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Exhibitions Not To Miss - Summer 2017

Visiting Galleries and exhibitions is an integral part of being in the design industry. The majority of the time tastes and trends trickle down from the visual arts into all aspects of design from fashion to graphics and most importantly for us, to interiors design.

Below we have listed some of the exhibitions we are looking forward to visiting over the next few months in London.


Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius at The Design Museum

On now until the 24th September

There isn’t much about colour that Dutch Designer Hella Jongerius doesn’t already know or won’t discover in the future. In this exhibition for The Design Museum, Jongerius has divided the space into three sections and manipulated the light in each to show morning, noon and night. She has then used these spaces to show us that rather than simply viewing the world in colour we should be looking at how colour shapes what we see.

Colour in interior design is something that we as a company are particularly passionate about and it’s an important element in all of our schemes. This exhibition looks like a great education on how we can use colour in new and exciting ways and how we can explore what colour actually means in an interior space.


Jerwood Makers Open at Jerwood Space London

On now until the 27th August

Jerwood Space is always a great port of call for new and emerging artists. Their biennial Makers Open provides a significant platform for exciting new artists who are at the very start of their careers.

Whilst all of the artists featured in the 2017 exhibition are worth seeing and incredibly talented, Juli Bolanos-Durman’s caught our eyes with her stunning glass installation. 


The Summer Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts

On now until the 20th August

Last but of course, not least is the summer exhibition at the RA. If you can only make one exhibition this year then let it be this one. One year off being in its 250th year this corner stone of the art scene expertly collates 1,200 works of art across 14 rooms. A feet in its self but it also continues to seamlessly intertwine pieces by not only established artists with those lesser known but also though the range in medium.  You will see a vast array of everything from sculptures, to paintings dramatically varying in size to immersive media installations.

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