museums & galleries

‘My favourite day of the school holidays‘ wrote my 5 year old boy, ‘was using the Japanese Washlet toilet at the Japan House. It squirts water at your bumhole and then dries it with hot air.’ Indeed, Japan House, High Street Kensington, is fun to pop in before a romp in Hyde Park (not too Read more

‘Shunga’ Exhibition Review

Totally titillating, uproariously ridiculous and gleefully clever; the Shunga Japanese art exhibition now on (until 5 Jan 2014) at the British Museum is custom made to appeal to the British public.  A wide range of Shunga illustrations from 1600-1900 Japan by Utamaro, Hokusai, and countless other contemporaries come together in a veritable orgy of art.  Read more

Now on at the Wellcome Collection, Euston, until 30 June 2013, Souzou is just the exhibition to blow out your winter cobwebs and make room for creative thought to spring forth!  An important exhibition for all those who have ever wondered about the purpose of art; Souzou’s artists are all residents or day attendees of Read more

Mariko Mori ‘Rebirth’ Exhibition

‘Rebirth’ is an exhibition perfectly timed for the new year.  Now on at the Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, until 17 February 2013, this subtle, yet massive, exhibition is highly recommended to get your 2013 started with a cosmic bang!   Mariko Mori’s first major exhibition in London for 14 years, Rebirth’s ‘core theme of Read more