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Alice Anderson: Memory Movement Memory Objects

Every time I need to go into Central London, I try and swing by a new exhibition. Last week after...
by Eppie on Oct 13, 2015

Death

Take a walk passed the skulls, the skeletons and the character of Death himself dancing on our backs, he is enticing us passed the diverse range of ways in which we can achieve the inevitable, and how we deal with it.. or is that not at the heart of...
by Artist's in Progress on Jan 15, 2013

Death

Take a walk passed the skulls, the skeletons and the character of Death himself dancing on our backs, he is enticing us passed the diverse range of ways in which we can achieve the inevitable, and how we deal with it.. or is that not at the heart of...
by Artist's in Progress on Jan 15, 2013

Death: A Self Portrait

  Stefano and I often do exhibition dates, romantic non? I had seen lots of posters about Death: A Self Portrait and seeing as both of us have a slight infatuation with skulls and skellys it was obviously the perfect place for us to go and see.
by Catherine Love Hammick on Jan 6, 2013

Explore London’s less known attractions

London’s historical richness and cultural diversification have made it one of the most popular places to visit in the world. Its famous landmarks cannot just simply be ignored once you have arrived in England’s capital, however there is more to i...

Listen to a Londoner: Martin Payne

Listen to a Londoner is a weekly interview with a Londoner – someone who lives in this city, born here or elsewhere. If you’re up for being interviewed, email littlelondonobservationist@hotmail.co.uk. Martin Payne Martin Payne, born in Barking bu...
by Little London Observationist on Nov 13, 2010

Guest Post: Quirky Collections in London with free entry

In this guest post, Margaret Doherty describes the private passions of London’s great collectors, ranging from weird and wonderful to classical and modern. Entry is free of charge at all the collections. The Wellcome Collection Prosethic by mr hy...
by Europe A La Carte Blog on Jun 25, 2009


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