ONE MAN’S TRASH (IS ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE)

From October 6 to 28, selected works from the Danjuma Collection will be presented for the first time at 33 Fitzroy Square, to coincide with the 12th edition of Frieze London.  

The exhibition references the use of found, often discarded material, as well as  the act of collecting and collections more generally.

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure is curated by Joost Bosland and revolves around two themes; the use of found material...


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IKÉ UDÉ’S GLAMOROUS REBELLION

We are pleased to announce the release of our centenary issue, a special edition to commemorate Nigeria’s 100th anniversary.

In this issue...

We feature Ike Udé, artist, writer, publisher/editor of New York-based aRUDE magazine and fashion connoisseur. Udé has graced several covers of high-end fashion magazines and was on Vanity Fair's International Best Dressed list in 2009 and 2012. In the early 1990s, he began using photography to explore issues...


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TCHIF: SIGNS OF LIFE

Out of Africa gallery presents Signs of Life, an exhibition of recent work by leading contemprary Benin artist, Tchif from September 10 to November 2, 2014.

A largely experimental artist, Tchif works with a variety of media and techniques including computer-generated graphics and felt markers. However, his principal interest lies in surface textures and the materiality of his medium. With his hands, he seamlessly incorporates bits of fabric, rope and clay, revealing a tactile...


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A SLICE OF LAGOS

On September 3, A Slice of Lagos, a cinematic journey and photographic exhibition of multicultural 19th century Lagos opened to the public at the Rook & Raven gallery in London. The exhibition runs till September 9. Curator of the show, British-born Nigerian artist Sesu Tilley-Gyado, whose work is also featured in the exhibition observes that several people assume the past, as “black and white” consequently visualizing it like this. She therefore felt the need to capt...


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JAMES BOND’S BENTLEY’ TO STIR CROWDS AT HAMPTON COURT CONCOURS

The car that James Bond “loved more than all the women at present in his life” will be among an array of stunning Bentleys exhibited at the Hampton Court Concours of Elegance from September 5-7.

The 1954 R-Type Continental Drophead Coupe is the car thought to have inspired author Ian Fleming to give his iconic British agent just such a model in his 1961 novel, Thunderball. Fleming, a keen petrolhead himself, is believed to have seen this Chapron coachbuilt Bentley in Londo...


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MUST SEE EXHIBITIONS THIS MONTH

 

RYAN HEWETT

ENLIGHTEN

Barnard Gallery

September 03 – October 14

Barnard Gallery is proud to present Enlighten – an exhibition of recent paintings by Ryan Hewett. A year after Genesis– his acclaimed debut solo show at the gallery – Hewett is back with a body of work echoing the brutal beauty of his earlier portraits, but displaying a greater fluidity that accompanies his growing confidence in the medium.

T...


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MICHAEL TAYLOR: I WAS BORN YESTERDAY

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present I Was Born Yesterday an exhibition of new work by Michael Taylor.

This new body of work sees the artist returning to the seas, a penchant metaphorical space in which Taylor unleashes his imagined characters. I was born yesterday follows the events of stereotyped gentlemen tribes, coming together in a spectacular staged race. An eccentric romp, fictionalising a battle of the male egos and parodying masculine attit...


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