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4 Things I Have Learnt in 2018

4 Things I Have Learnt in 2018

It has been a challenging fall, a challenging year. Some ups, some downs and a handful of detours. Nevertheless, 2018 was full of new opportunities and learnings as well, the most important of which I’d like to share with you here:  

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Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 – Exhibition Review

Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-18 – Exhibition Review

The Design Museum’s latest exhibition, Hope to Nope: Graphics and Politics 2008-2018, explores graphic design’s prominent role in the major political moments of our times.

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Is the Andreas Gursky exhibition worth the hype?

Is the Andreas Gursky exhibition worth the hype?

Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre reopened in Jan 2018 with the first major UK retrospective exhibition of Andreas Gursky. The exhibition maps out the evolution of the acclaimed photographer over a period of more than four decades, encompassing works from his early years to new […]

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Modigliani at Tate Modern: Exhibition Review

Modigliani at Tate Modern: Exhibition Review

Giraffe-like necks, almond eyes and blank stares. The works of Amedeo Modigliani are easy to recognize. Born in Livorno, Italy, he arrived in Paris in 1906 with a burning desire to become an artist. Even though he was best known as a painter, as Tate […]

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Theater Review: Smiley at Avaton Theater

Theater Review: Smiley at Avaton Theater

Okay, let’s get this out of the way. Guillem Clua’s Smiley is stupendously good. It’s warm, heart-felt and human, walking on the very thin line between romance and reality.    

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Beneath The Tracks, Vol. II – Music Event Review

Beneath The Tracks, Vol. II – Music Event Review

Monday night found me listening to electronic music with Icelandic lyrics whilst standing blindfolded between an Australian girl and a choir bass. Hallucinating? Unlikely.

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Fahrelnissa Zeid at Tate Modern: Exhibition Review

Fahrelnissa Zeid at Tate Modern: Exhibition Review

Fahrelnissa Zeid is renowned for her vibrant abstract paintings – a colourful and energetic fusion of Islamic, Byzantine, Arab and Persian influences with a pronounced European touch: the result of her being trained at École de Paris (School of Paris) in the 1950s and leading a […]

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