Pedro Paricio – Dreams

A few weeks ago we received an invitation to Pedro Paricio‘s new exhibition, Dreams. It is always an experience to see his work, but having followed his career for a few years now, it is even better to appreciate the evolution he has had. And he has lost his signature blazer, tie and hat for…

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Serpentine Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels

  Visiting the Serpentine Pavilion is now a tradition, one more to add to strawberries and Pimm’s during the great British summer. This year’s architect is Bjarke Ingels from Denmark. He founded his practice in 2005 with offices in Copenhagen and New York. Ingels has won numerous architectural competitions and awards including AIA National Architecture Honor Award…

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BEARD – Somerset House

Last Saturday I headed to Somerset House despite the grey and cold morning (Spring is only fooling us Londoners to believe that the weather is getting better). Since I heard about this exhibition, I wanted to compare my longest ever beard with what is around. Let’s just say that London is becoming a bearded city….

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Interview with Pedro Paricio

“…when I am happy I go to see art. When I am sad, I go to see art. Art gives meaning to my life”. Pedro Paricio Walking New Bond Street (one of the most expensive and chic in London) I came across the Halcyon Gallery quite a few months ago. Like most of the shops along…

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David Nash – Exhibiting at Kew Gardens

David Nash is exhibiting his work at Kew Gardens. Not only sculptures but visitors can admire drawings and installations throughout the open spaces, glasshouses and exhibition rooms. From April to September 2012, David Nash worked at Kew using trees that had falled ir died naturally. Building up one of the exhibits at Kew: The main…

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Back in town

Back from NY and looking forward to finding innovative design. Has anyone found out about any outstanding design worth mentioning? Coming up next week: W Barcelona and The Chelsea Gardener

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Françoise Nielly

So far, my favourite painter. I discovered her work in Barcelona, in a gallery called Villa del Arte, very close to the cathedral. My first reaction was stopping in front of the window and couldn’t help but staring at a huge canvas for quite a few minutes. The use of colour and the thick brushstrokes…

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Yayoi Kusama – Louis Vuitton – Saatchi Gallery

Yayoi Kusama is now in her 80s. I saw her work for the first time in 2009 when she covered the trees along South Bank in London, very similar to a previous one for the Singapore Biennale (2006). She is very famous for painting herself and covering canvases, people and pumpkins in polka dots. It is…

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