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Viewing Superblue London

Flooding Instagram feeds across London is Superblue’s latest immersive installation by artist duo A.A. Murakami. Created specifically for the gallery’s new digs in Burlington Gardens, Silent Fall prompts us to contemplate nature and our relationship to it. As you meander around the dark, mirrored room, you’ll encounter artificial, bone-white trees dripping smoke-filled bubbles which you can touch, pop and blow. (Thanks to the mirrors and lighting, which morphs from white to red, the effect is infinite.)

As each bubble bursts, forest-like aromas such as moss, rain and pine are released. Though critics have panned the venture, with many struggling to see its conceptual links to nature, it’s a fun, multi-sensory experience worth investigating if you’re in or around Mayfair.

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11 October 2021
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Viewing Nicola Tyson: Holding Pattern

The Wick - Mark Rothko, 'Untitled', 1968. Copyright © 2020 by Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko. Courtesy Pace Gallery.
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Viewing Mark Rothko: 1968: Clearing Away

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Viewing Anicka Yi: In Love With the World

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Viewing Damien Hirst: Sunshine, presented by HENI

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