Giuseppe Penone at The Whitechapel Gallery: Reviewed

Yesterday was my first venture to the Whitechapel Gallery. After receiving a National Art Pass for Christmas, I am determined to pack in as many new and exciting exhibitions in as I possibly can. A short tube ride away from Mile End (home of the boyfriend) and literally three steps from the entrance of Aldgate … Continue reading

Art: Richard Hamilton ‘The Late Works’

On a rainy Sunday afternoon in London, there aren’t many better ways to pass a happy few hours than wandering around the National Gallery. So, when I found a small exhibition focusing on the late works of Richard Hamilton, who died last year, I was far more cheerful than I thought I would be on … Continue reading

Art: Focus on Picasso

Think about Picasso. What do you think of? Round, buxom women maybe? The weeping woman with her eerily monochrome handkerchief perhaps? As a lover of Picasso, my fondness for these works is as great as any other art lovers. But, let me briefly explain to you just what it is I love in particular about … Continue reading

Pillow Magazine: Hussein Chalayan & ‘Unexpected Pleasures’

Hello! Firstly, massive apologies for a stack-back of articles to tell you about. Today I have two treats for you, both for the fantastic Pillow Magazine. Pillow is an amazing magazine that brings together the coolest and most current sides of fashion, art, music and film. And they send me to plenty of cool stuff, … Continue reading