Kensington and Chelsea Art Week

Things to do, Exhibitions
Photograph: Courtesy of Kensington + Chelsea Art WeekBarnaby Barford
Photograph: Kensington + Chelsea Art Week

Time Out says

Remember when the King’s Road was cool? Neither do we. The days of Chelsea counterculture – the psychedelic tailors, the mods, the Led Zeppelin-owned record label – feel like they were from another dimension, let alone another era. Kensington + Chelsea Art Week is one of those events that helps the most polished parts of K&C soften their stiff upper lips by filling the place with art. The festival is returning in full force for 2020 with talks and exhibitions (look out for ‘Tête-à-Têtes’, a show of West African portraiture at David Hill Gallery). Make time to tread the KCAW Public Art Trail, where you’ll find a giant rotting apple sculpture by Barnaby Bradford and our favourite, ‘Alphabetti Spaghetti’, an anxious little red post box with a knot in its gut. We feel ya, buddy. 



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