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The Frieze London and Frieze Masters art fairs return to Regent’s Park this week after a one-year hiatus. At that time, Londoners had ample room to reflect on what matters most to the city’s rich cultural landscape.

While many surely missed the social energy and market momentum of art fairs during the lockdown, it was also a time to rediscover London’s stellar art institutions and how they contribute to the fabric of our lives. a very different way of the two pop-up tents. in one of the Royal Parks of London.

For that, here’s a roundup of things not to miss in museums this week.

Abbas Akhavan
Chisenhale Gallery
Until October 17

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Abbas Akhavan, reminder, variations on a madness(2021). Installation view, Chisenhale Gallery, London, 2021. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Andy Keate.

In “curtain call, variations on a madness,” Montreal artist Abbas Akhavan continues to explore the potential of chroma key green screen technology, which he associated with his fascination with an ancient building material made of basement, water and straw called ear. For the Chisenhale commission, he filled the gallery with an overflowing green wall, at the top of which he placed cob sculptures reproducing the shapes of a colonnade that once led to the Arch of Palmyra in Syria, including a large one. part was tragically destroyed by ISIS in 2015.

By mixing the endless possibilities offered by the green screen and the dark history of the destruction of the heritage site, the installation is in a way a portal through time and space, and leaves the viewer feeling transported with it.

“Abbas Akhavan: Recall, Variations on Madness” can be viewed at 64 Chisenhale Road London E3 5QZ

Alvaro barrington
South London Gallery
Until November 21

Installation view, “Alvaro Barrington: Spider The Pig; Pig The Spider “at the South London Gallery Photo by Naomi Rea.

Incredibly, this is Alvaro Barrington’s first solo exhibition at a British institution. The star of the market, which is represented by a full eight galleries internationally – is a prolific producer, and his bespoke installation at the South London Gallery responds to the architecture of the space in a way I have never seen before. Entitled “Spider The Pig, Pig The Spider”, the exhibition presents several new bodies of work which, in keeping with Barrington’s practice, play with historical and contemporary cultural references, including a new series of Hermès blankets coated with concrete and suspended like clouds. mixed media paintings and paintings that embrace children’s television character Peppa Pig with pigs from Orwell’s animal farm.

“Alvaro Barrington: Spider The Pig, Pig The Spider” can be viewed at 65-67 Peckham Road London SE5 8UH.

To mix together
Hayward Gallery
Until December 12

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If you want to get a glimpse of today’s contemporary painting landscape, “Mixing It Up” is a must-see. The exhibition brings together the work of 31 contemporary painters, from the emerging Iraqi artist Mohammed Sami, whose poetic paintings trace traumatic memories of the military conflict and the lives of refugees to the striking recent works of Lisa Brice, which evoke the worlds dreamlike images of women painters at work, who ignore the masculine gaze of the history of art that has so often cast them as muses and models.

“Mixing It Up: Painting Today” is presented at Hayward Galley, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX.

Phoebe Collings-James
Camden Art Center
Until December 23

Installation views by Phoebe Collings-James, "A scratch!  A scratch!," at the Camden Art Center, September 10 to December 23, 2021. Photo: Rob Harris.

Installation views from Phoebe Collings-James, “A Scratch! A Scratch! At the Camden Art Center, September 10 – December 23, 2021. Photo: Rob Harris.

London-based artist Phoebe Collings-James presents her first UK institutional solo exhibition titled ‘A Scratch! A scratch ! – after Mercutio’s reaction to being killed by Tybalt in Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet-the expansive exhibit presents a sensory environment of sound and sculpture that, invoking the traditions of mythology, folklore, and queer noir sound, explores themes of grief, sorrow and desire.

New works on display include a group of torso boxes resembling Roman armor plates, multi-panel clay paintings engraved with images, words and phrases, and an audio patchwork of sounds captured on travels dailies in the streets of London echoing out of the water – vases filled. It also includes new poetry recordings generated in Tarot Circles, led by artist and poet Daniella Valz Gen over the past year.

“Phoebe Collings-James: a scratch!” A scratch! “Is visible at the Camden Art Center Arkwright Road London NW3 6DG

Summer exhibition
Royal academy
Until January 2

Gallery see the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021.  Photo: © David Parry / Royal Academy of Arts.

Gallery see the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021. Photo: © David Parry / Royal Academy of Arts.

Anyone can submit their work for consideration for the Royal Academy’s annual summer exhibition, meaning it offers a true bird’s-eye view of the landscape of contemporary art and architecture. . Delayed until the fall of this year due to the pandemic, it features work by leading artists including Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Rose Wylie, as well as many emerging talents. Hanging in the main AR galleries, it’s always a delight and full of discovery, and if you’re in the mood to buy, most of the works are also for sale.

“The Summer Exhibition” is on display at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD

Theater doors
Whitechapel Gallery
Until January 9

Installation view: "Theaster Gates: A Clay Sermon," Whitechapel Gallery, September 29, 2021 - January 9, 2022. Image courtesy of the Whitechapel Gallery.  Photo by Théo Christelis.

Installation view: “Theaster Gates: A Clay Sermon”, Whitechapel Gallery, September 29, 2021 – January 9, 2022. Image courtesy of the Whitechapel Gallery. Photo by Théo Christelis.

His practice as a potter working with clay and his deep religious belief are central to the work of Theaster Gates, who says both of them teach you how to “shape the world.” Fittingly, the Chicago-based artist’s latest outing at the Whitechapel Gallery is titled “A Clay Sermon” and includes work spanning two decades of production, from the first hand-thrown jars to his Afro-Mingei sculptures to large scale. The artist has also selected historical ceramics from public and private collections to display alongside his own, and is launching a new film rich in music that takes the form of a sermon on clay.

The exhibition is also seeping through London with an intervention in the ceramic galleries of the V&A and a simultaneous exhibition at White Cube Mason’s Yard. The project will culminate next summer when the artist assumes the annual commission of the Serpentine Pavilion.

“Theaster Gates: A Clay Sermon” can be viewed at 77-82 Whitechapel High St London E1 7QX

Anicka Yi
Tate Modern
January 16

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This one is a bit of a cheat because, as of this writing, we don’t yet know what the Korean-American concept artist has in store for her installation in Tate Modern’s cavernous Turbine Hall. The institution is notoriously silent about the commission until it is officially unveiled, which will be later today, but we are confident enough to add it to this list. The artist, known for working with microbial and other unconventional materials, cryptically hinted that the new work will be an “aquarium of machines,” and the institution said it would build on on themes on which the artist has focused throughout his career, exploring the links between art and science, and working to activate different senses. We are titillated.

“The Hyundai Commission: Anicka Yi” is on view at Turbine Hall Bankside London SE1 9TG

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On track to Manila

Explore Manila through the LRT-1. Illustration by Ralph Justin Ulep and cover by Jules Vivas

Among the most widely used in the National Capital Region (NCR) public transportation system is the Light Rail Transit (LRT), particularly Line 1, which runs from Roosevelt to Baclaran.

Manila is a cultural hotspot, with heritage sites, world-class museums, holes in the walls and must-see restaurants and art galleries, which is why some consider Manila to be the jewel of Asia.

Sure, the LRT might not be an Orient Express, but it’s the fastest and most convenient way to get around town. In Metro Manila, where roads are always congested, a trip from point A to point B in 10 to 30 minutes or less is rare. Fortunately, there is the LRT-1.

Thanks to COVID-19, the new normal setup allows Manileños to work and study from home. Almost no one goes out. To cap off the recently concluded National Tourism Week, the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) recently released a train ride video that highlights points of interest near Line 1 stations.

LRT-1 ikotMNL virtual tour was hosted by Gilbert Roy Alva, a content producer specializing in animating the hustle and bustle of the metro. He created the visuals through the Cities: Skylines video game. Those familiar with LRT-1 can easily refer to the location catalog while the online travel is a perfect beginner’s guide to visiting Manila for those who are not from the NCR.

The tour begins at Roosevelt, the northernmost end of the First Line. Here SM North Edsa, the first SM supermall and the country’s largest mall in terms of gross floor area, is located. Dubbed a retail and relaxation sanctuary, Ayala Malls TriNoma is also here. Then there is the famous palengke, the Muñoz market. For those who buy wholesale, the S&R branch of Congress is also located here. Finally, near the Quezon Memorial Circle, is Ninoy Aquino Animal Park, a legislated protected area and 22.7 hectare wildlife center.

Ayala Malls Cloverleaf, inside the Clover Leaf Estate in Quezon City, reinvigorates historic Balintawak. Here, one can choose to do more wholesale shopping at the Landers Superstore, or visit another flea market, the Balintawak Market.

Upon entering Caloocan (south), you are greeted by the Yamaha Monumento. Close to the station is the Malabon Zoo, teeming with exotic animals, an aquarium and a botanical garden. The Andres Bonifacio National Monument, also known as the “Cry of Pugad Lawin” monument designed by national artist Guillermo Tolentino, is also nearby, as is the future SM City Grand Central.

Not much to do near Fifth Avenue station, but it should be noted that there is a Jollibee directly below. You can never go wrong with one of the country’s greatest fast food restaurants which has also become a Filipino landmark in over 270 locations outside of the Philippines like Bahrain, Canada, Hong Kong, in Italy, Malaysia, Qatar. , Saudi Arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam.

In the very heart of Manila City are unique food establishments, classics that have stood the test of time for good reason. Near the R. Papa station is the D’Original Palabokan sa Obrero, where you can get an authentic palabok.

You don’t have to go to Cebu for a delicious lechon. Disembark at Abad Santos station to go to Lechon La Loma ni Aling Nelia, Munchies Lechon, Mila’s Lechon, among others. A short walk from here and you will reach Manila Chinese Cemetery, but you can also get off at R. Papa station to find a way to enter the cemetery. A little further along the extension of Rizal Avenue from Abad Santos station is a row of affordable furniture stores.

DOOR TO FRIENDSHIP Binondo Chinatown’s New Arch (Daryll One)

Another rail terminal is located at Blumentritt station, namely Philippine National Railways or PNR. If you plan to go to the provinces, this is where you change lanes.

Close to Tayuman Station is the Dapitan Market, where you can get the best deals on home decorations and ornaments, Dangwa Flower Market for your floral needs, and the main office of the Ministry of Health ( DOH).

The oldest university in the country, the University of Santo Tomas (UST), is accessible from Bambang Station. This is also where you can buy inexpensive medical supplies.

From Doroteo Jose Station, you are a short walk from Manila’s shopping paradise, the Divisoria Mall. The University Belt or U-Belt is also here with the Line Two interchange, which runs from Recto to Santolan.

STOP AND FEEL THE FLOWERS Dangwa, the flower center of Manila

Or stay one station longer and get off at Carriedo to visit Chinatown in Binondo, the center of commerce and commerce of Manila, where Filipino-Chinese thrive. Let your Chinese cravings whisk you to specialty shops and restaurants, such as the original Ma Mon Luk, Sincerity Restaurant, David’s Tea House, Wai Ying, and Eng Bee Tin flagship store.

As for historical monuments, the Minor Basilica and National Shrine of Saint Lorenzo Ruiz aka Binondo Church, Plaza Lacson, and the New Chinatown Arch, famous as the largest Chinatown arch in the world, can be accessed via Carriedo . SM Quiapo, the first SM store, is also close to the station.

A highlight of the visit, the heart of Manila, Intramuros, is a stone’s throw from the central terminal. The Walled City is the most historic and visited area of ​​Manila. You have Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church, Manila Minor Basilica and Cathedral, Casa Manila, Baluarte de San Diego, Bahay Tsinoy, Plaza Roma, Aduana Building, and much more. Across from Intramuros, closer to LRT-1, is Manila City Hall with its historic clock tower, Liwasang Bonifacio, and the recently renovated Metropolitan Theater (MET).

CONFINS OF HISTORY Facade of Fort Santiago in Intramuros

Off United Nations Avenue or the United Nations Station, you will find the Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) and the Normal University of the Philippines (PNU). From here Rizal Park, the National Museum Complex and the National Planetarium are a short walk away. Take a stroll down Finance Avenue and marvel at the graffiti on the street walls that stretch from Taft Avenue to San Marcelino. Speaking of graffiti, you have to take a look at the 20-meter-high, street art-clad underpass columns of the Nagtahan Bridge, which you can see on another LRT system, the LRT-2, between stations. Pureza and Legarda.

“Through this video, we want to promote the value of the LRT-1 network, how it connects people to life-significant destinations and brings them to those places in comfort.”

Pedro Gil, Malate, meanwhile, is home to the University of the Philippines (UP) Manila, the Philippine General Hospital (PGH), and a few bars. Not far from the bustling and down-to-earth area is Manila Bay, where one can watch the world famous Manila sunset.

PICTURE DAYBREAK Sunset over Manila Bay (Manny Llanes)

Pass by Manila Zoo or Plaza Rajah Sulayman Public Square, or Manila’s bohemian nightlife hub, Remedios Circle, Nakpil Street, Adriatico Street in Malate, from Quirino Station.

Vito Cruz station overlooks De La Salle University (DLSU). It is near the College of Saint Benilde (CSB), Rizal Memorial Stadium, where the big local football tournaments are held, the Zero Point of Theater and the Arts, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas overlooking Manila Bay, the Manila Yacht Club, the Metropolitan Museum and the Coconut Palace.

Gil Puyat station brings you close to the Upside Down Museum, the Buendia food court, the World Trade Center and various bus terminals for trips into the provinces.

UNLIMITED SPORTS Rizal Memorial Stadium

The market of many wonders, the Cartimar Shopping Center, is located just below the Libertad Station, which is also close to Dampa sa Pasay, Cuneta Astrodome and Pasay Town Hall.

A short drive from EDSA station is the Mall of Asia, Conrad Manila, Solaire Resort and Solaire Theater and the Philippine Senate. Line 3 of the MRT is also there.

The last stop, the south end of LRT-1, is Baclaran. Baclaran Shopping Center and Baclaran Church are a few blocks away. On the other hand, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport is a drive from here. This station will soon connect to the new stations added in the Cavite expansion project.

“Our ikotMNL tourism campaign aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, in particular Goal 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth, showing the importance of building back better, especially after this pandemic. Through this video, we want to promote the value of the LRT-1 network, how it connects people to life-important destinations and brings them to those places in comfort, ”said Jacqueline Gorospe, Head of Corporate Communications and LRMC customer relations. “We have our mobile application, also called ikotMNL, to provide our commuters with better information about LRT-1 train routes, destinations and operations. “

With the strict implementation of health and safety protocols, LRMC ensures that LRT-1 passengers can have peace of mind on the train.

Follow LRMC on Facebook at facebook.com/officialLRT1, Twitter at @ officialLRT1, or download the free ikotMNL mobile app from Google Play and App Store.


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