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The Design Museum shows its true colours

Monochrome lovers, look away now. Until 24th September, our friends at The Design Museum are playing host to industrial designer Hella Jongerius and her spectacular ‘Breathing Colour’ exhibition. Acclaimed Dutch designer Jongerius offers up an installation-based exhibition that takes a deeper look at the way colour behaves, exploring shapes, materials, shadows and reflections. The glory of imperfection… read more

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The Future is Goddess with Michela Martello

Italian-born and Brooklyn-based artist, Michela Martello, dipped her paintbrush in Farrow & Ball paint to create life-sized murals at New York’s Pen + Brush Gallery – an organisation that promotes gender equality by supporting emerging female artists. In Future is Goddess, Martello’s blend of strength and softness, of domesticity and demolition, took a stand against the anxieties… read more

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The palette of Bloomsbury Group icon Vanessa Bell

London’s first purpose-built art gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery marks its bicentenary this year with an inspiring programme of exhibitions, starting with the first major exhibition of modernist painter Vanessa Bell. A key figure in the Boomsbury Group – along with her younger sister Virginia Woolf – Bell worked in paintings, ceramics, fabrics and photography and was… read more

Sir John Soane
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5 decorating lessons from the Sir John Soane Museum

One of London’s most astounding houses has to be the Sir John Soane Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Between 1792 and 1824 the renowned neo-classical architect rebuilt three neighbouring Georgian townhouses to create a home for his impressive personal collection. On his death the house was preserved by a Private Act of Parliament and today… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist