A cultural overview of current and upcoming happenings & must-sees, giving an insight in the YS weekly inspirations!
This week the YS team visited the 2017 Makers House by Burberry in collaboration with the Henry Moore Foundation.
Burberry is known for celebrating British talent and pays tribute to some of the nation's greatest creatives. This year's Burberry Makers house 2017 puts never-before-seen pieces by Henry Moore on display. Henry Moore has always inspired Christopher Bailey, the chief creative and executive offer of Burberry. Growing up in Yorkshire, Bailey would often visit the nearby Henry Moore sculpture park.
"It was the most magnificent space filled with different sculptures, and Henry Moore was a dominant figure amongst them. As I was working on this collection, I started to explore more sculptural shapes, which just immediately took me to my childhood passion." - Christopher Bailey
Inspiring this years collecting through its shapes, forms and constructions, Makers house also includes an exhibition of Henry Moore's work over two floors, including 40 sculptures and private works, sketchbooks, maquettes and more.
The Burberry Makers house will also include various workshops, events, printmaking demonstrations. It will run from February 21 to 27. For more information visit the website here.
Other exhibitions worth visiting this week are...
Eduardo Paolozzi at Whitechapel Gallery
Until 14 May
Eduardo Paolozzi was one of the most innovative artists of the 20th century and considered the 'godfather of Pop Art'. The exhibition at Whitechapel gallery is a retrospective, featuring over 250 works, showcasing collages, sculptures, textiles and prints. For more information visit the website here.
Wolfgang Tillmans at Tate Modern
Until 11 June
Wolfgang Tillmans first exhibition at Tate Modern, showcasing his photographs, video's and multimedia projects. His work is represented in an immersive installation including live events which explore the capabilities of the sound system and acoustic qualities of the space. For more information visit the website here.