October 20, 2019

1st October- 2nd November 2019

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Perhaps one of the most prevalent subjects shaping conversation today is the issue of the consumer society, or rather the detrimental effects that derive from it. This narrative is threaded through modern media and liter...

October 20, 2019

17th October 2019 – 9th February 2020

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Tate Collective - £5

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Everyone who has been to Tate Modern before, has probably seen Nam June Paik’s (1993-2006) work. The Korean-born artist, known for his experimental video art, has his own sp...

October 15, 2019

2nd October - 21st October 2019

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A year into Trump’s presidency, Scottish photographer Robbie Lawrence travelled to the Lowland area of southern Georgia, USA. Near the estuary of the Ogeechee River, a community struggles with the impact of global warmi...

October 15, 2019

1st October - 22nd November 2019

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Sarah Shamma’s exploration of the sale and exploitation of girls in Syria and Iraq is an exhibition definitely worth visiting. The London-based Syrian artist aims to lift the wool off our eyes in order to make us clear...

October 15, 2019

Photos via Wikimedia Commons: Mummified hand from the Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon

When I visited the Pompeii exhibition during its temporary feature at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, I remember holding my breath. I wasn’t convinced that I was prepared t...

October 13, 2019

2nd October – 2nd November 2019

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Though it has been around in the art world forever, the contrast between civilisation and nature seems to be even more applicable now than ever. This very contrast is the core of Roots, yet Ai Weiwei seems to dedicate t...

October 13, 2019

Catching Colorful Moments of Life: A Review of Elizabeth Peyton’s “Aire and Angels” 

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Prepare yourself to feel like a giant in a room with lofted ceilings—a feat that may seem impossible, but becomes reality through the exhibition of Elizabeth Peyton’s...

“Maybe sorry is the closest I ever got to expressing love.” 

Jenny Hval, via Tom Øverlie (Flickr)

Ruminations on love; the ecosystem of a human narrative, and one’s place in it; ‘of corpse’ and other gems; blossoming into awareness. In Jenny Hval’s latest album...

October 12, 2019

03rd October 2019 – 05th January 2020

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Mary Sibande, Living Memory, 2011 Archival Digital Print 126 x 87 cm. Image taken from Somerset House's website.

Mary Sibande is described as "one of South Africa’s most prominent contemporary artists"...

October 12, 2019

2nd October - 2nd November

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New York-based Stanley Whitney opens his second exhibition Afternoon Paintings in the Lisson Gallery, presenting two rooms filled with 12, 24 and 40 inch paintings, all portraying Whitney’s signature style. The compositions...

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