07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

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Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

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Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
07/04/2022
Art Trails
Hana Krkoska
Easter Gallery Trail
With Spring finally here, we present a new gallery trail with an extra special reward!

March is over, and spring break from schools and university is around the corner. After all the studying, it is time for a fun time and a dose of creativity with a mix of free exhibitions to enjoy during the break that include VR and workshops. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward, revealed below! All exhibitions are free to visit but please remember to check opening times of each gallery in advance.

Feeling Good, NOW Gallery

The exhibition Feeling Good by artist Joy Yamusangie is visually engaging and a treat for any fans of jazz. The installation consists of paintings depicting musicians, some utilising text to help create a story for the characters and add to the atmosphere of late-night club. There is a piano in the installation that visitors are invited to play, adding an interactive element to the musical installation. 

Installation shot, Joy Yamusangie, NOW Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude, National Gallery

The Prelude exhibition currently showing at the National Gallery is a must-see for any aficionado of contemporary painting. The large scale paintings reference historical  artistic landscapes and atmosphere, as well as the genre of history painting depicting events and people from another era in an imagined setting. The National Gallery’s exhibition is a fantastic mix of contemporary art and old masters, with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Kehinde Wiley, In Search of the Miraculous (Jasmine Gracout and Robenson St. Firmin), 2021, oil on linen, The National Gallery

Kehinde Wiley at the National Gallery: The Prelude is showing at the National Gallery until 18th April

Among the Machines, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is a group exhibition in the Zabludowicz Collection featuring artists such as Rebecca Allen, Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson among others. As the title suggests, the show takes human relationships with modern technology as its main theme, and serves as an exciting exploration of the ways artists use and depict technology in their practice. Be sure not to miss the immersive VR installation on the first floor!

A picture containing text, wall, gallery, indoorDescription automatically generated
Lynn Hershman Leeson, Reach, black and white photograph, 1986, Zabludowicz Collection

Among the Machines is showing at Zabludowicz Collection until 17th July

The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio in Whitechapel Gallery is an interactive installation organised in conjunction with the main exhibition A Century of the Artist’s Studio. It resembles a real studio with an array of materials, books and magazines that allows visitors to create their own pieces (take it home or hang it nearby – it’s up to you). Materials get replenished regularly so don’t worry about running out and enjoy a sample of studio life. 

A picture containing text, wall, indoor, shelfDescription automatically generated
Installation shot, The Living Studio, Whitechapel Gallery

The Living Studio is showing at Whitechapel Gallery until May

Complete the trail on the gowithYamo app now to claim your free reward: a print of the iconic 1985 exhibition poster Warhol vs Basquiat.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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