On the weekend, I spent an engrossing eighty minutes walking around the wonderful Art in the Age of Now exhibition at the former Fulham Town Hall in west London.
A collaboration between Art Below and the Lamington Group (who are converting the former town hall into a hotel), the event offered an extraordinary programme of installations, guest exhibitions, live performance art, music, talks, readings and screenings.
It’s one of the best things I’ve seen for some time.
The exhibition was vast, with artwork displayed in the basement, grand hall, court room, assembly room, offices and other spaces around the sprawling 51,000 sq ft Victorian landmark building.
It proves so popular that the show was extended to the 20th June 2021 – I only just heard about it in time, thanks to a post on the urban75 art thread.
Here’s more photos from my visit: