This is a cultural overview of the most inspiring things to see, do and read this week. Enjoy!
Inspiring blog: Where they create
'Where They Create' is a visual documentation of creative environments of artists & creatives captured by Paul Barbera during his travels. In each space he looks for the most hidden things, and captures details of personal stories and artistic processes.
To see more creative environments visit the blog here.
Tate Modern: Alexander Calder, Performing Sculpture
11 November - 3 April 2016
Alexander Calder is an American sculptor, who is known for his kinetic installations, bringing movement to static objects. The term mobiles was invented by Marcel Duchamp to describe the creations made by Calder.
The exhibition will reveal how motion, performance and theatre underpinned his practice and will bring his big and famous pieces like the Black Widow (of four meters tall) to the UK.
For more information visit the Tate Modern Website.
New opening: Kioskafe by Monocle
31 Norfolk Pl, London - near Paddington station
A new project from the founders of Monocle, both newsstand and coffee bar just launched in London's Paddington. The Kioskafé focusses on busy travelers, magazine fans and lovers of roasted coffee. The space celebrates print, as a response to the shrinking news trade. Besides newspapers and magazines the Kioskafé serves Allpress coffee stocks essentials for those out on the road: toothpaste, Swiss undies, a spritz of cologne and good hair wax, among other things.
For more information visit the Kioskafe website.
Talk: Grafik x Monotype present Letterform: Cycling
November will be a month all about cycling. The Design Museum will open its Cycle Revolution exhibition at the end of the month and Grafik x Monotype: Letterform are hosting a talk around the topic. Tickets for this talk are available now!