Tag Archives: Exhibition

CERN visitor experience

The week the Large Hadron Collider was switched back on following a period of upgrade, I flew out to Geneva to try out CERN’s visitor experience. Globe of Science and Innovation, 2015 The Universe of Particles exhibition is housed in … Continue reading

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Destruction and world heritage

I troop off to the British Museum shows like I’m dutifully returning to my own mecca. With a world class permanent collection, and the pull of large scale, incredible international shows, how can they get it wrong? When the exhibitions … Continue reading

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Revelations in photography

Étienne-Jules Marey (1830-1904), Air currents revealed by streams of smoke broken by a solid object, 1901 An exhibition featuring some of the rarest images from the pioneers of early scientific photography and the influence on modern and contemporary art. The … Continue reading

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Ruin Lust – the Tate conundrum

It sometimes seems like the Tate Modern is less about the cutting edge and more a mausoleum to Contemporary Art. Aside from works in the Turbine Hall, it represents an empire more interested in expansion, than a gallery trying to … Continue reading

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Richard Hamilton – Man, Machine and Motion

Man, Machine and Motion, Richard Hamilton Richard Hamilton at the ICA, ICA, London 12 Feb – 6 Apr 2014

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Jananne Al-Ani

Still from: Shadow Sites I, 2010 Shadow Sites I explores the landscape of the Middle East through the technology of modern warfare. Excavations Hayward Gallery Project Space 5 March 2014 – 11 May 2014

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Alternative Guide to the Universe

A.G. Rizzoli George Widener Alternative Guide to the Universe explores the work of self-taught artists and architects, fringe physicists and visionary inventors, all of whom offer bracingly unorthodox perspectives on the world we live in. Inspiringly original and bracingly eccentric, … Continue reading

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