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Hello, My Name is Paul Smith – Design Museum

Hello, My Name is Paul Smith – Design Museum

Hello, My Name is Paul Smith at London’s Design Museum takes a personal look at the renowned British designer’s work, life and influences. The exhibition begins with a recreation of the very first Paul Smith shop in 1970s Nottingham, measuring a tiny 3m x 3m.  This leads on to the [...]

November 21, 2013 × 0 comments
13th Istanbul Biennial 2013

13th Istanbul Biennial 2013

This week in Istanbul, we managed to get a last-chance look at the 13th Istanbul Biennial 2013 exhibition in Antrepo no.3, a cool warehouse space next to the Istanbul Modern in Tophane. Curated by Fulya Erdemci, the biennial entitled ‘Mom, am I Barbarian?’ examines the concept of the public domain as [...]

October 19, 2013 × 0 comments
798 Art District – Beijing, China

798 Art District – Beijing, China

798 Art District is one of Beijing’s most exciting sights and is a leafy, low-key alternative to the city’s vertiginous skyscrapers and futuristic glass buildings. Part of the Dashanzi area in Beijing’s Chaoyang District, 798 has a laid-back village atmosphere with quiet tree-lined streets, an abundance of art galleries, intriguing [...]

June 3, 2013 × 0 comments
Philadelphia Mural Art Tour

Philadelphia Mural Art Tour

A tour of Philadelphia’s fascinating mural art is an absolute must, to get a glimpse of the city’s home-grown creativity. There are over 3000 murals in Philadelphia, telling the stories of the communities, scenes from everyday Philly life and paying homage to prominent historical figures. The Mural Arts Program began [...]

January 14, 2013 × 0 comments
Charlotte Cory’s Cabinet Of Christmas Curiosities

Charlotte Cory’s Cabinet Of Christmas Curiosities

For unique, quirky festive gifts that you can’t find on the high street, Charlotte Cory’s Cabinet of Christmas Curiosities should be top of your list.  London-based artist Charlotte Cory’s work is all about English eccentricity, combining Victorian imagery with taxidermy to create exquisite artwork, homeware and accessories. Charlotte Cory has pieces hanging [...]

December 3, 2012 × 16 comments

Stoli Launches ORGNL.TV Online Creative Project

Stolichnaya® Premium vodka has launched ORGNL.TV, an online creative project to find the very best emerging talent across art, music and fashion.  Commissioned by Stoli, ORGNL.TV documents the creative process of artists from across the globe, offering an insight into their world and inspiring others to upload their own videos to the [...]

October 13, 2012 × 0 comments
A Season Of Fabulous Fashion Exhibitions

A Season Of Fabulous Fashion Exhibitions

Summer in London was all about the Olympic Games and the Royal Family, but for autumn 2012, the focus is firmly back on fashion.  What better way to ease into the colder months than in a cosy museum in the company of haute couture and beautiful photography? See the very [...]

October 4, 2012 × 0 comments
Wanderlust & Musée Galliera at Les Docks – Paris

Wanderlust & Musée Galliera at Les Docks – Paris

Wanderlust, the multi-disciplinary space at Les Docks, Cité de la Mode et du Design, has  proved to be the place to enjoy summer in Paris.  Overlooking the Seine at quai d’Austerlitz, Wanderlust includes a restaurant, bar and club that also boasts the largest terrace in Paris and an 80-seat outdoor cinema. [...]

September 24, 2012 × 0 comments
Chérie City Guide To: Barcelona

Chérie City Guide To: Barcelona

Barcelona is one of Spain’s most vibrant, exciting and constantly evolving cities.  There are always plenty of new things to see and do, alongside traditional establishments that have endured throughout the years.  It’s now easier than ever to find an affordable flight and spend a long weekend in one of [...]

September 3, 2012 × 0 comments
Print Club London Presents BLISTERS – The Directors Cut

Print Club London Presents BLISTERS – The Directors Cut

This weekend, screen printing studio Print Club London presents it fourth annual show, BLISTERS – The Directors Cut. Forty established and emerging illustrators, as well as street artists and designers, will show their prints, inspired by iconic and cult movies. The brief for the show was to create a screen [...]

August 31, 2012 × 0 comments
Arts & Culture in Philadelphia

Arts & Culture in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the city to watch for art and culture this summer, particularly with the monumental re-opening of The Barnes Foundation and the Rodin Museum.  Whether it’s a downtown hidden gem or a world renowned institute on ‘Museum Mile’, Philadelphia’s art scene has plenty to discover… Philadelphia Museum of Art [...]

July 9, 2012 × 1 comment
The Barnes Foundation Re-Opens In Philadelphia

The Barnes Foundation Re-Opens In Philadelphia

The re-opening of The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia has been one of the most talked about happenings in the international art world for many years.  For the grand opening week, in mid-May, I was invited to the press preview to discover the new Barnes Foundation.  A controversial relocation and redevelopment has [...]

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June 6, 2012 × 1 comment