08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

For more information about any of these exhibitions, check the gowithYamo app

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08/12/2021
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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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Exhibitions to see in London this December
We give our choices for the best exhibitions running in London over the coming month

Life Between Islands at Tate Britain

Spanning seven decades of British-Caribbean artworks, Tate Britain’s Life Between Islands features work by over 40 artists, including Aubrey Williams, Donald Locke, Horace Ové, Sonia Boyce, Claudette Johnson, Peter Doig, Hurvin Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner and Alberta Whittle. The exhibition covers mediums from painting to film, alongside fashion, sculpture, and documentary photography. Documenting the post-war forging of new communities in Britain and exploring the confluence of British and Caribbean influences, the exhibition celebrates the diversity of British culture from the mid-twentieth century onwards through the blending of cultural styles.

Life Between Islands is showing at the Tate Britain until 3rd April 2022

Jah Shaka, Denzil Forrester, 1983

Amy: Beyond the Stage at The Design Museum

Showing at the Design Museum until April, Amy: Beyond the Stage celebrates the work and legacy of one of the twenty-first century’s greatest musicians. The exhibition, organised by the museum in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse, is described as a tribute to the ‘unmistakable voice, confessional lyrics and iconic look’ of Amy Winehouse. The exhibition explores the myriad of her influences, such as of Mark Ronson, Motown, and ‘60s pop. It also includes handwritten lyrics, outfits Winehouse wore for her most iconic performances, and her blue Daphne Fender Stratocaster guitar, all serving as a unique insight into a cultural icon.

Amy: Beyond the Stage is showing at The Design Museum until 10th April 2022

Amy Winehouse Backstage, photographed by Charles Moriarty

Helen Levitt: In the Street at The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition spanning fifty years of work by one of the most influential street photographers of all time, Helen Levitt. After devoting herself to street photography in 1936, Levitt spent her time capturing residents of her native New York, particularly the Bronx, the Lower East Side, and Spanish Harlem. With a collection of early black and white photographs displayed alongside later, vibrantly colourful photography, the exhibition highlights Levitt’s surrealist influences, capturing her subjects in incongruously theatrical poses in contrast to their everyday surroundings. Also showing as part of the exhibition is Levitt’s 1953 experimental documentary In the Street, produced with filmmaker Janice Loeb and serving as an early forerunner for the Cinéma vérité style which came to prominence in the 1960s.

Helen Levitt: In the Street is showing at The Photographers’ Gallery until 13th February 2022

New York, Helen Levitt, 1940

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