Category Archives: London

“Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union”: The Saatchi Gallery looks at Contemporary Russian Art

This week the Saatchi Gallery in London will launch the group show,¬†Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union: Art from Russia. The exhibition owes its title to a speech by Stalin, but its work comes mainly from … Continue reading

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Last few days to catch Innovation Prize nominees in London

As the debate continues over whether Pussy Riot’s actions should be considered as an art work, let alone as an art work worthy of a nomination to the Kandinsky Prize (Read Chto Delat?‘s firm opinion on the latter here in … Continue reading

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Format, AA’s live magazine, takes on Modern Talking

Today, you can catch the launch of the second issue of Format, a live magazine, as it unfolds from London’s Architectural Association. Conceived by the marvelous and multi-talented Shumon Basar, Format looks “at the shape that discourse takes,” turning the … Continue reading

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This St Patrick’s Day, Publish and Be Damned at the ICA

In an era where “what’s an e-book?!” has increasingly yielded to “you know, this Kindle is kind of convenient…,” publishing – let alone self-publishing – ¬†has gotten even more complicated. Published and Be Damned aims to foster and support the … Continue reading

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