Opening today at the Kashya Hildebrand Gallery in London is an exhibition of the beautiful work by the Finnish artist H C Berg who was Finland’s Young Artist of the Year in 2007 and is represented in major museums in Finland. This is his first exhibition in the UK, although he has exhibited around the world and I look forward to seeing more as his work develops. His sculptural work plays with light, reflections, colour and three dimensional forms to create a fascinating visual experience that twists and turns as you walk around it and can even see yourself integrated into the sculpture through mirrored reflections. He says “it actually stuns the viewer. You have a hard time focusing. You have a hard time connecting”.
"The many great gardens of the world, of literature and poetry, of painting and music, of religion and architecture, all make the point as clear as possible: The soul cannot thrive in the absence of a garden. If you don't want paradise, you are not human; and if you are not human, you don't have a soul."
To be an architect means having a wide range of interests - architecture, art and creativity in all its variety of forms, sustainability, science and innovation. The greatest interest is often where these different worlds overlap and collide - that is when something imaginative often occurs that pushes us all forward to another place
"Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for example"
I hope to showcase contemporary design and innovation, including architecture, art, design, science, technology and sustainability, to those searching for architecture, design and art inspiration to create beauty. I hope you enjoy it and will contribute to it.
- Young Rembrandt embraces the 21st century
- An-My Lê asked us to consider what is real and what is staged at the Marian Goodman Gallery
- David Bomberg’s audacious work on show at the National Gallery
- Engaging visitors in a discussion about Gender at the Science Gallery
- Exploring the world of Anxiety at the Science Gallery at King’s College London
- Two different views of the world: Leon Spilliaert and Marie Laurencin
- Imagination and versatility at ‘Premiums’ at the Royal Academy
- Stan Douglas’s parallel worlds in Doppelgänger at Victoria Miro
- Cerith Wyn Evans’ swirling and geometric neon sculptures at the White Cube
- Bram Bogart’s waves of paint at the White Cube
- A survey of Robert Motherwell’s prints at the Bernard Jacobson Gallery
- Interior architectural spaces by Vicken Parsons and Paul Noble at Christea Roberts
- Derek Jarman’s creative base in Dungeness saved for the future
- The Human Condition: the world world of Farocki and Steyerl
- Celebrating 50 years of The Flowers Gallery
- Film-making in the digital world: Skawennati at the Canada Gallery
- Unbound: The Artistry of Textiles at Two Temple Place
- British artists Hamish Fulton and Fred Sorrell at Parafin
- Basil Beattie’s Cause & Effect at Hales Gallery in the Tea Building
- Going back to February: Nature Unwrapped and Jeff Lowe at King’s Place
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- Architectural visualization on Basil Beattie’s Cause & Effect at Hales Gallery in the Tea Building
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- Nic Maennling on The empty Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell, London, as a historic backcloth to Icon’s House of Culture
- Ian Caldwell on Futurebuild challenges the Construction Industry to change