21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


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ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


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 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


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21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


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ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


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 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


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ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


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 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


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ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


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 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


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ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


A mannequin in a suitDescription automatically generated with low confidence
 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


A group of pictures on a wallDescription automatically generated with low confidence
ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


A mannequin in a suitDescription automatically generated with low confidence
 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


A group of pictures on a wallDescription automatically generated with low confidence
ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


A mannequin in a suitDescription automatically generated with low confidence
 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

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Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


A group of pictures on a wallDescription automatically generated with low confidence
ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


A mannequin in a suitDescription automatically generated with low confidence
 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

A picture containing text, indoorDescription automatically generated
Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/01/2022
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
New Year Gallery Trail
Complete our new Gallery Trail now!

It's January and officially the start of a new year, with all the unknown expectations that brings. It’s also a year full of change and art to look forward to; with COVID restrictions dying down, now is the perfect time to fulfil new year’s resolutions and see some quality art in the year ahead. To help with this, we’re happy to present the latest gowithYamo gallery trail, showcasing some of the most exciting exhibitions currently showing in London! This trail is also available on the gowithYamo app, so download it now and check-in to all the galleries to get a reward! Please remember to check opening times of each gallery and museum in advance and note that you may need to book a paid ticket for entry.

On Hannah Arendt: Truth and Politics, Richard Saltoun Gallery

Running until 5th February 2022


Considering the ‘post-truth’ landscape we find ourselves living in from the Partygate scandal to Covid measures, truth is so often intertwined with politics and technology that it can sometimes be hard to distinguish fact from reality. Standing as a sobering reminder to keep the mind sharp and carefully filter what we listen to, Truth and Politics is part of 12-month programme dedicated to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, with the title taken out of the chapter of her book Between Past and Future.


A group of pictures on a wallDescription automatically generated with low confidence
ULAY, Black Judges (from the series Can’t Beat the Feeling – Long Playing Record), Richard Saulton Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska



Marcus Jansen: Victims and Victors, Almine Rech Gallery

Running until 19th February 2022


This is Jansen’s second exhibition with London’s Almine Rech gallery, with the paintings on display dealing with trauma and the difficulties of depicting conflict. Unlike the large scale historical paintings often found in museums and galleries, the sense of abstraction and merging of different forms makes it hard to focus on anything specific, reflecting the difficulty victims of trauma often have in recollecting details of their traumatic incident(s).


A mannequin in a suitDescription automatically generated with low confidence
 Marcus Jansen, Almine Rech Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska

         


Cork Street Attack: Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery

Running until 25th February 2022


The exhibition takes for its theme the anti-establishment protest that happened on 21st May 1985. The Cork Street art galleries were splashed with grey paint by post punk art collective Grey Organisation. Since the introduction of the new policing bill and the recent protests it has sparked, the exhibition is a timely reminder of art’s place in giving voice to the historically voiceless, and the importance of considering those outside of society’s mainstream. 

A picture containing text, indoorDescription automatically generated
Grey Organisation, The Mayor Gallery, photo: Hana Krkoska


Glen Baxter: Inexplicably Vermillion, Flowers Galley (Cork Street)

Running until 19th February 2022



For any fans of comic books and internet memes, which have become a staple of online humour, this exhibition by Glen Baxter will be a treat. Using ink and crayons on paper to combine images with witty text, it creates a visual narrative that is interesting to read and look at. With deadpan delivery and absurdist humour, this exhibition serves as an entertaining treat for art-lovers.

Glen Baxter, Flowers Gallery

Complete the Gallery Trail now for an additional 100 points on the gowithYamo app!


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