Ai Weiwei’s statement on Chinese baby food

  A new installation by Ai Weiwei features a giant map of China from baby formula in Hong Kong. “One is the recent ban on mainland residents buying milk powder and bringing it… Continue reading

David Bowie: The Next Day video

Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! at Somerset House

Next November, Somerset house in London will present an exhibition devoted to Isabella Blow, patron of fashion who is famous for discovering Alexander McQueen, Stella Tennant and for her collaborations with Steven Meisel and… Continue reading

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Calder After the War, presented at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, features more than twenty-five mobiles, stabiles, and standing mobiles installed on the gallery’s ground floor. The exhibition extends to the gallery’s newly… Continue reading

Norman Parkinson’s best shot

Picture credit: Norman Parkinson for Condé Nast

New chronological display for Tate Britain

Gallery staff strike a pose for a picture as they hang a remarkable painting by David Hockney entitled “Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy” during a press preview at the Tate Britain in… Continue reading

James Dean in colour

This is a famous photograph of James Dean which was initially taken in black and white. Colours were later added and the result is stunning.    

Ron Mueck at the Fondation Cartier

The Fondation Cartier presents an exhibition devoted to the spectacular sculptures by the Australian artist Ron Mueck. Both beautiful and disturbing. On view until 29 September 2013.

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Dali’s retrospective at the Reina Sofia’s museum in Madrid

  “We wanted to show the richness of Salvador Dali’s creation. We wanted to show the whole output of this artist, a complex, paradoxal and controversial personality,” said Jean-Hubert Martin, one of the… Continue reading