Category Archives: Hoxton

REVIEW: Ryan Gander’s ‘Locked Room Scenario’

‘Listen, tell him everyone gets to lock their own room.’ – Mary Aurory There’s a warehouse in Hoxton with an exhibition in it. Not the one made of stuffed fox-heads, or the one in which the old masters are recreated … Continue reading

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Peaches & Cream: photography

A couple inhabit a bed together, but seem a world apart. A perfectly filled glass of milk sits atop its overspill. A girl holds her head under the water. Millennium Images, a photography agency based in Hackney, opened Peaches & … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Lucy Wood’s ‘Lampedusa’ at Payne Shurvell

This article was published by FAULT Magazine. Lampedusa is the latest in Lucy Wood’s series, Distant Neighbours: it is a show about migration, finding grand narratives in the lives of ordinary people. Lampedusa is a tiny Italian island off the … Continue reading

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