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Infinity Room installation in Singapore, by Yayoi Kusama

Three Reasons to Visit Tate in 2020

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Tate Modern, London’s museum of the present, has put together another great set of exhibitions this year. From discovering your inner intuition in Kusama’s infinity rooms to showing the purest, rawest form of human movement, Tate continues to keep us on our toes, encouraging us to stay curious beings and explore!

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The North London Way to Showcase Emerging Art

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Have you heard of YAP Young Artist Partnership? If you consider yourself a member of London’s fine art community, then getting better acquainted with them will definitely be worth your while!

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Our Thoughts: Tim Walker, Wonderful Things

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Fashion Week graced London with its presence last week, and its extravagant spirit lives on at one of Chelsea’s most prestigious cultural institutions.

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Art Review: Serpentine Pavilion by Junya Ishigami

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The ever-popular Serpentine Pavilion is back this summer, with Junya Ishigami bringing a ‘levitating cluster of scattered rocks’ to Hyde Park.

Established in 1970, Serpentine Gallery is a world-renowned art institution based in London’s beautiful Hyde Park. The gallery comprises the Serpentine and Sackler Galleries (the latter designed by Zaha Hadid in 2013), based on either side of their namesake the Serpentine Lake.

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Olafur Eliasson, Beauty

Our Thoughts: Olafur Eliasson’s In Real Life

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The renowned artist returns to Tate Modern this summer with another mesmerizing exhibition, prompting us to think about the world beyond those iconic brick walls.

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Ransom Art Gallery Pimlico Road Belgravia

Chelsea’s Private View Culture

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The Tradition of Preview Culture

Mid-Summer has finally graced London! The endless spells of glorious sunshine bring with them the joys of longer days, and with longer days comes an absolutely unmissable opportunity to get acquainted with the capital’s renowned art scene. Small galleries in Chelsea are a fantastic place to start, especially for those of you in the early stages of your art appreciation journey.

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Tate Modern: The Place That Changed Art Forever

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Tate Modern: a haven for every art enthusiast

Although it is the latest addition to the Tate Group of art galleries, during the first year of its opening, the Tate Modern was the most popular museum in the world, attracting 5.2 million visitors. Its legacy has lived on today, with an estimated 5.9 million visitors in 2018, overtaking the iconic British Museum. Situated on South Bank, it holds an impressive collection of modern art from 1900 to the present day.

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Howard Tangye The Hot Shot

DRAW London: Never Underestimate the Power of Drawing

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Last Wednesday, the Boutique London team had the privilege of attending the VIP preview of DRAW London at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea. DRAW London is the first art fair in the UK dedicated to modern and contemporary drawing, creating an extraordinary platform where the capital’s art lovers and collectors are able to appreciate rare works by highly acclaimed modern artists as well as the more recent works from the 21st century “side by side”.

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