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Photo London at Somerset House, London

Photo London at Somerset House, London

In the London photography world May is the biggest month of the year. The biggest photographic galleries wheel out exhibitions of their biggest names, the main auction houses have their photographic sales and UK’s largest – OK, pretty much only – photo fair, Photo London, pretty much takes over Somerset House. Amongst numerous photo-related satellite […]

by × May 18, 2018 × 0 comments

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Cecily Brown, Madrepora – Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Cecily Brown, Madrepora – Thomas Dane Gallery, London

‘I want there to be a human presence without having to depict it in full’ – Cecily Brown Located mid way on the short stroll between two of St James’ art heavyweights – Christies, King Street and White Cube, Masons Yard – are the two spaces of Thomas Dane Gallery. It is […]

by × July 24, 2016 × 0 comments

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Hilton London Bankside

Hilton London Bankside

There is little doubt that the coolest London spot right now is Bankside. Twenty years or so of steady improvement has turned this once down at heel district into a thriving cultural and commercial hub. The recent completion of the Shard along with the redevelopment of London Bridge Station has cemented […]

by × April 26, 2016 × 0 comments

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The Vinyl Factory Press at White Cube

The Vinyl Factory Press at White Cube

To coincide with Christian Marclay’s solo exhibition at White Cube, The Vinyl Factory Press – a unique hydraulic vinyl pressing machine – will allow visitors to witness on site, the unique process of producing vinyl records, from the initial recording of the concerts to cutting and pressing the records, and […]

by × February 7, 2015 × 0 comments

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Paradise Lost at White Cube, Mason’s Yard

Paradise Lost at White Cube, Mason’s Yard

I can’t believe it has taken me so long to head over to White Cube, Mason’s Yard to see Raqib Shaw’s stunningly beautiful Paradise Lost exhibition. But having had the chance to view this weekend, I think it’s quite possibly the best exhibition in London at present. John Milton’s epic poem based on the Fall of […]

by × October 16, 2011 × 0 comments