This week’s Top 8 Art Exhibitions to see in London include: Blood, mushrooms, stormtroopers, searing holidays, skeletons, scanning and patriotism.
Giant legs, whales, trippy colours, yetis, Verdi, menstrual blood and broken cars.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon and it’s been expanded to a humongous nine exhibitions
BEARSPACE: One of the most interesting and important galleries to have emerged from the ‘Deptford scene’.
The indiscriminate gentrification of our nation’s capital seems to know no bounds. The grotesque, sprawling redevelopment of London is slowly but surely smothering what little life and soul remains, creating a dystopian playground for provincial fuckwits with bags of money and a severe taste deficiency.
This week’s top 5 includes landscapes, a horse drawn car, bright paintings, subtle photography and war
Double Private View! 26th of July, Art and science inspire eachother @BearSpace Gallery + @Insitu Project Space featuring Goldsmith Graduate Cheryl Field
Spend this Friday eveing the 26th of July in South East London! From Bearspace to Insitu project space check out how Alan Turing and Peter Higgs inspire whimsical and thought provoking art installations.
BEARSPACE is delighted to present ‘Ultimate Love Story.’ This is the first soloexhibition by artist Isabel Rock. BEARSPACE will become… Read More
Bearspace, Paul Caton, An Internal Bleeding of the Heart, 6.30-8.30pm, info:www.bearspace.co.uk Written by Max Decharne. Two hoodies wait in a… Read More
‘Raising Ground’ at BEARSPACE featuring work by Helen Barff, Andy Parker, Daisy Richardson and Olly & Suzi
www.helenbarff.co.uk Private View Thursday 06 November, 6.30-8.30 pm 07 November- 13 December 2008 ‘Raising Ground’ is an exhibition curated by… Read More