Author: Anna Aguilar

Born in Barcelona and based in London, Anna writes about art, techno and psychogeography. She is also a lover of film photography and is slowly building an Olympus camera collection.

Slithering Through Self-Discovery with Leon Vynehall

A herpetological review of the Leon Vynehall's 2021 Ninja Tune Release 'Rare, Forever' ...

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Isles, The Electronica We Needed This Pandemic

Isles by Bicep : the perfect album for the pandemic, for moments of reflection and isolation. It is made for listening at home, alone....

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Contra-Internet: Zach Blas at Gasworks

Gasworks presents Contra-Internet, a major new commission by London-based artist Zach Blas...

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Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre (Tristan Hoare Gallery)

Documenting the unexpected beauty of industrial decay...

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Casting Off: Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

Charting absence, memory, and loss through the familiar, reimagined...

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Treasures From the Wreck of the Unbelievable (Damien Hirst)

Part fantasy, part Hollywood, all Hirst. The master of spectacles hits Venice...

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It’s Real, Darling! Real Estate (Roundhouse, 13 June 2017)

Summer energy (of the welcome kind) comes to Camden ...

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Something Nasty Trickles Down: Benedict Drew (Whitechapel Gallery)

Exploring exactly what is falling from above in the trickle-down economy...

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A Handful of Dust (Whitechapel Gallery)

All we are is dust in the wind. Whitechapel Gallery retread the inestimable wisdom of Kansas (and T.S. Eliot)...

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Alberto Giacometti at Tate Modern

An extensive retrospective at Tate Modern sees Alberto Giacometti's works embodying human anxieties and alienation...

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Viewing the Inner Billygoat: Self-Portraiture at Whitechapel Gallery

Portraiture becomes an extension of the artist in search of deeper answers, at Whitechapel Gallery...

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