Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
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This is a solid exhibition with yet another strong showing for this year’s crop of photography graduates, four of them caught my eye
After my rave review of Free Range photography , I was looking forward to the two weekends worth of graduate fine art shows.
With a presence at Manchester Art Gallery, Castlefield Gallery and, soon, Beswick Library, it’s all about Ryan Gander up north in 2014.
Our entire worlds are now digital, we tweet, listen to synthesised music, read ebooks, play video games, watch CGI enhanced movies and I wouldn’t even be an art critic if it weren’t for the internet.
“Where are we going?” “Fucking nowhere.” The characters in Palo Alto float throughout time and space with a disassociation that is strangely relatable. The film has a way with its audience, honing in on those “in between” moments of adolescence that often define teenage angst – the confusion, the lack of purpose. Click more to read more…
The jewel in the crown was Francis Bacon’s Three Studies for Portrait of George Dyer..
The Courtauld Gallery has one of the best Impressionist collections in the world,…