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#LFW AW14: Backstage at Marques’ Almeida

It’s 7.30am, the sun is (reluctantly) shining, and I (even more reluctantly) got out of bed before it rose. However, the walk across the bridge from St Paul’s to Tate Modern is beautiful enough to remind myself that this is worth the early wake up call.

Held in the Topshop …



Preview: Mira Schendel @ Tate Modern

Born in Zurich in 1919, Mira Schendel moved to Italy as a small girl. Faced with the threat of anti-Semitic persecution in 1936, she left her studies in philosophy and fled into exile. At the end of World War II, Schendel left Europe for Brazil, and in the 1960s began …



The Tate Modern Presents Hyperlink

Kicking off this weekend from 26-28 April, the Tate Modern his hosting an exciting free festival of art, music, and fashion. Targeted at the broad age range of fifteen to twenty-five year olds, the Hyperlink festival at the Tanks features a wide variety of events and activities including performances and …



News: Eastpak meets Lichtenstein

Even if you haven’t heard of Roy Lichtenstein by name, there is no doubt that you would recognise one of his works of art if presented with it. One of the foremost American Abstract Expressionist working during the 1960s and 70s, his iconic cartoon strip style using Benday dots and …



Preview: Flow Festival 2013

Helsinki’s Flow Festival has, without doubt, become one of Scandinavia’s most consistently interesting festivals in recent years; hosting a unique mix of household names, alternative mainstays and local Nordic gems. Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2013, this year’s revelries – which run from August 7-11 – look set to be …



Kraftwerk Gigs at Tate Modern

Kraftwerk, the German group, pioneered, innovated, and revolutionized electronic music.  Over the past 40 years they have released several critically acclaimed albums.

The Tate Modern is going to hold a massive retrospective for this group in February, where the band will play in London for the first time in …



Gabriel Orozco at Tate Modern

The Gabriel Orozco exhibition at Tate Modern is a collection of iconic and contemporary works by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco. Although Orozco is an artist that I was not familiar with, the representation of everyday life is thought-provoking, whilst seeming incredibly fresh.

By highlighting the insignificant moments of everyday life …