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Edited by: Eugenia Gotti –Architecture editor- eugenia.gotti@positive.magazine.com Where: London Architecture: Shard Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Adamson Associates London Bridge Tower also known as the Shard is Europe’s tallest building (306 m) whit 87 floors of which 72 are ...

Tate Modern. 28 June – 14 October 2012 Not content with offering a straight retrospective of the 19th century Norwegian, symbolist painter, the Tate Modern has opened Edvard Munch: The Modern eye. It’s aim seems to seek awareness of Munch ...

Josiah McElheny entitled his exhibition, which is currently hosted at the Whitechapel Gallery in London as a part of the Bloomberg Commission, The Past Was A Mirage I'd Left Far Behind.

Edited by: Eugenia Gotti eugenia.gotti@positive-magazine.com Where: London Artworks: London Festival of Architecture www.lfa2012.org Curated by RIBA London, the Architecture Foundation, New London Architecture and the British Council, LFA2012 takes place over three weekends across three London hubs: , City of ...

Edited by : Eugenia Gotti eugenia.gotti@positive-magazine.com Where: London AA School www.aaschool.ac.uk Artworks: AA’s students 2011-2012 Yesterday, June 22, in the AA’s main building and in Bedford Square garden, London, there was the opening of the AA Projects Review exhibition (June ...

Friday, June 1, following a five-week construction process, the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion designed by Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei was opened to the public. It is the latest of the 12 temoporary summer pavilions sanctionated by the Serpentine ...

“Insensitive to the traumatic or seemingly romantic, each piece uses the symbols of drama to falsely suggest an honest experience. The stages that are set assist in establishing a distance between the viewer and the vaudevillian.”

The Saatchi Gallery is one of the most interesting venues in London for contemporary art lovers. The current exhibition is entitled Out of Focus: Photography, and it will last until the 22nd of July 2012. It is a survey of ...

Zed Nelson is a British photographer, and the exhibition A tale of two cities is focused not only in one city, London, but also in a precise area of London, Hackney. Under the same postcode, two different cities seem to ...

The installation consists in transforming the walls of the hydraulic power station in a canvas projection of live paintings from the series Brueguel Suite, Blood of a poet, DiVinities and Dog Field.