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YAYOI KUSAMA’S INFINITY MIRROR ROOMS: LONDON

Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms first emerged in 1965, and have since become one of the world's most popular types of interactive art. For one year, two of Kusama's Infinity Mirror Rooms are being housed at the Tate Modern in London. Filled With the Brilliance of Life and Chandelier of Grief are two of the most highly anticipated […]

THE ART OF BANKSY: LONDON

The Art of Banksy in London is an unauthorised exhibition of Banksy's early work. All pieces are on loan from private collections, making it one of the most comprehensive displays of Banksy's work ever seen and the largest collection of privately-owned Banksy works in the world. The original canvases, sculptures, screenprints, and limited edition prints […]

“BANKSY LAUGH NOW” AT MOCO: AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

This ongoing exhibition at the MOCO Museum in Amsterdam features some of Banksy's best-loved works, including the eponymous Laugh Now. This vibrant and varied collection of prints, original paintings, and sculptures span the entirety of Banksy's career. Unmissable pieces include Girl With Balloon, Love is in the Air (Flower Thrower), and Beanfield, which is the exhibition's centrepiece. Beanfield has not […]

“VANGUARD: THE EVOLUTION OF A GLOBAL MOVEMENT”: BRISTOL, UK

The Vanguard exhibition at Bristol's M Shed brings famous artists, such as Inkie, together with big voices in the street art world, such as Doug Gillen, to explore the influence of the city of Bristol on the global street art scene. As the hometown of Banksy, Bristol has a lot to answer for. "Vanguard" celebrates […]

“ANDY WARHOL: REVELATION” AT BROOKLYN MUSEUM: NEW YORK

Andy Warhol is one of the 20th century's most prolific artists, whose work shaped the Pop Art movement as we know it today. Warhol is known for his insightful, often witty, riffs on the nuances of modern society, consumerism, and celebrity, but it is rare for an exhibition to focus so keenly on Warhol's personal […]

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