The Royal Academy of Arts to host a street party , the Burlington Gardens Festival

The Royal Academy of Arts has just announced that it will host a street party, the Burlington Gardens Festival on 4th July 2015 (during Brown’s London Art Weekend 3 – 5 July 2015), to celebrate the history and future of Burlington Gardens, on the eve of its redevelopment. Artist hosts will include Royal Academicians Will Alsop, Yinka Shonibare, Bob and Roberta Smith and Richard Wilson.

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Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got A Great Idea! Back for Art Basel in Hong Kong 2015

You may remember this coach from Richard Wilson’s installation at The De La Warr Pavilion
Now The Royal Academy of Arts, UK, and the Peninsula Hong Kong unveiled today a public art installation by leading British sculptor Richard Wilson RA. The first initiative in a three-year partnership between The Peninsula and the RA, Wilson’s work coincides with the third edition of Art Basel in Hong Kong.

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Review: Helen and Kate Storey’s ‘LUNG DRESS’ at The Wellcome Collection

Image:The ‘Heart Tube Hat’ design from ‘Primitive Streak’ (Photographer: Justine; model: Korinna at Models 1). Unfortunately today is the last day that one will be able to view Helen Storey’s latest addition to her groundbreaking Primitive Streak Collection, ‘The Lung Dress’. Helen, alongside her developmental biologist sister Kate, was awarded Sciart funding to create a […]

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Wild Thing: Epstein, Gaudier-Brzeska, Gill at Royal Academy from October 24th

Over a period of 10 years from 1905 to 1915, three outstanding young sculptors emerged in Britain; Jacob Epstein, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and Eric Gill. The radical impact of their work was to transform British sculpture. This exhibition is the first time that the three artists have been shown together in this revolutionary context and many […]

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