WOMEN, New Portraits- Annie Leibovitz

When its all said and done, Annie Leibovitz will go down in history as one of the greatest visionary of our time. Without question, she would deserve this honour because for years to come we will marvel at her body of work. Her photographs capture the soul, the essence of a person, her subject whether animate…

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Short stops London- Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn, a lady of mystique, the woman we all think we knew, but never really quite.   The National Portrait Gallery has an exhibition of photos of Ms Hepburn from personal archives and family collections of her sons. The 35 strong collections gives us classic Audrey, snippets of her childhood, and a background to different stages…

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Tim Walker @ Somerset House

I saw the Tim Walker exhibition when it was on at Somerset House, its no longer showing, but this was sitting in my drafts so I thought I’d share it. It was an exhibition of the most extraordinary things and a life size dolly. A vision through his lens, fashion, lifestyle, art, quirky stuff, bugs,…

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See- Somerset House. Valentino Master of Couture.

I’ve just rekindled my romance with Somerset House, the hallowed grounds of London Fashion Week. It’s one of the most beautiful places in London with its vast grounds and nooks and crannies of intertwining buildings and the very large bare square where the tents will be erected for the fashion week onslaught. Somerset house is…

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See- Life is Beautiful by Mr Brainwash

Thierry Guetta is no stranger to controversy. His ascent to artist status for one, has been called into question considering he has no real artistic background as it were, whatever that is. Some argue if he is the ever elusive Banksy even. All that aside, his first European exhibition; Life is Beautiful, held in London…

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