If an original painting by Sam Francis was beyond your budget, then you should have gone to the London Original Print Fair, where Bernard Jacobson has prints for sale, including Sam Francis’ “Senza Titolo II (Untled II)” from 1987 (and already sold when I visited). Prints, in all their forms, produced by artists have always been […]
"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"
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- With an international representation, but has 100 Percent Design lost its focus?
- London Design Festival starts off at the V&A
- Focussing on the modern world at START at the Saatchi Gallery
- A stunning art collection: Mario Testino at Sotheby’s for the Museo MATE in Lima, Peru
- From Charles Rennie Mackintosh to Partridge & Walmsley at Phillips Design
- The historic engineering of Chatham Royal Dockyard continued into the 21st century
- Modern art from the Young Masters in the 18th century architecture of the Royal Overseas League
- Croydon: the new focus for Street Art in London
- Box Park
- Andy Warhol invades Croydon – 12 artists celebrate his life and work with the RISE Gallery.
- Breathing new life for the 21st century into Clandon Park in Surrey
- Art reflecting on the area as a hotbed of international nationalities and cultures – Spitalfields public art
- Immersive environments by Benedict Drew and Emma Hart at the Whitechapel Gallery
- Ashes to ashes – and dust to dust – “A Handful of Dust” at the Whitechapel Gallery
- Redefining the 21st century hotel – Citizen M Bankside and Tower Hill
- Hope for the future at the Natural History Museum in London
- Creating a shop that is part of the visitor experience: Friend and Company at the Victoria & Albert Museum
- The dexterity and flexibility of plywood – at the Victoria and Albert Museum
- Imaginative new work at the Jerwood Space in Southwark in Jerwood Makers Open
- Linking across boundaries at the RIBA in London
- Modern art from the Young Masters in 18th century architecture on Art in the Lloyd Clubs in the heart of the City of London
- Andy Warhol invades Croydon – 12 artists celebrate his life and work with the RISE Gallery. on Pop in London: WARHOL ICONS at the Halccon Gallery London
- Art reflecting on the area as a hotbed of international nationalities and cultures – Spitalfields public art on Colourful new sculptures in London: Sculpture in the City 2017
- Immersive environments by Benedict Drew and Emma Hart at the Whitechapel Gallery on Ashes to ashes – and dust to dust – “A Handful of Dust” at the Whitechapel Gallery
- Sheltering from the cold Winnipeg winter at the Victoria and Albert Museum on The dexterity and flexibility of plywood – at the Victoria and Albert Museum