Posted on 10th July 2018 by Prisca Ntumba
Somewhere In Between
Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road – Ends 27th Aug
You can only imagine the wildness that comes with mixing art and science and this exhibition definitely explores that. It’s basically another instance of art being used to open us up to a deeper perspective of the important things we think of lightly.
Getty Images Gallery, 46 Eastcastle Street - Ends 4th Aug
Taking it back to the 1982-93 New York Hip-Hop scene. So b-boys, graffiti, and music. The room will basically have all the inspo you need for and old skool hip-hop party. Just don’t expect any of the artists there or performances of any sort. It’s more about nostalgic vibes and seeing images you might not have seen on the web yet.
JAMES OSTRER: Johnny Just Came
Gazelli Art House, 39 Dover Street – Ends 22nd Jul
Very Black Mirror meets Psycho vibes. Explores themes around everything that is wrong with humans. The seven deadly sins basically. This one is one of those that are a reflection of the artists thoughts and reality, but will have you looking in the mirror.
Windrush: Songs in a Strange Land
British Library, Euston – Ends 21st Oct
Go back in time all the way to 1948 and see how the Windrush story is much more than the way it’s briefly or rarely spoken about. This exhibition explores why they came, what they left behind and how much it has shaped Britain.
Written by Prisca Ntumba
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