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Roshni

Roshni

The Man Who Knew Infinity

London-born actor Dev Patel plays mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan in his latest film, The Man Who Knew Infinity.

......your vision, your way. 

 

I always knew that getting engaged to my husband and embarking on a journey together would be a life changing experience, but I never realised quite how. It was through planning our wedding I became conscious of how difficult it was acquiring everything I required from one place, tailored to my needs and theme. I ended up spending a vast amount of time (and money!) sourcing all the materials, accessories and decorations needed to create everything from invitations and stationery, to ring cushions and guest books, constantly feeling anxious about the outcome

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Weddings, like marriages, can be brilliantly beautiful, but not without hard work and honesty, and this is how we work at Tailored Occasions to provide you with the best customer service possible. If there is anything you want or need that is not on our site, or just have a question please do not hesitate to contact us. We have a team of hardworking and creative people, who will always ensure that every item you choose from us meets the very high standards you expect.

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A beautiful presentation of art showcasing the British Empire from the 16th Century to the modern day is currently being exhibited at the Tate Britain, until 10thApril 2016.

 

At its pinnacle the British Empire was one of the largest and most influential empire in history, and this exhibition Artist and Empire, expresses through art the ways in which the empire has been shaped. It embodies the complicated history, the people, wars, and even the misfortunes.

Painted by a number of artists from across the world, you will find works of art capturing scenes of local life, power, and relations between the races. Furthermore, the exhibition features a vast collection of objects including maps, flags, photographs, sculptures and artifacts. With all this variety of history in one place, it makes the Artist and Empire exhibition one not to be missed.

Further information with regards to purchasing tickets, directions to Tate Britain, and the exhibition can be found here:

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/artist-and-empire

 

A major exhibition presenting how artists have been influenced by technology and the internet over the past six decades. The exhibition is taking place from 29th January 16 – 15th May 16 at the Whitechapel Gallery, and what a show to start 2016 with.

Arranged in reverse chronological order, the exhibition starts off with works made in the recent years, and ends with the innovative and revolutionary movement Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T). This movement took place in 1966, a key point in art history, when a group of artists including Andy Warhol, and Bell Laboratories engineers created a series of events, “9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering”. These events in New York were a first to incorporate new technology such as the use of CCTV, and TV projection on stage

As you travel through the decades each technological milestone will be highlighted by a key artistic piece from the 1970’s where Apple released the first computer, and the 1980’s when Microsoft invented Windows, to the 1990’s the birth of the internet. It is in the 1990’s where Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s piece was created that “really follows you around the room”.

Aimed to be an eye opening evening enjoyable by all!

Tickets and more information can be found at the following link: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/exhibitions/electronicsuperhighway

 

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