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I didn’t quite know what to expect from Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset’s (b. 1969, Norway) latest exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, mainly because I hadn’t come across any of their work before. I love that about living in a city like London. There is so much creativity, and talent from around the world.

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Last Saturday afternoon on May 13th, I went to White Cube in Bermondsey Street to discover An Improvisation, one of Larry Bell’s largest standing wall works to date. For much of Bells career, which started in 1968, he has focused on symmetry and versatility in his work. His work An Improvisation was first displayed in Texas but since coming to the UK it has been reconfigured so that the glass has been shaped into eight subsequent cubes as can be seen below.

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Our selection of exhibition of the week has to go to Zhuang Hong Yi for Raw II at the Unit London Gallery. Following the success of the artist’s first show at the Soho gallery in 2015, Zhuang Hong Yi returns to offer another chance to witness the spectacle of his intricate works.

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This week’s exhibition of the week has to go to Wolfgang Tillmans at the Tate. Best known for his photographs of everyday life and contemporary culture, this latest exhibition by Tillmans is a look back through many of the German artist’s work since the 1990s right through to the present day.

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I didn’t realise when I visited this incredible exhibition last week at the Photographers’ Gallery that it was ending on the 29th of January, otherwise I would have been a bit more organised and got this post out in good time. Feminist Avant-Garde of the 1970s took me completely by surprise.  Apologies that you will have to review this retrospectively. I only wish I’d found it sooner, because it was a real delight, and one that I would have loved to share with you!  

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Stepping inside the Picasso Portraits exhibition at the weekend was like crawling inside the mind of a genius.

Starting at the launch of his career in the late 1800’s right through until his death in 1973, this exhibition, featuring well over 80 works at London’s National Portrait Gallery, is a must see.

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Our hot pick for exhibition of the week has got to be A Body Reduced to Brilliant Colour, the first UK solo exhibition by American artist Candice Lin.

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The Georgia O’Keefe exhibition, at London’s Tate Modern has been on my hit list for a while since. Whilst very much a fan of her watercolour flowers, I hadn’t had an opportunity to immerse myself in much of the work throughout her seven decade long career.

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Best known for her large scale installations and sculptures, the latest exhibition of the Lebanese-born British based artist Mona Hatoum is now in its final week. The last chance to see this excellent show is this Sunday the 21st of August at the Tate Modern, London. We visited the exhibition on Monday evening to check out her work for the first time.

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Venturing to Central London on a sunny Saturday all in the name of art doesn’t seem like everyone’s idea of a good time. However the offer of a free curator tour inside a disused nineteenth century hotel was too good to pass up. The exhibition entitled, ‘Maybe Your Lens Is Scratched?’ opened to the public on the 24th of June.

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