Category Archives: Exhib

Exhib

Haim Steinbach, Ugo Rondinone

Haim Steinbach at Serpentine Gallery – 2014

‘Haim Steinbach: once again the world is flat’ and Ugo Rondinone ‘Still Life (four tangerines)’ 2008…

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Haim Steinbach, Ugo Rondinone

Haim Steinbach at Serpentine Gallery – 2014

‘Haim Steinbach: once again the world is flat’ and Ugo Rondinone ‘Still Life (four tangerines)’ 2008…

Verner Panton’s Spiegel Canteen

On a recent visit to Hamburg I came across this architectural gem of my all time favourite ‘happy’ Danish designer Verner Panton… How special it must have been having lunch every day in that environment… http://www.mkg-hamburg.de/en/sammlung/schwerpunkte/period-rooms/spiegel-kantine.html

Verner Panton’s Spiegel Canteen

On a recent visit to Hamburg I came across this architectural gem of my all time favourite ‘happy’ Danish designer Verner Panton… How special it must have been having lunch every day in that environment… http://www.mkg-hamburg.de/en/sammlung/schwerpunkte/period-rooms/spiegel-kantine.html

Invisible: Art…

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957 – 2012, Hayward Gallery, London. Review by Jonathan Jones…

Invisible: Art…

Invisible: Art about the Unseen 1957 – 2012, Hayward Gallery, London. Review by Jonathan Jones…

Women of the Avant-garde 1920-1940 – Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana (located north of Copenhagen) is the museum of my childhood. It is always good to have another reason to re-visit it…

Women of the Avant-garde 1920-1940 – Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Louisiana (located north of Copenhagen) is the museum of my childhood. It is always good to have another reason to re-visit it…

Torsten Lauschmann showing in Newcastle…

AV Festival at the Laing Art Gallery where Lauschmann has created a show that reward the patient viewer with a kind of magic that slows, even the most hardened Londoner, down to a pace of wonder.

Torsten Lauschmann showing in Newcastle…

AV Festival at the Laing Art Gallery where Lauschmann has created a show that reward the patient viewer with a kind of magic that slows, even the most hardened Londoner, down to a pace of wonder.