Google Alert - exhibition

As-it-happens update April 30, 2018
An exhibition chronicling William S. Burroughs' time living in London from the collection of beat and countercultural author Barry Miles' personal photos and ephemera will be on display at Westminster Arts Library from May 7 - June 2. Miles' connection to the 1960s counterculture and the Beats runs ...
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When most people think of photography in galleries they think of landscapes, portraits and documentary images, whereas think of abstract art and painting springs to mind. Abstract photography is not on many people's radars, despite it having a long history. This exhibition will look back over the last 100 ...
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'Luxury' is an ambiguous term, the meaning of which has wildly varying interpretations depending on the person you ask. In an attempt to unlock the mystery behind it, Selfridges has unveiled The Flipside, a free exhibition that looks at the concept through the lens of a series of forward-thinking brands.
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FASHION DESIGNER Oscar de la Renta was a force in his field from when he was dressing Jacqueline Kennedy in the 1960s until he passed away in 2014. A new exhibition at Mint Museum Randolph surveys that long, globe-trotting career. And the man at the curatorial helm is journalist and fashion ...
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A showcase of the French capital Paris in acclaimed snaps by famed late photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson will launch and headline this year's Kolga Tbilisi Photo exhibition and awards this week. Some of Cartier-Bresson's best images of the city, captured over an extended period of time, will be on ...
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