‘It has a lot to do with moving to London, not speaking English, not having friends and being home alone.’ Yet time spent online has been the making of the independent art curator.
Since arriving in the capital from Italy six years ago to study contemporary art history at Goldsmiths, she has established herself at the vanguard of London’s post-internet art scene — and, thankfully, made a few close friends along the way.
She likens the surrounding buzz to the artistic explosion in New York when camcorders first arrived.
Unlike a traditional white cube gallery, Opening Times, which she co-founded with four others, displays its wares 24/7, hence its name.
'Witte de Witte' comprises a group of rare monochrome or near monochrome works made between 19 which illustrate his achievement through relative context without the seduction of colour, allowing his contribution to the story of modernism to be witnessed in starker, more elemental and more overtly physical terms. This exhibition presents works by nine exciting emerging artists.
The featured artists are Mildred Palmer, Andrew Millar, Tom Shedden, Pakal, Olly Fathers, Zabou, Harry Jones, Elektro Team and SKU... Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism is dedicated to Russian protest art over the past 25 years.
Young people will love to discover typical British pubs spread all around the city.
Book a few nights at one of the city’s many youth hostels like London Backpackers and make the most of England’s capital!
Boutique hotel, with individual decor in the public spaces. changing exhibitions, Very comfortable bed and bed linen. Close by are the V&A Museum, the Science Museum, The Albert Hall, and the upmarket shopping of Knightsbridge, Sloane Street, Harvey Nichols and Harrods.Always by Ruth Proctor invites you to take a screen grab of a clock to record the precise moment you interact with it.Fattori Franchini is passionate about digital art and reels off a wonderful potted history of the scene’s beginnings at Frieze Art Fair in 2011, when the South London art collective Lucky PDF hosted an internet TV show with its presenter dressed as a giant tomato.Winterling Saskia Olde Wolbers Joel Wyllie Haeri Yoo This exhibition presents new works by five exciting painters currently working in London.The featured artists are Gareth Cadwallader, Kaye Donachie, Freya Douglas-Morris, Jonathan Lux and Markus Vater. Saatchi Gallery launches a new exhibition space; SALON.