Inside Lisson’s Spectacular Off-Site Group Show

Lisson Gallery opened on Bell Street in 1967; in celebration of this anniversary, the gallery has partnered with The Vinyl Factory to stage ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’, an ambitious group exhibition running until 10 December 2017 at 180 The Strand. Through new and historical works by 24 of the artists currently shown by Lisson Gallery, this…

Autumn At The Serpentine Galleries

Following a busy summer, the Serpentine Galleries host an invigorating programme of new exhibitions and events this autumn, including the first UK solo presentation of Torbjørn Rødland, an exhibition of confounding paintings by Wade Guyton, as well as an off-site project at 180 The Strand with filmmaker Arthur Jafa – Something Curated takes a closer…

Curators Of The British Pavilion At 2018’s Venice Biennale Revealed

Caruso St John Architects has been selected to curate the British Pavilion at the next Venice Architecture Biennale, with a proposal that will “engage with current political themes.” The Biennale, curated by Yvonne Farrell and Shelly McNamara of Dublin-based Grafton Architects, will run from 26 May to 25 November and focus on Freespace and “generosity,…

Ma-tt-er + SPACE10 Examine How Materials Shape The Way We Live

Until 23 September, SPACE10 is hosting a pop-up in Shoreditch, exploring the consequences of urbanisation and the spaces we inhabit. During the course of six days, running concurrently with London Design Festival, the events examine the concept of space from different perspectives. Over the coming weekend, the programme will be led by Ma-tt-er’s Seetal Solanki….

London’s Best Japanese Food Hall Launches A New Flagship

The Japan Centre is a uniquely immersive retail and food space, entrenching visitors in Japanese culture. Set up like a supermarket with a hot food, sushi bar and bookshop, the Centre offers everything from Europe’s largest selection of sake to freshly ground matcha. Established in 1976, the original Piccadilly venue has always included traditional Japanese…

Inside Miranda July’s Interfaith Pop-Up At Selfridges

An interfaith charity pop-up shop launched unannounced on 1st September in the unlikely setting of Selfridges on Oxford Street. The temporary shop curated by the filmmaker, artist and author Miranda July, commissioned by Artangel, operates as a retail space cum art installation.  In contrast to the backdrop of Selfridges’s luxurious shopping, the pop-up initially appears…

This Is Why Modern Magazine Is The Publishing Event Not To Miss

The Modern Magazine, magCulture’s annual editorial design conference, returns for its fifth year this November. Having cemented itself as a firm fixture in the editorial design calendar, magCulture is set to extend its offering of an ever evolving dialogue regarding the making of magazines to as wide an audience as possible, providing a platform to…

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