Out & About with Tenn

Tenn have had a busy few months but we always like to make sure we have time for those all important inspirational trips. Taking time between meetings and installs Tenn LOVE to get out the office and see what is going down in London Town – Whats new? Whats cool? Whats good?

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This month Tenn recommends…

The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, Camille Walala at the Now Gallery and Balenciaga at the V&A

Summer Exhibition at the RA:

From the wonders of Tracey Emin’s neon art to gallery curators Eileen Coopers autobiographical paintings this is one not to miss

This years exhibition is jam packed with a diverse range of artwork and sculptures. Each gallery has its own distinct look, one, full of beautiful architectural drawings, another dedicated to a series of performance art videos. Elegant sculptures and mechanical pieces of art are weaved through out the space.

#tennloves the bright and graphic glowing light box by Gilbert & George  – the perfect VM inspiration

Camille Walala at the Now Gallery:

This one off exhibition is a must see. Graphic and colour block artist Camille Walala has filled the lobby of the Now Gallery with an immersive play environment.

On arrival you are asked to take off your shoes and start your play. From the floors to the ceilings the space is transformed in to a colourful pattern explosion. You soon become immersed into a sea of colour and circus mirrors. This maze like pop up is a whole new take on a gallery space – not one to miss that’s for sure.

#tennloves the child like atmosphere and small challenges on offer whilst you explore

Balenciaga at the V&A:

The fashion world is a huge part of Tenn’s industry.

Tenn jumped at the chance to be transported back to the beginnings of Balenciaga’s iconic modernist style and his inspirations.

With over 100 pieces on display you are guided through the gallery to see how trends have come and gone in the world and mind of Cristóbal Balenciaga.

#tennloves the X ray imagery displayed throughout the exhibition that show the secrets behind the masterpieces