Wifredo Lam at Tate Modern

30 Aug

14th September 2016 – 8th January 2017
£16 entry

x62246One of the most notable Cuban artists of the twentieth century, born of mixed heritage, Wifredo Lam (1902 – 1982) pursued a successful artistic career within avant-garde circles on both sides of the Atlantic, and was closely associated with twentieth-century artistic and literary icons such as Pablo Picasso, André Breton, Aimé Césaire, Lucio Fontana and Asger Jorn. His work addresses themes of social injustice, nature and spirituality, and was greeted internationally with both consternation and acclaim.

This exhibition, sponsored by EY, at Tate Modern, celebrates Lam’s life and work and confirms his place at the centre of global modernism.


States of Mind: Tracing the edges of consciousness – Wellcome Collection

29 Aug

4 February 2016 – 16 October 2016

States-of-mind-mainThis exhibition at the Wellcome Collection examines the perspectives from artists, psychologists, philosophers and neuroscientists to interrogate our understanding of the conscious experience.

Exploring phenomena such as somnambulism, synaesthesia, and disorders of memory and consciousness, the exhibition examines ideas around the nature of consciousness, and in particular what can happen when our typical conscious experience is interrupted, damaged or undermined.


‘States of Mind: Tracing the edges of consciousness’ features a series of changing installations. The final one is ‘Time Present’ by Shona Illingworth, from 19 July until 16 October.

The exhibition will also feature work by artists Carla MacKinnon, Louise K Wilson, A. R. Hopwood, Mary Kelly and Aya Ben Ron.


William Eggleston at National Portrait Gallery

28 Aug

Capture321st July – 23rd October 2016

William Eggleston is a pioneering American photographer renowned for his vivid, poetic and mysterious images. This exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery presents 100 works surveying Eggleston’s full career from the 1960s to the present day and is the most comprehensive display of his portrait photography ever.


Eggleston is celebrated for his experimental use of colour and his solo show at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1976 is considered a pivotal moment in the recognition of colour photography as a contemporary art form.

Also on display will be a selection of never-before seen vintage black and white prints from the 1960s. Featuring people in diners, petrol stations and markets in and around the artist’s home in Memphis, Tennessee, they help illustrate Eggleston’s unique view of the world.


Mark Wallinger: Self Reflection

27 Aug

28th July 2016 – 25th September 2016

A To mark the Freud Museum London‘s 30th anniversary and the 160th anniversary of the birth of Sigmun Freud, Turner Prize winning artist Mark Wallinger has put together a special exhibition. The artist has created a transformative work for Freud’s study and a permanent sculpture situated in the Museum garden.


Wallinger has installed a mirror across the entire ceiling of the iconic study offering visitors a dramatic new perspective for Self Reflection. In the artist’s words: ‘The relative posture of the sitting analyst and the recumbent analysand are latent in Freud’s chair and the couch. We can easily imagine his patient’s self-reflection.’


Placed in the garden, in clear view from Freud’s desk, you will see the sculpture Self, which takes the form of the most basic expression of what it means to exist as an individual: the letter “I,” as a free-standing figure.
Contextually, this sculpture has obvious magnitude; the formation of the id, ego, and superego is predicated on knowledge of the self and how it is established.


26 Aug


To celebrate 10 years of the London Design Fair, Decorex and the London Design Fair will partner for the 2016 London Design Festival.

This collaboration between two complementary shows will see both present their exhibition consecutively, with Decorex open between 18 and 21 September and the London Design Fair from 22 to 25 September. One ticket will be valid at both shows, which means that visitors will be able to access two major destinations of London Design Fair for virtually the entire festival for the price of one.


While both shows champion a different aspect of the design community, by joining forces Decorex and the London Design Fair are offering visitors a broader perspective on design. Through this enhanced experience, they are encouraging them to engage in an even wider discussion on the emerging trends and topics facing the industry today.


The London Design Festival 2016

25 Aug

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Held annually to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world, The London Design Festival acts as the gateway to the international creative community.


This year, London Art Portfolio’s tutor, Matteo, will be participating in a joint exhibition and pop-up shop with 1 millimetre and Matter of Stuff.

They will be unveiling their ‘SLIT’ table along with previous work.


6 Jul

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