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Architecture Student Success into Bartlett, UCL

Fantastic news from one of our 24 Week Portfolio Preparation students, who has been accepted to study her BSc Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL! Join London Art Portfolio for a bespoke programme to support you with your […]

London Festival of Architecture

The annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is a month-long, citywide celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice. This festival will take place at venues across the capital from 1st–30th June, following this year’s theme of ‘Community’. For more information […]

Current must see exhibitions

No matter if you live in London, currently study here or are just here for vacation -we believe it is always lovely to enrich yourself with some great exhibition. Have a look at our selection of current exhibitions and feel […]

Contemporary Japanese Photobooks

A rich and varied book culture dominates production and distribution of photography in Japan, and this exhibition proposes that Japanese photography is best understood through its publications. These books are not easily categorised, as their content, format and design values […]

Architect of the Imagination

Churches form the iconic skyline London is famous for. Great British baroque architect Nicholas Hawksmoor designed many of the greatest churches in London, they were some of the most innovative building designs of his time. The Architect of the Imagination exhibition justaposes […]

Specialist Bookshops for you

Following our post about art and design book store Magma, we would like to introduce you to three more! These are all specialists bookshops which caught our eye! The Vintage Magazine Shop You will find collectable publications from The Picture Post […]

When sports meet art

Twelve major artists including Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Gary Hume, Bridget Riley and Fiona Banner will be flying the Brit-art flag with their designs for the official Olympic and Paralympic posters for the London 2012 games. This will be followed by free […]

Meltdown Chairs

Tom Price’s chairs involve a ‘heating and pressing’ method onto various materials/objects from clothes, rope and plumbing tubes.  Have a browse on his website for more of these quirky chairs, as well as other obscure sculptural objects he’s created. www.tom-price.com […]

Transit Chairs & BroadWay Armchair

This are just two (small) examples of Boris Bally vast creations. This guy recycles street signs, found materials and even weapon parts into useful objects (as well as installations and experiments) by human hand! Listing them would be silly, when […]

Bookshops

Waterstones This place is great for any kind of book you’re looking for; some Waterstones around London have a coffee shop within it, so a nice place to sit and read amongst other book lovers! www.waterstones.com _____________________________ Borders Just like […]