Do Ho Suh @ Victoria Miro

How does one define home? Is it a place? Is it a feeling? If it is a physical space, what in its very physicality elevates it from a building to a location filled with sentiment? Can a place of residence evolve into a home immediately or does a dwelling become a realm of feeling over […]

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Gallery Girl is FOUR today! I started the blog just before enrolling into university as a place to document the exhibitions that I was going to. Who would have believed that four years later I would have completed two degrees as well as the blog, which has now seen me invited to exhibitions all over […]

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Yayoi Kusama @ Victoria Miro

The Victoria Miro Gallery on Wharf Road is situated in a vastly different location to its Mayfair counterpart. The surrounding area is predominantly residential and it appears to be lacking in luxury boutiques and swanky restaurants. In fact, you have to pass a petrol station and a McDonalds to get to it. Yet this unassuming […]

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Yayoi Kusama @ Victoria Miro

When someone mentions the name Yayoi Kusama our first thoughts turn to bright colours and dozens and dozens of polkadots. However, a recent show at Victoria Miro shows that the Japanese artist has recently taken a different turn. White Infinity Nets is made up of just that. A lot of white, under the guise of […]

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