Thursday, 9 July 2015
Extravagantly constructed in the Japanese Pavilion, Chiharu Shiota’s “The Key in the Hand” project draws in spectators with mass admiration. The collection 50,000 keys dangling from an enormous tangled web of red yarn are suggested to represent the notion of memory.
Patricia Cronin’s exhibit “shrine for girls” strives to remember the repressed and pay homage to females around the world facing violence.
This suggestive sculpture is just one of an array crafted by Sarah Lucas featured in the British pavilion. The accommodating room is covered with sunny yellow with the intention of “bringing strangeness into the sunny light of day”.
Friday, 24 July 2015
This exquisite exhibition seeks to scrutinise how china has "fuelled the fashionable imagination for centuries". Beautiful high fashion pieces are positioned next to Chinese art, films, imagery and sculptures. We have compiled a collection of our favourite images from The Metropolitan Museum of Art for you to enjoy below.
Thursday, 27 August 2015
Weston-Super-Mare is playing temporary host to the pop up art exhibition and apocalyptic theme park, Dismaland.
Lead by Banksy, the park features work created by 58 other global artists including Damien Hirst, Jenny Holzer and Jimmy Cauty. If you are planning a trip to “The UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction” expect both the beautiful and bizarre.
Below we have gathered a few of our favourite images released of the park so far: