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Mood board Material: Installations to take your breath away

Every month I head out around London to capture images from the most exciting art, architecture and design exhibitions, which can serve as inspiration for my work, now I want to share that with Insider readers.

Highlights from recent exhibitions include Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture at the Tate Modern, Champagne Life at the Saatchi Gallery and Maisons Fragiles at Hauser & Wirth.

Here’s my current round up:

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Longing Lasting by Claire Barclay, who works mainly in sculpture and printmaking, at the Stephen Friedman Gallery.

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Antennae with Red and Blue Dots by Alexander Calder in the Tate Modern’s Performing Sculpture exhibition.

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The entrance to the Charles Petillon: Invasions exhibition is filled with his signature balloon installations.

 

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The Scarecrow by Tamara Henderson as part of the Condo exhibition.

 

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Taxidermied sculptures by artist Soheila Sokhanvari

 

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Food for Thought – Al-Muallaqat is composed of aluminium cooking pots used traditionally throughout the Arab world by artist Maha Malluh

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