I took a visit to David Batchelor's studio. David is known for his sculptures installations he makes out of objects he finds in cheap stores, markets and city streets. He has accumulated mass-produced items, domestic objects and scrap industrial materials like neons, plastic and lightboxes. He then creates colorful luminous structures and form. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sD7ZHwBH10I I wish… Continue reading A visit to David Batchelor’s studio
A selection of 10 inimitable photography series featuring 470 photos by Luca Anzalone, Lorena Lohr, Tom Munro, John Paeson, Frederico Pestilli, Marina Shacola, Elie Tsatsou, Bindi Vora, Marco Walker and Walter and Zoniel. This is not a group show, the photos are not related to one another. The exhibition takes place the unique monumental space… Continue reading Shade Of Plae Exhibition – The Strand
I visited Katharina Grosse exhibition at the Gagosian Gallary and it is wonderful. There is no boundary between reality and imagination. To imagine is to realize. My pictures are prototypes of this recognition; they try out—and dramatically compress—the characteristics of reality. I build prototypes of the imagination so that they can be reenacted and applied… Continue reading KATHARINA GROSSE – Gagosian Gallery May 16- July 27
The question of whether the benefit from viewing a da Vinci is different from enjoying a visit to Pornhub or McDonald’s is dividing psychologists and neuroscientists.
This is the 20-meter long neon, suspended from the ceiling in St Pancras International Station states: 'I want to spend time with you' She sais: "I cannot think of anything more romantic than being met by someone I love at a train staion and as they put their arms around me, I hear them say 'I want… Continue reading Tracey Emin: sculpture ‘I Want My Time With You’ at St Pancras International Station