Lee Bul: Hayward Gallery Invasion

Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre has been transformed into 'another place (at) another time' with the South Korean artist Lee Bul's artworks adorning the space. Formed of a compilation of sculptures, interactive installations, as well as study models, paintings, and sketches, Bul's work is in conversation with the gallery. It follows a spatial and thematic… Continue reading Lee Bul: Hayward Gallery Invasion

On Rapid Response Collecting

I recently got the chance to give a tour of Rapid Response Collecting at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, South Kensington. Rapid response collecting is a quite new addition to the V&A, it was opened to the public in July 2014. The items in this gallery are collected to record notable events in… Continue reading On Rapid Response Collecting

Architecturally Fascinating Exhibitions

As a frequent visitor to exhibitions and galleries, it is always a pleasure to come across art that relates closely to architecture. It is surprisingly common to find architectural connections in artwork, especially in installations and three-dimensional pieces. So in this post, I will be sharing some of my favourite early 2018 artistically-architectural artworks on display in… Continue reading Architecturally Fascinating Exhibitions

The Photographers’ Gallery: Exhibitions in Conversation

Photography is an artform that inherently captures time and expands a single moment to eternity. Although all photography is a record of an instant, the feeling of time, movement, and authenticity vary immensely according to the technique used. The vast difference between the current and the previous photos on display at The Photographers' Gallery illustrate… Continue reading The Photographers’ Gallery: Exhibitions in Conversation