Reviews

On October 24th, 2022

Dani and Sheilah ReStack: Cuts in the Day, Camden Art Centre- Now on until 15th Jan 23-Review

Intimate drawings and large-scale projections: Cuts in the Day explores queer desire, relationships and connection. For their first institutional exhibition, Camden Art Centre welcome Dani and Sheilah...

On October 21st, 2022

Thrilling, inspiring and soul stirring: the final evening of Darbar Festival 2022- Barbican, 16 Oct – Review

The alaap in Indian classical music is similar to the prelude in western classical music. It can be long but it extends a meditative calm as the artist slowly builds their interpretation of the mood o...

On October 21st, 2022

Eeshar Singh at the Darbar Festival: A Mystical Afternoon– Barbican, 15 Oct 2022-Review

When Eeshar Singh was first invited to play at the Darbar festival, he apparently declined. Prompted for a reason by the same Sikh elder now laughingly introducing Singh’s performance, the Bradford-...

On October 20th, 2022

Presenting LexTempus – VLT-001 “The Greats” at Aures London – Celebrating 35 years of Black History Month in October-Review

Welcome to the UK’s first full sensory music experience! This Black History Month, LexTempus VLT-001 has launched “The Greats” at Aures London, transporting you on a journey through the 50s to t...

On October 18th, 2022

National Gallery’s Contemporary Fellowship exhibition opens with Nalini Malani’s ‘My Reality is Different’ at the Holburne Museum, Bath-7 Oct to 8 Jan-Review

When I first heard that the National Gallery was awarding its Contemporary Fellowship to Nalini Malani, I was surprised. The Contemporary Fellowship invites an artist to make a new work inspired by th...

On September 30th, 2022

Hallyu! The Korean Wave at the V&A – on now until 25 June 2023-Review

Fashion, art, music and film come together in this stimulating and exciting one-of-a-kind exhibition celebrating pop culture of South Korea. Upon entering you are immediately struck by content –...

On September 23rd, 2022

Yellowman – Orange Tree Theatre, 5 Sept-8 Oct 22-Review

Yellowman directed by Diane Page and originally written by Dael Orlandersmith, maintains its relevance in a modern-day context, as it did when it was first adapted into a play in 2004. Set in South Ca...

On September 20th, 2022

Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics, Barbican Art Gallery, 8 Sept 22-8 Jan 23-Review

Carnal, experimental, affronting: Barbican opens Body Politics, a major retrospective of American performance artist Carolee Schneemann. Born 1939, Schneemann was ahead of her time, often placing her ...

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