06/04/2022
To Do
Sioned Bryant
The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

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Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

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Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

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06/04/2022
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

https://d37zoqglehb9o7.cloudfront.net/uploads/2021/06/HG_08261-640x640.jpg
Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

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Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

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06/04/2022
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

https://d37zoqglehb9o7.cloudfront.net/uploads/2021/06/HG_08261-640x640.jpg
Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/to_webp,q_glossy,ret_img,w_738,h_675/https:/nowgallery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Joy_2-1-738x675.jpg
Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

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REDEEM YAMOS
06/04/2022
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

https://d37zoqglehb9o7.cloudfront.net/uploads/2021/06/HG_08261-640x640.jpg
Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/to_webp,q_glossy,ret_img,w_738,h_675/https:/nowgallery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Joy_2-1-738x675.jpg
Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

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Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
06/04/2022
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

https://d37zoqglehb9o7.cloudfront.net/uploads/2021/06/HG_08261-640x640.jpg
Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/to_webp,q_glossy,ret_img,w_738,h_675/https:/nowgallery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Joy_2-1-738x675.jpg
Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

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Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/to_webp,q_glossy,ret_img,w_738,h_675/https:/nowgallery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Joy_2-1-738x675.jpg
Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
06/04/2022
To Do
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

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Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

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Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

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Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

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Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

Don’t forget to check in on the gowithYamo app and collect your Yamos!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
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06/04/2022
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The Most-Visited Exhibitions of gowithYamo Users
Last week, gowithYamo users were busily hitting the streets of London and bathing in the diverse, cultural hubbub that our wonderful city has to offer. Here are the top exhibitions visited by our app users last week. 

Sophia Al-Maria: Taraxos | Serpentine Galleries

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Sophia Al-Maria, Taraxos, 2021 Serpentine x Modern Forms Sculpture Commission 21 June 2021 – 24 April 2022 Photo: Hugo Glendinning

Sophie Al-Maria is a Qatari-American artist who lives and works in London and, in this exhibition, she presents her ongoing project inspired by the dandelion. Her work with dandelions has straddled many disciplines, dipping into film, audio and performance, alternating with the celestial calendar. Taking inspiration from the dandelion life cycle, Al-Maria presents a sculpture that is an immersive model and vessel through which to understand and listen to the world. You will find Taraxos in the Serpentine South Gallery, offering itself like an oasis in the centre of Hyde Park – a meditative place to step out of the bustle of the city and take some time for yourself.

Sophie Al-Maria: Taraxos is showing at Serpentine Gallery until 24th April

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Conflict | Edel Assanti

 

Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022
Agata Bogacka, Disagreement 6, 2022. Acrylic on linen, 100cm x 100cm. 

Edel Assanti never fails to find and cultivate some of the most unique and thought-provoking exhibitions by truly amazing artists, and they continue this tradition with Agata Bogacka’s first solo exhibition in the UK. Bogacka’s paintings are characterised by large abstract planes of colour, that are subject to dynamic and harsh contrasting colours, portraying the thresholds between our unique individual experiences and our ever-shifting surroundings. The constant transitions create a tension in the observer, embodying the ever-evolving human experience, full of conflict and negotiation. 

Agata Bogacka: Fields of Courage is showing at Edel Assanti until 30th April

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder | Turner Contemporary

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Larry Achiampong, Wayfinder, 2022. Running time: 83 minutes, 35 seconds.

Larry Achiampong is a British-Ghanaian artist whose work spans moving image, sculpture, installation, photography and painting, currently having his first solo exhibition housed at Turner Contemporary. Wayfinder is a film that follows the journey of a young girl’s intrepid excursion across England, travelling from North to South, immersing herself in the different towns and landscapes and conversing with the different people. The film is an ambitious narrative focusing on class, economy, cultural heritage and the true meaning of ‘home’. 

Whilst April still feels like January, we would definitely recommend grabbing a hot chocolate and settling down to a screening of Wayfinder at Turner Contemporary.

Larry Achiampong: Wayfinder is showing at Turner Contemporary until 19th June

Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas: Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice | Sir John Soane's Museum London

A still from new installation, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice.
Anne-Marie Creamer & Gary Thomas, Dear Friend, I Can No Longer Hear Your Voice. Animate Projects. 

In 1815, Sir John Soane suddenly and tragically lost the love of life, his wife Eliza. It is known that Soane never recovered from her death and preserved her bedchamber, exactly how she had left it, for 19 years. Through the use of photogrammetry, CGI animation and sound, this immersive film seeks to recreate Eliza’s bedchamber, creating a sombre and poignant meditation of love and loss. 

Anne-Marie Creamer: Dear Friend, I can No Longer Hear Your Voice is showing at Sir John Soane's Museum London until 5th June

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good | NOW Gallery 

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Joy Yamusangie, Feeling Good, 2022.

Currently on display at NOW Gallery is Feeling Good by Joy Yamusangie a result of The Young Artist Commission, an initiative that seeks to award rising stars in the art world. Yamusangie’s exhibition is set against the backdrop of a stylish and seductive jazz club and the artist invites you in to unpick the constructs of identity and to celebrate the uniqueness of personal self-expression. The works themselves are daringly colourful, using a wide array of textural materials presenting as collage, painting and sculptural inventions. 

Joy Yamusangie: Feeling Good is showing at NOW Gallery until 5th June

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