10/01/2022
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gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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10/01/2022
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gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
10/01/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
gowithYamo's Most Visited Exhibitions
We present the most popular current exhibitions among gowithYamo users

Happy New Year gowithYamo Users! There are plenty of upcoming exhibitions that we will inform you about in due course. However, for now let’s take a look at what exhibitions have been visited most frequently by the gowithYamo community.

Shilpa Gupta: Sun at Night | The Curve, Barbican

Showing until 6th February 2022

In her first major London exhibition, Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta raises pressing questions about censorship, confinement and resistance that highlight the fragile nature of one's right to expression. As well as placing important topics centre stage, Gupta’s exhibition is scintillating for the senses. Drawing upon mediums of sound, light, language and the power of speech, this exhibition promises to go beyond a sensory pleasure and strike your very soul. There is only one month left to view this masterpiece, so don’t miss out!

Teiji Hayama: I Link, Therefore I Am | Unit London

Showing until 8th January 2022

Teiji Hayama presents his second solo exhibition with Unit London, I link, therefore I am. Using an enhanced visual language of caricature to convey society's ever-growing obsession with celebrity and digital culture, the exhibition builds on the themes of his previous project, Fame. Portraiture of the likes of Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Twiggy are utilised to explore the process by which a person becomes infinitely and boundlessly famous, a path that Hayama describes as having “no return’.

Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan | Japan House London

Showing until 10th April 2022

Since the beginning of 2020, windows have taken on an entirely new meaning in the world. We can walk down a high street and see empty windows that were once home to clothing or artifact display and walk down residential streets in the middle of the day and happen upon a full house. Windows have unlocked a source of power in the creative mind. Everywhere, artists are drawing upon windows as a source of inspiration whatever the interpretation. Window Research Institute’s ‘Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan’ at Japan House London explores this new fascination, traversing beyond their simple architectural design.

This year has many exhibitions in store for all art lovers everywhere!

We would love to hear any comments or thoughts about the (art related) highs and lows of your 2021!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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