Posts tagged Victoria and Albert Museum
The Botticelli Reimagined Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

In the grand hall of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London sits a giant clam shell, occupied at any time by a tourist attempting to affect that pose: weight on one leg, hip pushed into an alluring curve, a hand raised over a breast, the other clutching an imaginary rope of salt-encrusted hair over their modesty. Such is the enduring popular appeal of Sandro Botticelli’s (1445-1510) most famous painting, Birth of Venus...

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An Interview with the Artists and Photographers Walter & Zoniel at their Studio in Hoxton, London

The Formationist artists Walter & Zoniel live, work, sleep, breathe and create together. We met at their East London studio amidst the ‘brutalist’ architecture of Hoxton after being introduced by Marine Tanguy at a talk I gave with Lina Iris Viktor. Whilst drinking green tea in their matching boiler suits they showed me how they...

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