For those of you who loved Ai Weiwei’s Sunflower Seeds at the Tate be sure to book in to see his first UK survey of his work which is on for a month at the Royal Academy of Arts. Spanning two decades of his work this will be a sight… Read More →
This mind blowing exhibition is a must see for any art lover. I went and was just in my own little world examining Reubens influence on artists from subject matter to style. Look in to attending the free talks in the evening that are always informative and entertaining.
Opening tomorrow is an exhibition at the Royal Academy showcasing the work of pop artist Allen Jones ranging from the 1960’s all the way to present day. Looking at connections and themes between works across a variety of media it all feels so relevant regardless of when it was created…. Read More →
I was delighted to hear about Dennis Hopper’s photography show on at The Royal Academy. His photographs are beautiful and really capture a spirit of life in the 60’s. I met him once at a party in Milan during a fashion week a while ago and he was charming, funny… Read More →
I’m always one to get involved and as the final part of the Richard Rogers exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts engages visitors in debate and discussion surrounding modern architecture I couldn’t help but get excited. Be sure to see this before it closes in October.