Art can embody memory. Memory Place is the latest exhibition at the White Cube gallery. It includes more than 90 recent works by over 40 artists reflecting on the forms and themes of memory. Continue reading
The design exhibition at V&A museum in London includes a wide range of industries to reveal directions for near future innovation. The content of the exhibition is presented in four areas: Self, Public, Planet, and After Life. Continue reading
One of the most recognisable retro print designs come from Irish designer Orla Kiely. Textile Design Museum in London has a solo exhibition of her work in fashion and everyday product design covering last twenty years. Continue reading
Key trends from a recent local London design event concentrated on craft and furniture design. Most trends were evolution from previous years, nothing radical or new. The Scandi look was most popular as the event moves even more from residential to office design. Continue reading
Forensic Architecture is an independent research agency based at Goldsmiths, University of London. It was recently nominated for the short list to win the most prestigious Turner art prize in UK. There work involves investigating human rights violations using architectural, journalistic, legal and political fields. Continue reading
Hope to Nope is an exhibition In Design Museum about how graphic design and technology have played a pivotal role in dictating and reacting to the major political moments in recent years globally. The exhibition starts with most iconic graphic design in 2008 which was Barack Obama’s Hope campaign poster by Shepard Fairey. In 2018 it has evolved into Nope meme with Donald Trump’s image. Continue reading
Bloomsberg New Contemporaries is one of the most important yearly exhibitions to showcase emerging art. This year it takes place in Brixton, outside central London in a much smaller location.