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I have to admit this Black History Month has been pretty amazing thus far in the wealth of work being displayed. Even though some are trying to broaden (read erase) Black contribution from the landscape or as we are constantly being told 'we live in...

Less than an hour from London's Waterloo station is Windsor and Eton Riverside for a view of the Queen's favourite residence (it's also the closest station to the castle). The train will take you through some of London's nicest areas ie. Putney, Richmond and Twickenham....

Oxford the city is synonymous with the University - the oldest in the English language world - and there are endless reminders from the moment you arrive, right outside the station is the Said Business Centre at the end of the square if you choose...

Being from the West of Africa, I have seen my fair share of beautiful beaches and after a few school trips to Southend, Margate and other shudder to mention English seaside towns the want of going to relax at the beach was firmly confined to...

Found myself available to accompany a friend who is a Tate member - read that as it would cost me nothing to attend. Exhibitions and my love of art are having skirmishes about prices. If you want to see two exhibitions in London just let...

Actually found out through Instagram that Kapoor would be having an exhibition at MAM, St Etienne by chance. As I still have fond memories of attending his exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2009. It was one of the most breath-taking displays I had seen...

On a cold, windy and rainy day in Seville a friend and I ventured to CAAC (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo) which was further than we had first estimated or that the traffic was so thick we barely moved ten feet in what felt like...