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Posts Tagged ‘Exhibition Review’

Satoshi Date: London Fashion Week A/W 2012 Exhibition Review

This London Fashion Week, designer Satoshi Date presented his A/W 2012 collections during an exhibition/workshop titled Alchemist's MInd where one could turn old, unloved material objects and feelings into something more precious.

Written by Maria Papadimitriou

Satoshi Date AW 2012 by Claire Kearns

Satoshi Date AW 2012 by Claire Kearns

Satoshi Date, an ethical fashion designer featured in Amelia's Compendium of Fashion Illustration, returned to an archway space on Holyrood Street near London Bridge to exhibit his A/W 2012 Lines 1 and 2 during London Fashion Week. He presented his S/S 2011 collection in the same gallery and in quite a similar way, having his designs hung from the ceiling along with other fabric elements so that the whole formed an installation.

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Dreamboat Vs Inkygoodness Exhibition, Bristol

Art platform makers, Inkygoodness have got together with Dreamboat Records for an Exhibition involving 28 artists, music and the theme: Dreamboat. I asked Inkygoodness about arty things and popped into the show's launch party.

Written by Helen Martin

Dreamboat by Lisa Hassell
Aviator and French writer of books such as ‘Night Flight’ and ‘Wind. Sand and Stars’, Antoine de Saint-Exupery said: ‘If you want to build a ship, …

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Gavin Bond: Music 21st Century Rock n’ Royalty

Enter the sexy world of one of the most acclaimed music photographers!

Written by Laura Havlin

All photographs courtesy of Gavin Bond. The Killers
The latest retrospective exhibition by acclaimed photographer Gavin Bond celebrates the best of his music work. Acting as a visual encyclopaedia of 21st …

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London Art Fair 2010

The London Art Fair 2010 was held from the 13 to the 17th of January 2010 in Islington. Zanny Mellor enjoyed losing herself amongst this annual hustle and bustle of bountiful creativity!

Written by Zanny Mellor

Thomas Allen, Unreachable, 2009, Chromogenic Print, 20 x 24 inches, Courtesy of Foley Gallery
I always get rather excited about large art fairs or exhibitions as you have hours of perusing …

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Peek-a-Boo! Boo Saville: Trolley Gallery

Saville is represented by Trolley Gallery where she is currently showing an edition of unique prints. Gareth David is pleasantly spooked.

Written by Gareth David

All artworks courtesy of Boo Saville. Indefinate series, Oil on canvas, 2008
Boo Saville’s show at the Trolley Gallery on Redchurch Street isn’t the kind of thing that tomes and volumes …

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Earth at The Royal Academy of Art

The Earth show or the Art of a changing world at the Royal Academy of Art was a grand sweeping affair. Art editor Valerie Pezeron attended the press view and reports for those who missed it.

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Mariele Neudecker, ‘400 Thousand Generations’, 2009. Steel, fiberglass, water, salt GAC100. 153 x 113 x 55 cm. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm. Photo courtesy the artist
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From One Extreme to the Other at Idea Generation Gallery

As the Nat Finkelstein retrospective enters its final week, Amy Hughes discovers the photographer’s true role in US cultural and political exposé

Written by Amy Hughes

All photographs courtesy of Idea Generation
The Warhol connection is a looming one, overshadowing many of the artistic talents tied to it, their skills and achievements gobbled up by all that …

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Urs Fischer: Molding Objects to Imperfection

The New York art scene is currently all about immersive installations as Brazilian contributor Vanessa Krongold discovered while visiting the Big Apple on a vacation trip. And the Urs Fisher exhibition left her with a taste for the absurd.

Written by Vanesa krongold

All Photographs courtesy of New Museum, except where otherwise stated
It is now time for the absurd to take center stage. Swiss-born “imperfectionist” Urs Ficher makes the gallery goer rethink his …

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Tom Foulsham-The Table that can Tell Stories And Other Contraptions

An intriguing insight into the workings of mechanisms, everyday science and the interaction and play between machine and spectator

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Man Making Machine © Tom Foulsham
Minnie Weisz’s studio, a one-storey alcove of delightfully quirky art concealed underneath Kings Cross’s railway arches, is currently harboring the perfect antidote to the last-minute …

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Black Dog Books Haunt Black Rat’s latest Projects

Unique exhibits inhabit haunted bookshop with personality

Written by Valerie Pezeron

Loaded © Sweet Tooth
The invite for Black Dog Books was intriguing and slightly misleading… a number of nice surprises beckon when I arrive at the venue to meet with …

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Visible Invisible: Against the Security of the Real

Hannah Osborne investigates artistic attempts at rendering visible the invisible forces within the visible

Written by Hannah Osborne

Untitled 2 by Shaun Mc Dowell
To examine artists on display in regards to their own sense of what is intangible; what is the unbeknownst? Cecily Brown (one of the five …

Being and Nothing-ness

Exhibition review, Photography by Emma Taylor

Written by Chloe Stead

On Thursday I headed down to Nolias Gallery to the opening of Being and Nothing-ness an exhibition featuring three Korean artists, curated by JW Stella.
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