A cultural overview of current and upcoming happenings & must-sees, giving an insight in the YS weekly inspirations.
Vanilla & Concrete
9 November - 19 June 2016
Vanilla and Concrete is an exhibition about the meaning of the everyday, including artists Marie Lund, Rallou Panagoitou and Mary Ramsden. Marie Lund is inspired by the human impact on common spaces and objects. Her work will challenge the way in which they are perceived. Rallou Panagoitou focusses on non-essential luxury items and investigates how they define and express the individual. Mary Ramsden explores the digital screens and questions how paintings work in the digital world.
Southbank Centre: Archive Studio
The Southbank Centre has a new archive space that reflects the building's heritage. Based in the foyer of the Royal Festival hall, the space consists archive material, a public library and a classroom. The aim is to make the archive more visible, open and accessible and encourage public engagement.
Talk: Home is elsewhere, 50 years around the world by bike
Part of the Cycling Revolution exhibition, the Design Museum hosts a talk by Heinz Stucke. He is a German long-distance touring cyclist travelling more than 648,000 kilometres by bike. He visited 196 countries, got 21 passports and took over 100.000 pictures. Explore about Heinz vision on 'home is elsewhere' in a conversation with Heinz Stucke.
London Illustration Fair
4 - 6 December
Bargehouse, OXO tower wharf, Southbank
The London Illustration fair brings together emerging illustrators and their fans in a fair about illustration, print and graphic design. Camille Walala will display her newest prints and some of her classics and Thierry Noir will bring his iconic, bright and amusing figures in a three-dimensional installation. There will be artist talks, immersive installations and workshops.