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Sofia Carson Oct 6
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Cornelia Oct 4
Went out to see some art came home like this
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Nathan Manuel Oct 2
The streets of London know what’s up.
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Amanda King Oct 3
An oasis of calm ⁦⁩ with the inimitable ⁦⁩ and Anne Tallentire
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Rachel Cockett Oct 3
All the fun of with and Patrons. Being photo-bombed by 🤩
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Rachel Cockett Oct 2
The experience with and . The clothes are WAY the coolest thing there 😎
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Second Floor Studios Oct 5
Exploring interesting reflections on the primary and secondary art market. Great to see one of our studio members with a very strong exhibition.
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Gemma Wright Oct 4
So much painting this year Here’s a small selection of the ones I enjoyed.
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Phoebe Boswell Oct 1
Thrilled to be doing a performance for Theaster Gates’s Black Image Corporation on Thursday at 180 The Strand. Even more thrilled that i will be joined by some of the most badass women i know. 🙏🏾❤️💋
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ⓢⓗⓐⓡⓓⓒⓞⓡⓔ ⧖ Oct 5
Replying to @erocdrahs
...this is the *real* face of , obviously.
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Barry Flanagan Aug 16
Plans for the weekend? Why not take a trip to Regents Park, London and get up close to Flanagan’s 'Composition' (2008). Just one of over twenty monumental sculptures free to visit throughout the summer, organised by . Detail photo courtesy @waddingtoncustot
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karen the librarian Oct 4
My friend fainted at the Art fair and people thought it was a performance
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dream hampton Oct 7
Me & filmmaker ended a perfect Friday night by celebrating the legendary Carrie Mae Weems
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Eduardo Carvalho Oct 6
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ArtBrowser Oct 6
A few ArtBrowsing stills from the opening day of 💙⚡
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South London Gallery Oct 2
To coincide with , the Orozco Garden is open 11am–6pm Thu 3 Oct and Fri 4 Oct, as well as its usual opening hours (11am–6pm, Saturdays and Sundays). Created over two years by artist Gabriel Orozco, the garden plays on the idea of an urban ruin. Photos: Andy Stagg
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Five Books Oct 4
Going to this weekend? This discussion with Georgina Adams about the five best books on the art market is a must read:
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PeakyOfLondon Oct 5
Please, if you have the time, go and check out the exhibition this weekend. If ever a British artist deserved success, it’s this young man.
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Rachel Ara XX Oct 1
Desperate to see some underground art in Frieze Week? Go to the V&A and see the seminal artwork that constantly calculates its commercial sales price in real time .. posing unsettling questions for the artworld. Extended to 14th Oct.
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Katy Wix 🌙 Oct 5
I developed a twitch at the Frieze art fair, it was so good.
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