Adam Pendleton Pace gallery

Art Against Oppression

Today many minority groups are raising their voices against oppression and therefore feel threatened. Art is a weapon for freedom of expression resulting into quite a few exhibitions at the moment around the subject of oppression. Black Dada form language is created by Adam Pendleton. It is a critical articulation of blackness, abstraction, and the avant-garde. (image) Continue reading

London Design week 2018

London Design Week Trends

At the moment fashion trends are not moving as fast from season to season as before. Furniture and interiors have always been changing a lot slower compared to fashion, so it is not surprising to see very similar design choices to last year’s event at London Design Festival. (Picture Skandium townhouse). Continue reading

Future Starts Here V&A

Future Starts Here Exhibition

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

Forensic Architecture

What is Forensic Architecture – Exhibition

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

Graphics and Politics 2008-18

Graphics & Politics 2008-18 Exhibition

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