Monthly Archives: August 2010

Nothing is Forever

South London Gallery 25.06.10-19.09.10. Still my favourite exhibition space, the South London Gallery celebrates its expansion with a series of wall murals by internationally renowned artists. The pieces are diverse and engaging, ranging between the political vibrancy of Sam Dargan and the sheer playfulness of … Continue reading

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Alice Neel

Whitechapel Gallery 08.07.1o-17.09.10 A unique collection of social realism best describes Neel’s depictions of 20th Century America on show at the Whitechapel Gallery. A contrast to the emotional detachment dominating the mid-century art scene, Neel grapples openly with the flaws in … Continue reading

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fourteen-nineteen

This online exhibition space presents the youngest and freshest photography off the press.  Lewis Chaplin and Alex Webb use a harsh selective process to filter through the hundreds of applicants they receive daily from around the globe. There are some … Continue reading

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A Useful Dream

BOZAR (Palais des Beaux Arts)   26.06.10 – 26.09.10   As part of the Summer Program, Visionary Africa which celebrates 50 years of independence for several African countries, BOZAR is hosting a photographic retrospective of the Dark Continent. Exclusive to native artists, … Continue reading

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