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
The London Saatchi gallery shows it’s first all-female art exhibition showcasing the work of 14 artists. The aim is to shed light into the gender disparity in the art world.
New Tate Modern building extension called the Switch House looks great, especially from outside. The pyramid shape brick building looks like it belongs next to the rectangle shape of the old building forming a great marriage of the two shapes. Continue reading
Dover Street Market is perhaps the most iconic fashion store in London. It was among of the first real concept stores, when it opened 12 years ago. The new, much larger store is a testament that fashion can have a lasting presence despite the fast moving markets.
Pop-up lace from biogenerable fibre by Carole Collet.
Real Dirty Blue is a textile design exhibition at Central Saint Martins College in London. It brings together 26 designers who taught or studied on the BA Textile Design course between 1927 – 2016. Continue reading
Probably the best known Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei has used traditional Chinese kite-making techniques to create sculptures of mythological creatures inside Le Bon Marché department store in Paris. Continue reading
Islandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s multi-screen art installation called the Visitors is yet another fantastic exhibition at Vinylfactory situated in Brewer Street car park. It is a music performance piece collaboration with musicians and friends.