Friday, 14 February 2014

Miserable outside? Head for a culture fix

Wet weather isn't all gloom and doom; it’s also the perfect excuse to indulge in a little culture. There's a plethora of wonderful exhibitions showing in London at the moment and plenty more to come, too. Here are a few of our favourites that we’ll be making a beeline to on rainy days. 

Open now

Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things @ the Design Museum (until 9th March)
From the iconic London phonebox to everyday road signs, this curious exhibition shares the tales behind some of the most successful - and unique - pieces of modern design.

Paul Klee: Making Visibile @ the Tate Modern (until 9th March)
Paintings, sketches and watercolours from the German-Swiss surrealist-loving artist.

Coming soon

Digital Revolution @ Barbican (opens 3rd July)
What would we do without the internet? Explore how art, design, film, music and video games have evolved in this interactive celebration of technology. 

Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk @ Barbican (opens 9th April)
Get up-close with some of the avante-garde creations that the fashion designer has passionately crafted over the last 35 years. 

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