Richard Orlinski Gallery Review – New Bond Street

Hello and welcome to my site Wonder London Life, where I show you my favourite parts of London. Today I visited the Richard Orlinski Gallery on New Bond Street, here Richard offers his uniquely bold and bright sculptures in a venue thats more like a club than a gallery. Watch my video below to find…

Selfridges, London – Pat McGrath Labs – The Mothership Takeover

The Mothership has landed! At Selfridges on Oxford Street, London! Yes! Pat McGrath labs has taken over this iconic London store with flurry of razzle and dazzle to introduce her make-up and beauty brand. Considered the most influential make-up artist in the world by Vogue magazine, Pat McGrath was also included in Time’s 100 most…

Mulberry Lights Interactive Installation, Regent Street

Mulberry lit up Mayfair with their colourful and vibrant installation celebrating the switching on of the Christmas Lights on Regent Street. Visitors were encouraged to play with the LED light forms and share their experiences on Instagram, receiving a gift from a vending machine in return. It really did light up London Town and brought…

Exhibition Review: “Animal Feelings” – Galerie Bartoux

Wandering down New Bond Street is always a joy for anyone interested in art, it has some of the best contemporary and pop art galleries in the UK, all sitting side by side with the odd luxury designer clothes store in between. So it was with much joy that I discovered Noe Two’s delightful animal…

Exhibition Review: Space Shifters, Hayward Gallery, Southbank, London

Space Shifters is the kind of exhibition which leaves you with a distinct sense of unease, your former perceptions of space, interiors and design have somehow been shifted in response to the curated and manipulated interior of the Hayward. It takes a while for the sensation to pass but it goes without saying that you…

Exhibition Review: “Oceania” at the Royal Academy

Oceania is one of the biggest exhibitions of Pacific Island art and design to have taken place in London in many years. The exhibition presents the region’s distinctive landscape as a vital and deeply interconnected highway of dynamic exchange and encounter. I found it particularly haunting and interesting to see objects from the lives of…

Exhibition Review: London Design Biennale 2018

The London Design Biennale returned to Somerset House for its second year in September 2018, this year’s theme was called ‘Emotional States’ and design teams from across the globe were invited to submit interpretations for the event. I felt that this event brought much joy, colour and light to the heart of London, it was…