New superflat series of paintings and sculptures from art superstar Takashi Murakami are on display at Gagosian’s Britannia street gallery through August 5. If you haven’t been yet, add it to the must-see London list, together with the previously mentioned Charming Baker & Matthew Day Jackson.
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In the not-to-miss category is definitely also Matthew Day Jackson’s solo at Houser & Wirth which presents major body of Jackson’s new works across both gallery spaces.
(Photo of Food Golem by MDJ, taken by Peter Mallet for Hauser & Wirth)
Title of this post should actually be “Everyone Must Go to London before The End of This Month”, so as not to miss three fantastic shows, all closing in one week’s time.
(Photo: Charming Baker’s painting I Hope Life’s Not A Joke Because I Don’t Find It Funny, taken by Patrick Nguyen for Arrested Motion)
The weather was great for the Mousse Sunday party @ Leon Lepage street in Brussels, organized by several local stores, such as Mapp, Cafe Costume and the Harlan Levey gallery.
At Harlan, a new show opened by the Rotterdam street art legend Jeroen Jongeleen aka Influenza. Jeroen’s presence can be seen and felt inside as well as outside the gallery – just watch the trees!
In the gallery you can also see works by two other Rotterdam-based artists, Abner Preis and Stefan Gross.
Don’t forget to drop by!