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Arts & Culture

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 -1979, Tate Britain

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 -1979, Tate Britain

This exhibition is most definitely not a whole bundle of fun. And the clues come thick and fast before you even enter. One almost has to stifle a yawn reading the title – one that resembles a Mastermind specialist subject or a University thesis rather than one for a crowd-pleasing […]

by × June 7, 2016 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Photo London 2016, Somerset House

Photo London 2016, Somerset House

Only founded last year, Photo London has already become the biggest Photographic fair in the UK and with 85 exhibitors from twenty countries, it is also undoubtedly one of the largest in the world. Taking place over four days it occupies a maze of rooms – and a courtyard pavilion – […]

by × May 23, 2016 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Derek Boshier Rethink/Re-entry Flowers Gallery London

Derek Boshier Rethink/Re-entry Flowers Gallery London

Pop art is very much alive and kicking. The World Goes Pop is currently at the Tate following on the heels of Post Pop: East Meets West at the Saatchi Gallery, the BBC ran a recent series BBC Four Goes Pop, Allen Jones was at the Royal Academy and Richard Hamilton had a solo […]

by × October 19, 2015 × 1 comment

Arts & Culture

Barbara Kruger at Modern Art Oxford

Barbara Kruger at Modern Art Oxford

You have already seen Barbara Kruger’s work. Whether you realise it or not is a different matter, but the bold graphic design and powerful statements that typify her work have infiltrated the world of western consumer culture and have strongly influenced the world of media around us. You will recognise […]

by × July 28, 2014 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture, Food

The Arts Club, London

The Arts Club, London

‘This club is instituted for the purpose of facilitating the social intercourse of those connected with, or interested in Art, Literature or Science.’ We have been a member of The Arts Club in Dover Street, for a few years now, and quite frankly, we’d be lost without it. In the […]

by × September 4, 2012 × 0 comments