Departure, 3rd September – 5th October
The first UK solo exhibition of renowned Spanish and Latin American artist Xavier Mascaró will feature a range of sculptural works showcasing his adventurous experimentation with traditional casting techniques.
The Times Newsmuseum, 8th – 20th September
Discover the secrets behind delivering daily news stories since 1785 (including trusty carrier pigeons) and explore journalists’ tools of the trade from notepads to satphones in this exhibition featuring artefacts and documents from The Times Archive.
‘Second Floor’, The private apartment of Mademoiselle Chanel, 12th September – 4th October
Sam Taylor-Johnson’s photographic exhibition ‘Second Floor’, will feature a series of 34 photographs capturing the private rooms of Mademoiselle Chanel at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris.
Starting from the hallowed mirrored staircase leading up to the apartment, the Turner Prize nominee has captured this intimate world, artfully immortalizing objects and furniture that were so treasured by Mademoiselle Chanel. The photographs illustrate the numbers, patterns, colours and emblematic animals that are synonymous with Mademoiselle Chanel’s creative vocabulary.
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