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Monday, 19 February 2018

Until Saturday 10 March

Cob Gallery in Royal College Street, are holding a mixed show of sizzlingly good work by 14 young and emerging artists. NW1 is never difficult to get to. The Cob Gallery is behind St Pancras International, north of the Crowndale Road, and near the top of one of the most bike-friendly streets in London, Royal College Street. Pass the Royal Veterinary College on your right, carry on up, and you'll find the Gallery on your left, nestled in a nifty 2-level glass box.

Cob Gallery Royal College Street:
Installation view of front gallery

You'll find some brilliant new work by Katja A
Angeli, Cristina BanBan, Dominic Beattie, Asger Carlsen, Vanessa da Silva, Realf Heygate, Joseph Goody, Sif Norskov, Laurence Owen, Tristan Pigott, Paloma Proudfoot, George Rouy, Will Spratley and James Tailor.











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Sunday, 11 February 2018

The new Exhibition Road Entrance for the Victoria & Albert Museum by Amanda Levete Architects


The Victoria and Albert Museum, founded in the middle of the 19th century, has, at a single stroke, reinvented itself for the 21st. The culmination of an ongoing programme of overhaul and renovation was the opening last year of a new grand entrance in the Exhibition Road. The project was masterminded by Amanda Levete Architects. (For further architectural details, see Dezeen magazine.) For visitors to the Museum, the new entrance makes a shining pathway into a much loved museum whose exterior has stood almost unchanged for over 160 years.