All posts tagged colour

‘The Squash’ at the Tate Britain

No this exhibition is not inspired around squash as in the sport, or as in the Robinson’s fruit juice, but rather squash as in the vegetable. Quite frankly it is […]

HIPCHIPS: Soho’s first crisp & dip concert

Monday evenings have just got exciting thanks to the new and exclusive student deals offered by ‘HIPCHIPS’- Soho’s first crisp and dip concert! As the name suggests, not only is […]

WALALA X PLAY – hurry it is only open until the 24th of September 2017…

In need of last minute weekend plans? Well have I got something in mind for you! Only open until this Sunday, is artist Camille Walala’s: ‘WALALA X PLAY’ – an innovative […]

London’s Art

London is renowned for being one of the world’s best cities when it comes to the arts and culture. London’s contemporary art scene is forever thriving with new artists and […]

Five Alternatives to Skinny Jeans

Skinny jeans are most definitely a staple wardrobe piece. They are easy to style and are always on trend meaning you can never go wrong with a pair of skinnies. […]

Review: David Hockney Exhibition

The David Hockney exhibition at the Tate Britain has been the fastest selling showcase in the Gallery’s history and displays over 250 works from his long, and diverse, artistic career. […]

Moonlight vs. La La Land

It has been a long year; one in which the arbitrary divisions between people have been exploited, growing stronger, manipulated by the powerful few. At this moment in a movie, […]

Victoria Miro Gallery Presents Njideka Akunyili Crosby: Portals

Njideka Akunyili Crosby, a Los Angeles-based artist who relocated from Nigeria to the USA when she was sixteen, intuitively draws on historical, political and personal references within her artwork. This […]

‘On the Verge of Insanity’, An Exhibition

Over the summer I visited Amsterdam and coincided my visit with a trip to the Van Gogh Museum to see their recent exhibition On the Verge of Insanity. The exhibition combines his works with pieces documenting the development and presence of his illness including the doctor’s note when he cut off his ear and the supposed gun he shot himself with. One of the most powerful effects of an exhibition is that it presents to you a train of thought to piece the works along and map the connections between a lifetime of art; so here is my run-down of the exhibition.