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Ken Price Retrospective at Hauser & Wirth London

Open now and running at Hauser & Wirth London until the 4th of February, Ken Price: A Survey of Sculptures and Drawings, 1959 – 2006 is the first exhibition of American artist Ken Price’s work in London since 1976. Continue reading

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Betty Woodman: Theatre of the Domestic at ICA

Theatre of the Domestic, the first UK solo exhibition by American contemporary artist and ceramist, Betty Woodman, is on now at ICA enlivening its galleries with a playful and vibrant collection of mixed media works created within the past ten years. Continue reading

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Richard Long: Time and Space at Arnolfini, Bristol

Time and Space, a major new exhibition of work by Richard Long, opens today at the Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts in Bristol. As part of city’s celebration as 2015 European Green Capital, the show features new works and recreations of previous ones by the Bristol-born artist who still calls Bristol his home, as well as a new offsite work located on The Downs near the house where he lived as a child. Continue reading

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Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Now open to the public, an exhibition of new works by celebrated sculptor Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery is very much worth taking a good long gander at. Continue reading

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Yoshitomo Nara at Dairy Art Centre

Yoshitomo Nara: Greeting from a Place in My Heart at Dairy Art Centre in Bloomsbury presents a great opportunity to get a good long look at art that’s as adorable as it is dastardly: like cooing over a cute cuddly kitten tearing apart a toy mouse or jotting down a nightmare on a pastel notepad. Continue reading

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6 Exceptional Museums in Basel (OneTravel)

For a city of only about 200,000 people, Basel boasts more museums than cities with more than ten times its population. From the Anatomical Museum of the University of Basel (which was founded by Professor Carl Jung – yes, the … Continue reading

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Richard Wilson’s Slipstream at Heathrow Terminal 2

Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 2 – The Queen’s Terminal – isn’t to reopen officially until 4 June when a United Airlines flight from Chicago is scheduled to land at the new building in the early morning. Most striking of its features is Slipstream, a 77 tonne, 78 metre twisted aluminium sculpture by British artist Richard Wilson suspended in the air 18 metres above ground in the entrance court of the terminal. Continue reading

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DIG by Sculptor Daniel Silver: Intriguing Outdoor Art on View for Free in London (CheapOair)

An abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London is the site for an installation of free-to-view public art by artist Daniel Silver. Called Dig, the installation features a series of not-quite-finished (often eerily incomplete or eroded) figures and fragments of varying size all worked from hand and made of a range of materials including marble, plaster and terracotta. Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: Preview of Daniel Silver’s Dig

Daniel Silver’s DIG opens Thursday 12 September at “an abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London” (the Odeon Site, 24 Grafton Way, WC1E 6DB, just off Tottenham Court Road) and will be free for the public to view Tuesday to Sunday until 3 November. Continue reading

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Houston’s Museum District (CheapOair)

More than a dozen museums and cultural attractions within a mile and a half radius? Everything truly is bigger in Texas, even the museum districts! The Houston Museum District is home to 19 museums and cultural attractions all located with a mile and a half of the city’s Mecom Fountain. Continue reading

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New Dallas Museum of Art Exhibition Honors JFK (OneTravel)

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the Dallas Museum of Art brings together the works of art installed in the president’s suite at the Hotel Texas during his fateful trip in 1963. The original installation, orchestrated by a small group of Fort Worth art collectors, was created especially for the president and first lady to celebrate their overnight visit to the city and included paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Thomas Eakins, Lyonel Feininger, Franz Kline, and Marsden Hartley as well as sculptures by Pablo Picasso and Henry Moore and more. Continue reading

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Cedric Christie at Flowers: When Painting Collapses, You Have Beautiful Sculptures

When Painting Collapses, You Have Beautiful Sculptures showcases two new bodies of work by Cedric Christie: his sculptural response to a gallery along with recent work developed during a residency in Kleve, Germany. The pieces on exhibit explore the artist’s ‘personal endeavour to transform one medium into another’. They exude confident in their simplicity and yield a sense of serenity as well. Continue reading

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Sneak Peek at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013

It’s time again for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show which this year celebrates its 100th anniversary. Got tix? Here’s a sneak peek from the VIP and press day of what you can expect. Continue reading

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Thomas Schütte: Faces & Figures at Serpentine Gallery, London (OneTravel)

Thomas Schütte: Faces & Figures presents key pieces from the German contemporary artist’s most famous series alongside new works made especially for the exhibition. Read my complete post at the OneTravel blog.

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Milling About London’s Millbank (OneTravel)

Milling About London’s Millbank Londonist, Mar 08, 2012 Starting from Parliament and Westminster Abbey and heading toward Pimlico Station, here are a few of Millbank’s many highlights …  READ MY COMPLETE POST: Milling About London’s Millbank 

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Botero’s Broadgate Venus (OneTravel)

Botero’s Broadgate Venus OneTravel, Sep 22, 2011  Amid the hustle and bustle of the City of London (London’s financial district) and seemingly hovering just above the ever busy Liverpool Street Station on the eastern side of Exchange Square, the serene (and enormous!) … Continue reading

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Photo Series: Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads at Somerset House (Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art)

What was a few months back originally scheduled as a press call to interview Ai Weiwei and an opportunity to photograph the artist with his Circle of Animals was altered to a sans artist event due to his disappearance in early April Continue reading

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In Pictures: Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads at Somerset House (Londonist)

In Pictures: Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads at Somerset House Londonist, May 11, 2011 at 16:00 pm Detained Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s first outdoor public sculpture in London has gone on display in the fountain clocked courtyard of Somerset … Continue reading

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London Daily Photo: We Need Moore

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London Daily Photo: Old Man

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London Daily Photo: Mayfair Flash

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London Daily Photo: Mayfair Moore

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Photos: A Head for Art at the V&A (London Hotels Blog)

A Head for Art at the V&A London Hotels Blog, April 6th, 2009 Conveniently located on Cromwell Road near South Kensington Tube, (with Harrods and the shops of Knightsbridge at hand and within sight) the Victoria and Albert Museum is … Continue reading

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Photos: Botero’s Broadgate Venus (London Hotels Blog)

Photos: Botero’s Broadgate Venus London Hotels Blog, March 13th, 2009 Amid the hustle and bustle of the City of London, just above Liverpool Street Station on the eastern side of Exchange Square, the serene (and enormous!) Broadgate Venus reclines in … Continue reading

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London Short Film: Henry Moore at Kew Gardens

London Short Film: Henry Moore at Kew Gardens Continue reading

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