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London Design Festival: Nude Religion – Anna Burns Object and Hayden Kays

SEEN always enjoys the London Design Festival. It’s a dazzling array of design collaborations, proving that the UK is a go-to destination for design students, studios and collectors. This year, spatial designer Anna Burns and acclaimed artist Hayden Kays are collaborating on a provocative new collection – “Nude Religion” – celebrating love, sex, worship and …

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A Day for Amy at Camden Market

SEEN was pleased to hear that as part of Camden Is Music, an on-going month of music at the Market, “A Day For Amy” will be a commemorative, community-based celebration of Amy’s life and legacy tomorrow on Saturday, closest to the late singer’s birthday and anniversary of the Foundation’s founding. The afternoon will feature live …

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Mark Fernyhough: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

The mercurial (and presumably insomniac) polymath Mark Fernyhough is set to support Suede again soon in Berlin. The musician/visual artist is based between London and Berlin. Mark’s songs have been featured on BBC Radio & have received heavy rotation on major German stations. He has joined David Bowie’s guitarist Gerry Leonard onstage & opened for …

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Isabel: a Mayfair Idyll during London Fashion Week

If you’re doing London Fashion Week, you need to eat healthily and well if you’re going to stay the distance, in SEEN’s opinion. So we were delighted to learn about Isabel. And it really is idyllic – check out the fabulous lighting in the Dragon Room above… Whether you’re going to the shows or simply …

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After the Explosion, before the Collapse: Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro, Mayfair

SEEN very much admired Conrad Shawcross’s fabulous and profound sculpture that was part of last year’s Barbican exhibition on science-fiction, so we were pleased to hear that he’s back with a new exhibition starting 13th September. Victoria Miro is delighted to announce an exhibition of new works by Conrad Shawcross. After the Explosion, Before the …