fog. Yet, despite the clouds and the cold temperature, the capital’s blossoms have bloomed defiantly, littering the grey […]

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Musée de Cluny @ Paris

I have probably been to Paris more than 50 times, yet on every visit I still manage to catch a glimpse of something new. On my most recent trip, I took my first visit to the sumptuously gorgeous Musée de Cluny. The museum, which has recently been renamed Musée national du Moyen Âge, is most […]

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Grayson Perry @ Turner Contemporary

I have long been a fan of Grayson Perry and his art. The Turner Prize winning potter is relatable to many people. Perry is not at all an elitist. For one thing he willingly talks about his art practice in public. He also unashamedly flaunts his cross-dressing habits with his alter-ego Claire often making appearances […]

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William Morris & Andy Warhol ft. Jeremy Deller @ Modern Art Oxford

William Morris and Andy Warhol are two artists that I would not think to put together. Jeremy Deller however, thinks differently and has curated a fascinating show that displays the pair’s work side by side at Modern Art Oxford. When you walk into the main galleries inside Modern Art Oxford you are immediately handed a […]

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