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.
The role of art in Post-Soviet Russia has been about identity searching. It was always political and controversial by nature, and now it is even more so. The new exhibition at the Saatchi gallery presents protest works from the past 25 years. Continue reading
Hackney Wick in East London is one the world’s most concentrated creative communities. Last weekend was the 9th year of Hackney WickED, DIY open studios. Continue reading
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion is designed by Francis Kéré from Burkina Faso. He is the first African architect to design the Pavilion; following the more recent, posistive direction of choosing emerging architects rather than well known names to design the building.
New Pink Floyd exhibition at V&A museum in London is a great example of multisensorial experience design. It has been put together with great attention to every detail, creating a fantastic viewing experience. Continue reading
Saatchi gallery presents the world’s first exhibition about history of the selfie. It is an interactive experience highlighting the emerging role of the mobile phone as an artistic medium. Continue reading
Richard Mosse is most well known for his award winning photographs from Congo using infrared film. For his new work Mosse has used a thermal camera, which is produced in the EU by a multi-national weapons company, can detect body heat from a distance of 30.3 km, day or night. The work presents a portrait of migrants. Continue reading