After checking out Lisson gallery, my new friend Barbara and I went to see American artist Ida Applebroog´s exhibit at Hauser & Wirth in Saville Row. We were still high from meeting Angela de la Cruz and needed something as intense. This was my second time to see the Ida´s exhibit. It´s just one of those works you need to see again to have a grasp of what the artist is trying to convey in her works. The exhibit is a conglomeration of Ida´s career for the past 50 years.
The Marginalia series was sprawled all over the main gallery room. Just like Angela de la Cruz whose paintings have broken the realm of sculpture, Ida Applebroog´s paintings have propelled them into the dimension of room-sized installations. Read More »
Momardi was officially launched last 8th of April. Many thanks for the wonderful messages I got from friends and especially from my father who has been urging me to write more about third-world sentiments, as a girl who grew up in a developing nation and now making her way here in London. I want to be as honest as I can in this blog and I hope to write more about where I came from and how I got here.
So many things happened over the weekend. Pach and I fell off our bike but still happy after watching the Swan Lake Ice featuring the Imperial Stars - a group of ice skating champions from Russia. We loved the ride at Clapham Common and thinking of eventually moving there. And tonight, as the main dish of our official launch, Read More »