"David Bowie is" Exhibition

When we are talking about London's nightlife of yesteryear, ones will not be missed are the Punks and also a signature punk icon, David Bowie. The Victoria & Albert Museum has been given an unprecedented access to the David Bowie Archive to curate the first international retrospective of the extraordinary career of David Bowie. More than 300 objects will be brought together for the very first time, e.g. lyrics, fashion, photography etc. The exhibition's concept is derived from David Bowie's famous song "Heroes" and also a book "We Can be Heroes" which has the most detailed account of London's coolest people in nightlife.

The exhibition will start from 23 March and end on 28 July 2013. If you don't have a chance to stop by London for the exhibition, make sure you get a copy of "We Can be Heroes".

Exhibition details

yayoi kusama

I first encountered Yayoi Kusama's work at the Gagosian Gallery in New York, and immediately went a bit dotty for her. The Japanese-born artist, now in her eighties, has been producing artworks inspired by themes of personal obsession and cosmic wonder for decades. The Victoria Miro Gallery has a show of her works, running from Feb 9th to April 5, 2012. Looking forward to catching this exhibition in London.

circus antics

Supper clubs seem to be making a quiet comeback. The latest to open is Circus London, located smack in the centre of Covent Garden. Despite mixed reviews on the Southern-style food, the boudoir-meets-space-ship interiors by Tom Dixon and performances by contortionists with nipple tassles will take your mind off the 20 pound cocktails you'll likely be sipping. Either way we're intrigued by the concept and the candy slickness of the decor and identity.Circus London 27-29 Endell Street, Covent Garden, London