4 September 2023 • Charlotte Russell
For centuries the critic has been at the forefront of cultural movements, denoting art, music, food and film as “good”…
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Tucked away in an unassuming office building that houses the spectacular London Mithraeum sits Oliver Beer’s Albion Waves.
2 March 2023 • Charlotte Russell
Collect 2023 evidences the ever-growing popularity of colourful glass, this year’s show favours hyper decoration and gives equal weight to works of a mixed scale across all mediums.
16 December 2022 • Charlotte Russell
Seeing the monumental art of Magdalena Abakanowicz as an extension of her body offers us a glimpse into a complex life..
31 October 2022 • Charlotte Russell
Part gallery, part morgue, part locker room, part horror maze, Imhof’s current show, Avatar II leads us through feelings of tension, uneasiness, frustration and paranoia.
21 September 2022 • Charlotte Russell
Nestled away in a quiet backstreet removed from London’s vibrant Soho is Vardaxoglou Gallery. Housing the first London exhibition by…