Review: Richard Serra at the Gagosian Gallery (EXHIBITION)

This gallery is a great little find, first and foremost. The Gagosian Gallery. It’s situated in North London, just around the corner (okay, probably more like a 10 minute walk) from Kings Cross St Pancras Station. It’s one of those ‘corporate galleries’ that makes a lot of money and knows it (you can tell from…

East End Secrets

This is just a quick little post to let you know about two little East End secrets that I discovered whilst on the hunt for galleries. I feel like, with independent galleries you need to know what you are looking for – otherwise you’d easily walk by. First up. The Approach. It is a little…

Review: Turner Prize 2014 (EXHIBITION)

Here it is. The big one. The prize that (most) people want. The Turner Prize 2014. Exhibition showing at Tate Britain until 4th January. Now, this is my first time actually going to the exhibition, and I’m very glad I had the opportunity to do so. Now, a little brief history on the Turner Prize:…

Review: Pangaea: New Art From Africa and Latin America (EXHIBITION)

Boring information first up (so we can just get it out of the way, that way we can get to the juicier stuff quicker): Current exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London.  One of the last chances to see as it ends soon – 2nd November.  It’s FREE. It’s literally the ant’s pants. (Which I…