It’s almost the end of October, and I’ve been trying to find the time and capacity to catch the tail end of several exhibitions before they transition to the next. Recently, I caught The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson at Regent Street Cinema, and it was quite adorable – as expected. It’s still no TheContinue reading “Art: The French Dispatch at 180 Strand”
Sleepless by France-Lise McGurn, 29 June – 8 September 2019, Tate Britain. Humanity in all it’s excitement – for better or for worse is such a wonderful study in intimacy. The idea of on-site specific exhibitions where the art transcends the canvas is beginning to charm it’s way to me. It’s a pity more peopleContinue reading “Art: Sleepless by France-Lise McGurn”
High Times by Richard Prince, May 30–August 23, 2019, Gagosian San Francisco Before this, the dead heads and hippie drawings – heart and soul drawings that were too real to talk about. This series was so fun, more psychedelic than the past. I love how varied and unexpected his work always is.
A three ton installation derived from the study of spiders and the intricate structure of their webs. I’m in awe of the design and effort it took to execute something like this on such a large scale. It was thoughtful and future facing, with each installation showcasing a vision and potential of a floating cityContinue reading “Art: In Orbit by Tomás Saraceno”