Visitors to London this summer should head to one of the many exciting exhibitions taking place in the capital.
Flowers East is hosting Jiro Osuga’s Departures collection of paintings. Jiro’s images of airports are dotted with supernatural beings, robots and even a Roman centurion, with these characters making the pieces of art really stand out.
This exhibition opened on May 19th and will run until July 1st.
Alternatively, you could visit Gazelli Art House to see Jake Elwes’ Data.Glitch.Utopia.
According to FAD magazine: “[Elwes’] brings the physical and digital worlds together with finger marks on a smartphone screen blown up to resemble an abstract painting, porn created by machine learning and AI generated birds shown on Essex marshes.”
This unique exhibition will remain open to the public until July 8th.
Those fascinated by AI might also want to explore the Science Gallery London. Here they will be able to see 12 collaborations by James Bridle, Blast Theory, Air Giants, Wesley Goatley, Mimi Onuoha and others.
King’s College researchers and hospital patients also helped bring the exhibition, which opened on June 21st, to life.
It will remain at the Science Gallery London until January 20th 2024, giving Londoers and tourists plenty of opportunities to see the exciting pieces of work.
These exhibitions could encourage art enthusiasts to buy new prints, which they can put in made to measure picture frames to showcase in their home.