Friday, May 26, 2006

Love this town!

Started in Brick Lane at a yet unnamed gallery.

These reminded me of the covers of HedKandi's cd's.
It's by artist Aurore Colson.

This artwork I forgot to take a note of the artist's name, apologies. Nevertheless, I like it, it looks to me like a psycadelic expression of a vigina.

This one is by artist Simone Santi, very dynamic photo I thought.

Very powerful...

Now, all these photos above are from the Martin Kippenberger/ Bjorn & Dieter Roth exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in London. What a great exhibition! Very well curated, one of the best shows I've seen in ages. The place was oozing with creativity! When I have the opportunity to go to such shows is when I really appreciate being here.

The Boekie Woekie book shop is also in the building for the duration of this exhibition until August 27.

This is Gary Hume's latest work 'Cave Paintings' at the White Cube in Hoxton Square. I liked the material he used, marble, & the technic I found quite original. A bit of a dark edge to it which I'm not really into...

The sky looked like this yesterday, it looked like a painting w different textures...isn't nature amasing?! The ultimate psycadelia, for me.

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Philip Plisson - The Sea

Plisson is the official photographer of the French Navy, his photos are classic commecials but still beautiful. This exhibition is at the Oxo Tower Gallery in Southbank until June 4th.

Monday, May 22, 2006

Random blog in Portuguese

Came across it & liked what I read.

Looking to enjoy myself

It had been a long, long time since I had gone out on my own, truly. Went to a trance night, danced lots, meet people, it was quite friendly. The start of a new era?...

Imagine the Universe Bursts into Song

A collective of Norwegian artists at the Laura Bartlett Gallery. Liked the vibe, quite trendy, some really interesting work & love the title they gave the show (above). It actually relates to one of the pieces in the show where a large flat plasma screen was framed in a golden frame depicting a video of several different males, of 3 different age groups: young children, adolecents & middle age, singing in a choir in rows of four. The photo I took was out of focus so didn't make it here...this show re opened my curiosity about Norway.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

'Office Politix' - Bagelmania - Brick Lane

Calum was giving bagels an upgrade. I had avocado w strawberry, might sound strange but was actually quite good. Portugal colours, red & green I realised after.

Sunday, May 14, 2006

It hurts to grow sometimes...

How boring AGM's are!

Went to the AGM of the Anthroposophical Society & it was really numbing boring. There were these on the wall & they were not bad at all compared w what I've seen there before.

Friday, May 05, 2006


For Cancer Research UK - I wanted to do something like this before I turned 30 whilst raising money & awareness for a good cause. Please do sponsor me no matter how small the amount. The race is Sunday 4th June...wish me luck!!!!!

To sponsor me go to this page


My latest work - 'Before & After'

Lots of Thursday fun!

We had a brilliant night yesterday, lots of shows, some really good work & some not so good...

Farah Syed at Foster Art

Spencer Tunick at Hales Gallery - I love his work, I hope one day to participate

Dan Proops - saucyyyyyyyyyy, hmmmmm

Part of the gang: James, Mark, Kirsty & Zoe

'Society' at the Redux Gallery

'Until it makes Sense' at Seventeen

The start of the LONDON BIENNALE 2006

For the opening ceremony of the London Biennale 2006 artists were asked to produce a flag. We took over London Bridge on May 1st. Again, the variety of flags was amasing.

Brighton for the weekend

Love Brighton. Went to visit friends who run The Antiquarian Society. It was also someone's 30th Birthday (it will be me soon enough!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!).

This Sunset was a treat as we arrived...

This is Banksy. This is one of my favorite works by him. The detail achieved given it's a stencil is quite impressive! Not too mention how loaded in meaning it is...! Cool Britannia

Last Synergy Project Party until October

This is still my favorite party in London. Of course, being one of the startup members makes me a bit bias!! Nevertheless, 5 rooms of full on entertainment is not bad. Not to mention you find lots of useful info from NGO's that set up a stall for the night. All rooms have different music & vibes and the crowd is very diverse. I was doing the door this time and it all went pretty smooth. If you are in London & haven't been to one of these, you're missing out!!! Check out the Synergy website for more details.