Art in the age of Lockdown

Museums and art galleries have been closed since the start of lockdown on at the end of March. They were allowed to open from the 4th July. Some s did open straight away (the National Gallery reopened on the 8th July) but the larger London galleries started to reopen from the 25th July on wards … Continue reading Art in the age of Lockdown

Art in Beijing

I was recently introduced to District 798 in Beijing, a small hideaway paradise for art lovers or anyone wanting to escape the madness of tourist Beijing. Established in 2002 it comprises of 50 year old, decommissioned military factory buildings boasting a unique architectural style. It began with artists and cultural organisations dividing up, renting out and … Continue reading Art in Beijing