It seems odd to be writing an introduction to a lockdown London photographic series investigating the epicentre of the night, the quiet, airy night, which is the sum total of the stillness that has occurred thanks to the reduction in human footprint around a city, which has been so alive at all times of the day and night since Londinium has cooked up by the Romans.
The balmy Summer has been gobbled up by a new cooler season which promises to excite and challenge our sensibilities.
The Royal College of art Fine Art degree shows season opened In Battersea, on Friday with a strong representation of Sculpture, Painting, Printmaking and Photography. Julia Parkinson MA Sculpture The shows were exhibiting across the Dyson, Moving Image, Sackler and Sculpture buildings. The Textiles programme joins fellow School of Material programmes Ceramics & Glass and Jewellery & […]
Tate Modern has previewed the new Herzog & de Meuron,extension to the press and impressive is the only word I can use to describe its splendour. A 21st century cathedral for art, this structure will hold up for centuries to come.The building will officially open to the public on Friday 17 June. The new Switch House building […]
12 June 2016
The Broad, LA newest contemporary art museum, presents its inaugural special exhibition on June 11th – Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life. The museum, which opened last September, boasts the largest collection of the inimitable photographer’s works, exhibiting pieces from throughout her career spanning nearly half a century. The exhibit will be the first major solo […]