Frieze Sculpture 2023: A walk around the remarkable open air sculptures in Regent’s Park, London, October 2023

One of the highlights of autumn in London is getting to visit the annual free public art exhibition in Regent’s Park. Running until  Sunday, 29th October, this year’s Frieze Sculpture …

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In photos: Whorled (Here After Here After Here) – a spiral of road signs at Somerset House, London

On view until the 23rd April 2023 is this rather wonderful installation Mumbai based artist Jitish Kallat, which takes the form of two, 336m-long intersecting spirals with signposts indicating distances …

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In photos: The Procession at the Tate Britain – a remarkable, multicoloured reflection on colonialism

Greeting visitors to Tate Britain is this large-scale installation by British sculptor and contemporary visual artist Hew Locke entitled, The Procession. Snaking through the entire length of the main hall, …

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In photos: ECHO – a multi disciplinary performance festival by AAIS at Heal’s department store, London

Described as a multi disciplinary performance festival featuring 37 sections by the AA Interprofessional  Studio, 2021-2022, ECHO runs until the 25th March 2022 in Heal’s department store on Tottenham Court …

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Protest and heartbreak: America in Crisis photo exhibition at the Saachi Gallery, London

This compelling photo exhibition at London’s Saachi Gallery compares two collections of photographs of American life,  exploring social change in the country from the 1960s till today. It makes for …

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Censorship, confinement and resistance: Shilpa Gupta’s Sun at Night at the Curve, Barbican

This small, but thought provoking exhibition at the Curve ‘highlights the fragility of one’s right to expression whilst raising urgent questions of censorship, confinement and resistance. ‘ Created by Mumbai-based …

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