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The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel – Boston

The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel – Boston

Our arrival at the beautiful Fairmont Copley Plaza was enthusiastically greeted by Carly, the attractive raven-haired hotel ambassador. Sadly she soon got bored with our company, and returned to her basket in the corner of the lobby. For this was an ambassador of the black labrador variety who can be booked […]

by × January 3, 2017 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Le Surréalisme Et L’Objet, Centre Pompidou, Paris

Le Surréalisme Et L’Objet, Centre Pompidou, Paris

“Objects with a symbolic function which lend themselves to a minimum of mechanical functioning, are based on the fantasies and representations that can arise from the performance of subconscious acts”. – Dali Le Surréalisme Et L’Objet is the first important large-scale exhibition dedicated to Surrealist sculpture. From Marcel Duchamp’s ‘ready […]

by × January 23, 2014 × 0 comments

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Jake or Dinos Chapman, White Cube

Jake or Dinos Chapman, White Cube

I’m still not entirely sure if the art at White Cube, Mason’s Yard is by Jake or Dinos Chapman, but ultimately it doesn’t matter. To add to the challenge, I can only see the first half of the show at Mason’s Yard (due to a long-standing date with Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic); […]

by × July 16, 2011 × 0 comments

Arts & Culture

Last Chance to see Ballet Russes!

Last Chance to see Ballet Russes!

If you haven’t yet made a beeline for the ballet you must do so right away! Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes – the current blockbuster at the V&A – closes this Sunday 9 January 2011. This is a glorious exhibition that explores the world of the influential artistic director Serge Diaghilev […]

by × January 7, 2011 × 0 comments

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David Bailey: Sculpture & Photographs

David Bailey: Sculpture & Photographs

David Bailey’s (or Bailey as he is known to everyone) first ever sculpture exhibition is currently showing at the Pangolin gallery, Kings Cross. Renowned for his iconic photography, here Bailey strips away conventional beauty, and instead focuses on that which lies beneath the beautiful profile: the skull. As Bailey insists ‘I’m not saying I’m a […]

by × October 11, 2010 × 0 comments