Happy New Year.
It feels like only yesterday I was saying that at the start of 2015 - last year flew by for us and our poor blog was (once again) left unloved for far too long but I promise this year will be different.
For starters, here are two exhibitions in London right now that are guaranteed to bring a little happiness to you in this dreary month;
"Whaaam! Pop! Kapow! This is pop art, but not as you know it."
The Tate Modern is showcasing lesser-known international artists from the pop-art movement in the 1960s and 70s, exhibiting together more than 200 works from Latin America, the Middle East and Europe. Previously considered a western phenomenon, the exhibition demonstrates just how far globally this bright and bold movement spread and how it became a, "subversive international language of protest".
Showing until 24 January 2016 on Level 3 at Tate Modern, London.
Design icon alert! Over 380 "personal letters, photographs, drawings and artwork, products, models, multi-media installations and furniture", exhibits by Charles and Ray Eames are currently showing at the Barbican. The World of Charles and Ray Eames explores over 40 years of their pioneering and often experimental work, looking at their collaborators and their influences on 20th century architecture and design.
Showing until 14 February 2016 at The Barbican Gallery, London.
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