Category: Lifestyle

Andy Warhol at Tate Modern

Andy Warhol (1928–87) was one of the most recognisable artists of the late 20th century, yet his life and work continue to fascinate and be...

Biennale of Sydney 2020

The Biennale of Sydney will feature works by over 100 international artists across six sites in Sydney. The artist-led exhibition, titled NIRIN, will address themes...

Dialogue in the Dark

Blockbuster global exhibition visits London; Dialogue in the Dark a sensory exhibition set in total darkness, designed to enlighten you and push you out of...

AMERICA: State of Emergency

Conceived for the David Zwirner Gallery, AMERICA: State of Emergency is a deafening auditory and visual assault on the senses, an immersive environment of chaos and...

You, Me & Cold War Steve

In the spring of 2020 Cold War Steve is launching his new exhibition project and this time it’s hopefully going to be worldwide, with your...

Slices of Time

NOW Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula’s cultural platform for exciting design, art and fashion exhibitors, announces Tokyo based French architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux as its latest exhibitor as part...

East Ended by Dougie Wallace

Street art was once simply graffiti, a sign of decay that lowered property values. Fast forward to the transformation of London’s East End and it...

Nam June Paik at Tate Modern

Not long left for Tate Modern’s major exhibition of the work of visionary Korean-born artist Nam June Paik. Renowned for his innovative use of emerging...

Shelter from the Storm

Shelter from the Storm is a London based homeless shelter that provides 42 beds, freshly cooked food and holistic support to its guests to help...

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography

Masculinities: Liberation through Photography is a major group exhibition at the Barbican that explores how masculinity is experienced, performed, coded and socially constructed as expressed...

The Armory Show New York

January 28, 2020 (New York) – The Armory Show announced today the artists and galleries participating in Platform, a curated section of the fair staging large-scale...

Meet The Squishies

Burt, Hilary, Clive and Dave; meet the latest collection from Artist Daisy May Collingridge. These sculptural human forms, which are completely original and hand sewn,...

DRIFT: About Nature, Technology & Humankind

DRIFT: About Nature, Technology and Humankind, is a multimedia exhibition exploring the intersection of nature and technology and its cross-disciplinary impact on modern life. It is currently...

Truth to Power – Shahidul Alam

The Rubin Museum of Art in New York is currently showing “Shahidul Alam: Truth to Power,” the first comprehensive exhibition in the United States of...

All that was, is & could have been

Sir John Soane’s Museum London has commissioned architecture studio CAN and artist Harry Lawson to create an installation exploring the relationship between architecture, objects and...

A Cyberpunk vision of nocturnal Tokyo

Late-night taxi rides, rain-soaked streets, a fleeting glimpse of the last train home. Videogame designer-turned-photographer Liam Wong presents a neon-soaked journey into the nocturnal world of Tokyo. ...

Stab proof knives from Viners

British cutlery brand, Viners, launch their new Assure collection, introducing an innovative, new knife blade design. The cutlery brand, who has a long standing history...

Art Paris 2020 !

January 15, 2020 (Paris) – Art Paris is pleased to announce its 22nd edition as it returns to the Grand Palais from April 2—5, 2020. In...

Dystopian vision of the future from Superflux

This new immersive artwork from internationally acclaimed designers and artists, Superflux, transports visitors to an apartment, set in the second half of the 21st century,...

Oliver Peyton launches Exit Here

Renowned restauranteur and judge on Great British Menu, Peyton has partnered with third generation funeral director, Barry Pritchard, to create a new modern funeral business...

A wake-up call for our non-stop world

Last call for Somerset House’s landmark exhibition examining our inability to switch off from our 24/7 culture, through a series of immersive works from some of today’s most exciting global...

Reclaim Your Self at Treehotel Sweden

Reclaim Your Self organise eye watering yoga retreats in gorgeous locations all over the world for their discerning clients, but is there anywhere more spectacular...

The future of Selfies in public spaces

​New company ​Mira has released its first eponymous product, ​Mira Cam​, which is set to revolutionize the future of ‘the selfie’ in public spaces: a fully-automated camera system...

Beyond Bauhaus – Modernism in Britain

Coinciding with the centenary of the Bauhaus school, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) presents an ambitious exhibition that revisits the impact of three...

A Festival of Howling Spirits & Curious Minds

Returning to the palm tree-adorned Fellah Hotel, in the plains beneath the Atlas Mountains, The Beat Hotel returns in 2020 for its second edition. Taking inspiration from...