All posts tagged exhibition

Canary Wharf’s Winter Lights Festival

January has come around and that, of course, means the end of the holiday season. All of the beautiful Christmas light shows are being taken down and turned off. You […]

Exclusive Interview with Jordy Kerwick on his Exhibition @ Delphian Gallery.

As Arts Editor, I had the privilege of interviewing Jordy Kerwick for CUB Magazine about his exhibition ‘Diary of an Introvert’ running at Delphian Gallery from the 7th until the 16th […]

Kingdoms of Yore: The Confusing Matter of English Heritage.

‘The people of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms tell their story, in their own words. Explore the beginnings of the English language and English literature.’ Those were some of the words used […]

Exclusive Review: Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro

As Halloween draws nearer, what could be more fitting than an exhibition centred around pumpkins? Titled ‘The Moving Moment when I went to the Universe’, Kusama’s exhibition consists of four […]

Exclusive Review of Ravensbourne Degree Show 2018

The spiralling high glass building of Ravensbourne College is utilised to full use to showcase its graduating students’ work. Spanning over ten floors, everything from Architecture to Photography is given […]

Festival of Ideas for Curious Minds

Assuming that you are as uncultured as I am, you probably haven’t heard of the British Academy either. This beautifully historic institution is home to a fellowship of over 1,000 […]

Sense of Space: art pop-up installation

When you think of central London, you probably think of people rushing about in crisp suits, the tall skyscrapers that form the concrete jungle that is the city, and public […]

‘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 […]

Home Strike: A feminist art exhibition subverting the role of ‘Woman’

The Home Strike exhibition at the L’etrangere gallery in Shoreditch brings together four women artists as they trace feminism from the 1970s to our contemporary political scene. While distinct in […]