19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

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19/11/2021
Art Trail
Hana Krkoska
Walking Gallery Trail
Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever.

Winter has finally come and the art scene in London is as lively as ever. From contemporary art to modern and old master exhibitions, there is plenty to choose from. This trail will bring a selection of exhibitions happening now in London. Also, in the light of climate change and COP26, we recommend that you complete this trail by taking a stroll through the city or on your bike. The trail is also available on our app, download it now and check-in to all the galleries before 30th November 2021 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.

First Stop

Waste Age: What can Design Do? | The Design Museum

Open until 20th February 2022

This exhibition is a serious eye-opener for everyone living today in a consumer society. From discarded plastics to statistics about waste to various ways in which waste is being tackled to inspiring proposals for the future, this exhibition is certain to provoke thoughts on how we live our daily lives. Please note this is a paid exhibition and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Installation view, The Design Museum, photo: Hana Krkoska

Second Stop

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind | Serpentine Gallery

Open until 30th January 2022

This exhibition of paintings by Hervé Télémaque, who uses narrative figuration to tell stories, has plenty to explore. From references to comic books (Hergé’s Tintin) to use of everyday objects to bringing together sculptural and collage elements, this exhibition is a must see.

Hervé Télémaque Portrait de Famille, 1962-63 Oil on canvas 195.3 x 260.3 cm Photograph: Fondation Gandur pour l’Art, Genève / André Morin ©

Third Stop

Nine Nights: Channel B | ICA (Institute for Contemporary Art)

Open until 30th January 2022

ICA’s new exhibition, Nine Nights: Channel B, has sound and video installations by the group’s founding artists Gaika, GLOR1A and Shannen SP. The exhibition has accompanying events titled New Syntax, taking place on Friday 17 December 2021 and 28 January 2022. Nine Nights artist group started working in May 2020 as a response to racial inequalities within the global music industry and in order to open new modes of artistic expression. The group has one main purpose – to support Black culture. The exhibition explores the impact of technology on creative industries and life in general, so it is definitely worth exploring at length. Please check the website for more information about tickets and programmes.

Installation shot, ICA, photo: Hana Krkoska

Fourth Stop

Helen Levitt: In the Street | The Photographers’ Gallery

Open until 13th February 2022

The Photographers’ Gallery, a hidden gem in the busy Oxford Street, has always had plenty to offer for art enthusiasts, with this year being no exception to the rule. Spanning fifty years,  this display of Helen Levitt’s New York photography highlights her status as one of the most influential street photographer of all time. The images of streets and children playing from the 1930s to the 1990s perfectly embody her desire to document the everyday of local communities such as the Lower East Side, Bronx, and Spanish Harlem.

Also, don’t miss Light Years: The Photographers’ Gallery at 50, and Helen Cammock: Concrete Feathers and Porcelain Tracks, both taking place elsewhere in the gallery

Helen Levitt New York, 1940 © Film Documents LLC Courtesy Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne

Why not kick on your walking boots and try for yourself? Each gallery visit earns you 30 Yamos, and if you complete the trail, you will be rewarded an extra 50!

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