Slow looking at the Pierre Bonnard Tate Modern exhibition

Photo: Zoe Norfolk Last summer the Tate Modern announced it would be encouraging visitors to try ‘slow looking’, especially when it comes to their new The Colour of Memory exhibition by French artist Pierre Bonnard,...

Weavers of the Clouds: Textile Arts of Peru – Craft and Travel’s favourite exhibition...

Image: Sebastian Castenada (This is my preview post, see my review from when it opened here.)  To say I’m excited about the forthcoming Weavers of The Clouds exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum in London would be...

Everything you ever wanted to know about t-shirts… ‘T-shirt: Cult Culture Subversion’ at the...

I’m so clueless about t-shirts that it wasn’t until I went on a tour of the new T-Shirt: Cult – Culture - Subversion exhibition that opened this week at The Fashion & Textile Museum...

Dreaming in rainbows – visiting teamLab Borderless, Shanghai

“Some people spend three hours here, others a whole day.” I’m told this as I walk into a dark room where the floors are flickering and moving in ripples towards me. I look at...

Street art is cool but murals are even better – welcome to Hyderabad’s animal...

Capturing street art always makes for good blogging and social media content. But what about the people who created it? We’re all quick to stand in front of gorgeous colourful walls (me especially) and...

Belgium’s Liquid City, Brugge Triennale 2018

As if the architecture in Belgium wasn’t already appealing enough (while I was there over the weekend I learnt in particular, that you should always look up), the quaint town of Bruges is currently...

Misshapes The Making of Tatty Devine: 20 years of making awesome jewellery (exhibition review)

I’m not sure when I first came across Tatty Devine but it’s an absolute epic achievement that jewellery designers Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE are now celebrating 20 years of their iconic...

I’m giving a Colour Talk at Tate Modern!!!

It's true! And I'm so excited I may burst!!!! Back in December I got a call from the Tate Modern Tate Lates team (who curate monthly events on Friday nights), when the biggest and most...

Did you know Romania has a museum dedicated to Icons on Glass?

In keeping with tradition I escaped abroad to ring in the New Year and for 2018 I chose the region of Transylvania in Romania. Yes I did encounter Dracula but I’m saving that for...

Weavers of The Clouds – Textile Arts of Peru: Peruvian fashion, crafts and textiles...

When the email dropped in my inbox with news that the ‘Weavers Of The Clouds – Textile Arts of Peru' exhibition was opening at the Fashion and Textile Museum I nearly exploded from excitement. It...

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