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Phyllida Barlow - Tate Britain Commission 2014

Phyllida Barlow’s new commission at the Duveen galleries at Tate Britain *is large, messy, unstable and chaotic.* But despite the disarray and all the cardboard, timber and rope hanging about on top of me, it gives a sense that it’s all contained chaos. The premise of it all…

Design Museum: Seven Category winners - Design of the Year 2013 Awards

The ‘Designs of the Year’ winners have just been announced – covering seven categories in the field of architecture, product, fashion, digital, fashion, transport and graphics. Some of my favourite designs did not win – like Heatherwick’s Olympic cauldron or Olafur Eliasson’s Little Sun – but this does not diminish the…

My Favourite 15 Picks from Gerhard Richter's Panorama

Gerhard Richter’s latest retrospective at the Tate clearly shows that his art sits in the middle ground between abstraction and realism. For almost 50 years of his career, Richter has not only mastered all the genres of painting but has also contributed to the major art movements of our…

Starving Myself with Joan Miró´s Retrospective at the Tate Modern

Hunger is the word I would describe Joan Miró´s retrospective at the Tate Modern. Not because I came there with an empty stomach and could hear it growling (I was starving, yes and could eat a horse, but that´s really beside the point) —  but it is really hunger…