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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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21/07/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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21/07/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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21/07/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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21/07/2021
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gowithYamo’s Top Five Exhibitions in London
To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

With the sun slowly re-appearing in London, it is the perfect time to have a day out and visit a few galleries. To help you upon your gallery adventure, gowithYamo have decided to round up a few of our favourite exhibitions happening right now.

James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

Making Paradis - Various Artists  |  Aga Khan Centre

Making Paradis at Aga Khan Centre is an exhibition that explores the concept of Eden through Art & Islamic Garden Design. The exhibition aims to evoke a sense of delight and wonder around the concept of Paradise. The work within the exhibition showcases diverse approaches to the subject through materials and processes such as classical miniature painting, Islamic geometry and pattern, hand-stitched textiles, traditional ceramic work and calligraphy to modern appliqué and painting techniques.

This Is Water – Various Artists   |  Workplace Gallery

Water is both a starting and meeting point in Workplace’s exhibition space in Haggerston. The exhibition plays around with the idea of water and art intertwining as they both interact with and transform the spaces they inhabit as they are able to produce shapes, energy, colours and even create new worlds. All of the work within the exhibition use or reference water in their creation process.

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective   |  Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently home to a beautiful photographic exhibition by British-Ghanaian photographer James Barnor, whose career spans six decades, two continents and numerous photographic genres. The exhibition showcases work from genres such as portraiture, photojournalism and editorial commissions.

James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Untitled, Studio X23, Accra, 1975, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph
James Barnor, Sick Hagemeyer shop assistant, Accra, c. 1957, Courtesy Autograph

My World and Your World - Eva Rothschild  |  Coal Drop Yard

My World and Your World is Eva Rothschild’s first permanent commission in London, and the first permanent artwork at King’s Cross. Rothschild describes her permanent commission as a ‘social sculpture’, an invitation to explore the park, and a place at which to meet friends, have a play or location to even have a picnic at. The sculpture that stands at a colossal 16 metres tall descends from a single point, diverging into branches that sink into the ground. The shape of the sculpture is inspired by the natural world and could be the branches of an inverted tree, a river basin, a lightning bolt, a giant spider.

Light Unlocked - Various Artists   |  Rocket Gallery

Rocket presents a group show which opens to celebrate the release from lockdown in the United Kingdom. The exhibition brings together contemporary paintings, sculptures and wall objects that were created during the last two years under restrictions. The artists included are currently working in London, Rotterdam, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Monchengladbach, Milwaukee and Los Angeles. Installed together, the minimal works all radiate pure colour whether from opaque or transparent surfaces.

LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
LIGHT UNLOCKED : installation view at ROCKET (photograph Paul Tucker)
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