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Posts Tagged ‘art gallery’

Ena Salon Review: a new haircut thanks to Mothers Meeting

Last week I had my hair cut by the charming Jonathan at the family run Ena Salon in Holborn, with Snarfle in tow.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ena Salon Mothers Meeting Review
I've never really been one to pamper myself (I didn't cut my hair AT ALL for at least five years, and styling products stay woefully untouched on the bathroom shelf) but when you're a full time mum and trying hard to work at the same time it's nice to have a little bit of TLC at the hairdresser. So I jumped at the chance to have a new haircut courtesy of the nice people at Ena Salon (and organised by Jenny Scott of Mothers Meeting for a host of frazzled mummies).

Ena Salon Mothers Meeting Review
Ena Salon Mothers Meeting Review
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Bauhaus: Art as Life at the Barbican Art Gallery

The Barbican Art Gallery celebrates the most influential art and design school there ever was…

Written by Matt Bramford

T. Lux Feininger’s Sport at the Bauhaus by Scott Nellis A retrospective of a German modernist design movement seems like a slightly curveball choice whilst London is busy boasting about […]

Ron Arad: Restless. A review of the design exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery, London.

A review of the Ron Arad: Restless design exhibition at the Barbican: which features an awful lot of chairs...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Ron Arad reflective chair All photography by Amelia Gregory unless otherwise stated. Once upon a time I assisted a well known stylist on a shoot with Ron Arad. We went […]

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They shall not grow Oldmovies…

Youthmovies is no more, sniff! A solemn (not!) obituary by music contributor Gareth David

Written by Gareth David

Photograph courtesy of Youthmovies For those of you familiar with Youthmovies, information pills I say this: Fiddlesticks! On the 29th of December, they declared their intention to split after a […]

Street Art Likes the Great Indoors

Art In Mind, The Brick Lane Gallery, 30 April - 11 May

Written by Gareth David

“Come on down to The Brick Lane Gallery today, for cutting edge art at recession-busting prices! We’ve gone absolutely kerrr-azy! Bring a wheelbarrow. We got pretty art, ugly art, sincere […]