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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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Collect your 5 yamos below
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11/09/2021
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What is trending where?!

Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms | Tate Modern

Right at the top of the list, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms is the most visited exhibition in London right now. Head on over to Tate Modern for a truly immersive experience. Infinity Mirror Rooms is located at the end of a walkway that is lined with mirrors and a shallow water channel. The room itself has mirrored walls and ceilings, and tiny LED bulbs hang from the ceiling. The isolated pinpricks of light suspend in an otherwise entirely dark room. In the mirrors and water, their reflections shimmer, twinkle and expand, creating the illusion of an endless and vast space.

Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017
Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room - Filled with the Brilliance of Life, 2011/2017

This installation is one of Kusama’s largest to date and is presented alongside Chandelier of Grief. This installation is another blacked out room; however, instead of LED lights a vast and rotating chandelier hovers above. The crystal chandelier pulsates and glimmers, creating a mesmerising but destabilising effect in the eye and mind of whoever beholds it.

Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018
Yayoi Kusama, Chandelier of Grief, 2016/2018

It is no wonder that Kusama’s work is at the top of art lover’s lists this year. A juxtaposition of self-reflection and fantasy, the experience promises to transport you outside of benign reality whilst also grounding you in your senses


Bags: Inside Out | V&A


From the commuter’s rucksack to the lady who lunches Birkin, Bags: Inside Out takes us through centuries of the ultimate accessory.
The earliest bag on display is a purse from the Elizabethan era. It is a perfect example of beautiful, Elizabethan embroidery that is also as trusty and functional as a modern-day bag.

Burse for the Great Seal of England, 1558 – 1603, England. Museum no. T.40-1986. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Also available to view, is the first ever Birkin bag created. On a chance meeting between Jane Birkin and the then Hermès' executive chairman, Jean-Louis Dumas, the first Birkin bag was created on a flight from Paris to London in 1984. Some fashionista’s claim that the Birkin is a better investment than entering the stock market or purchasing gold!



Birkin Bag, 1984.
Birkin Bag, 1984.

NFTism: No Fear In Trying | Unit London

Available for a short time only, Unit London presents NFTism: No Fear in Trying. The exhibition commemorates the launch of Institut, a new NFT platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that is designed to empower contemporary artists in the digital world. It's clear that the art market is changing faster than ever before, and NFTs can help transform the way we view, interact with, and collect digital art.

Kenny Schacter, curator, artist and collector, gathers a diverse group of artists to present their works in this exhibition, both physically and as part of a custom-built virtual exhibition. Visitors to the gallery will be able to view NFT art via digital screens and projections as well as use VR headsets to interact with specific works. In this exhibition, the traditional physical environment of art is married with the rapidly developing digital one. This exhibition is only available to view from 11th to 24th September, and is not one to be missed!

NFT, Still, 2021
NFT, Still, 2021

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