GW Open Studios 17–18th March 2012

Please do come and join us for a nibble and a drink Saint Patrick’s weekend. Open Saturday and Sunday 12pm–6pm

GW Open Studios


The universe is not only queerer than we imagine, but queerer than we can imagine. – J. B. S. Haldane

artnet Galleries: Laments by Nobuyoshi Araki from Lorena Ruiz de Villa

Laments by Nobuyoshi Araki is available at Lorena Ruiz de Villa. Find comprehensive details on this artwork, contact the gallery, or find more artworks in artnet Galleries.

Nobuyoshi Araki, Laments

via artnet Galleries: Laments by Nobuyoshi Araki from Lorena Ruiz de Villa.

U B U W E B – Film & Video: Richard Serra – Railroad Turnbridge (1976)

U B U W E B – Film & Video: Richard Serra – Railroad Turnbridge (1976).

One of the most important avant-garde films of this period, Richard Serra’s Railroad Turnbridge attempts to grasp what Rosalind Krauss termed “a relationship, a transitivity… The physical turnbridge is the support of this experience, not its subject.” (“Richard Serra, A Translation”)

Mike Kelley Has Died | Gallerist NY

Mike Kelley Has Died | Gallerist NY.

Mike Kelley Has Died

Mr. Kelley.

Mike Kelley, one of the most critically acclaimed artists of his generation, has died at the age of 58, according to several sources close to the artist that The Observer has spoken with. A cause of death has not been confirmed. We will have updates as details become clear. Continue reading

Wout Beger, ‘Ijsland Weg’, 1997.


Wout Beger

Ijsland Weg

London Council Housing | Dorset Estate

London Council Housing can not help but be interesting. Not only as I live in one: George Loveless House featured in ‘Love London council housing blog’, but I do find the estate absolutely intriguing. There is also something very aesthetically pondering and linguistically inquisitive when it comes to Council Houses rendering London’s skyline. . . If you have some time to kill check this blog out:

Love London council housing Blog

Sunday, 22 January 2012

The Dorset Estate, Tower Hamlets

I feel guilty. The Dorset Estate has been staring me in the face for the last six months. And I’ve ignored it. My excuse is I was waiting for the perfect crisp, clear January morning to take some photos.

Designed by Skinner, Bailey & Lubetkin and finished in 1957, the main buildings are two 11-storey Y-shaped blocks called George Loveless House and James Hammett House. Continue reading