It’s August so the city has been abandoned, everyone’s somewhere sunny. London has been very hot and sunny in the last couple of weeks and there is so much you can do when the weather is nice. However, on rainy days I like to go to museums.
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Let’s start with some style facts.

I like it chic but casual and the shorts with embroidery give the look the final summer touch.

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Now the art facts…

Huge ants,crawling all over the walls of the first room, are the stars of the show at the Saatchi Gallery.
Colombian artist Rafael Gómezbarros’ horrifying insects are among the highlights of an uneven show of work from Africa and Latin America. They are monstrous – the size of human babies!!

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I know it’s actually very creepy.
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The next room is filled with paintings by Aboudia, a young artist from Ivory Coast, who is thrillingly talented. The subject of matter is the trauma of the country’s civil war.

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…followed by Modern Art in another exhibition room.

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And she came in like a wreckling ball…

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An amazing hand drawing by Jose Lerma, who illustrates the rise and fall of powerful historical figures.
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And finally a quick piano lesson.
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You can’t go wrong with Saatchi. There’s always something nice going on.

PANGAEA:
NEW ART FROM AFRICA AND LATIN AMERICA
2 April 2014 – 2 November 2014