Back on track and……Last Chance to see in London (Contemporary Art Gallery-wise)
It’s time to get things back on track and resume my blogging work activity at last!
I took a long though just temporary break from the recording of landmark events and cultural facts as the last two months have been busy and slow at the same time: the turning of the year as well as the need of a reassessment of the Blog’s vision, have forced me to take a little pause and rethink the long-term objectives.
The overall aim remains unaltered: a very personal selection of both main stream and emerging events revealing the vibrant art scene in London, while keeping an eye on Florence, my home town.
Stay tuned then for more firsthand news!
Meanwhile here you have a couple of suggestions about some unmissable contemporary art exhibitions that will be closing soon.
Until Feb 17th 2012
South London Gallery – 65 Peckham Rd London, SE5 8UH http://www.southlondongallery.org/
Lygia Pape Magnetized Space
Until Feb 19th 2012
Serpentine Gallery – Kensington Gardens London, W2 3XA www.serpentinegallery.org
Damien Hirst: The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011
Until Feb 18th 2012
Gagosian Gallery – 6-24 Britannia Street London, WC1X2 9JD www.gagosian.com