Marc Quinn @ Sir John Soane’s

The Sir John Soane’s Museum is probably one of the most fascinating places in London. The collection of objects amassed by the neo-classical architect Sir John Soane during his lifetime (1753-1837) amounts to a manifestation of artifacts that most of us could only dream of owning. Following his death, his house and its contents was […]

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Marc Quinn @ White Cube

I am not going to even bother talking about the paintings inside Marc Quinn’s current Toxic Sublime exhibition at White Cube. They are completely insignificant and forgettable compared to his sculptures, and they alone would have sufficed. I am a cancerian and perhaps that is why I am drawn to shells. Quinn’s sculptures inside the […]

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Tracey Emin @ White Cube

Tracey Emin is probably the marmite of the art world. Everyone has an opinion about her and her work and whether that be good or bad, it cannot be denied that she is arguably the most famous female living British artist. Emin’s current show at White Cube focuses on the female nude, a subject that […]

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Chapman Brothers @ Serpentine, Sackler Gallery

The aptly named ‘Come and See’ exhibition hosted by the Chapman Brothers at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery is astounding, and quite frankly, everyone needs to ‘come and see’ for themselves. The title of the exhibition comes from a film about the horror of the second world war, however, though the art may be gruesome and […]

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Damien Hirst @ Tate Modern

Standing outside the Tate Modern is a larger than life anatomical model which looks like it was enlarged straight out of a science class. In fact, it is Damien Hirst’s way of welcoming you into his first major retrospective show. Whether good or bad, the YBA who first came to media attention after his notorious […]

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