Museum of Architecture Gingerbread City
The Museum of Architecture’s Gingerbread City is back, filling two floors on Thurloe Street with impressive models made of dough. Feast your eyes on an imaginary city made by architecture firms, who were invited to pick a plot on the masterplan and respond to a brief set by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design. Look out for gingerbread house making workshops throughout the duration of the show and don’t be tempted to nibble on the creation. thegingerbreadcity.com 
The Beard Pictures
The Beard Pictures are violent, eerie, grotesque, lurid and crazed. They show a dream-like world of paranoia, destruction and madness. Their strange sickly colours and creeping, smashed up, absurd landscapes confront the viewer with relentless aggression. The Beard Pictures depict a world bereft of reason, in which negotiation no longer exists. Gilbert & George take their place within The Beard Pictures as intense, red, staring, empty-headed and sinister versions of themselves. Their eyes are shadowed and bizarrely prettified. Mutant, impish explorers or dead-headed sentinels, they seem to look at, into and through the viewer. They look possessed and serious. They look as though their spirits might have left their bodies. They look stern, absurd, imprisoned, mocking and mocked. 22nd November – 28 January 2018 at whitecube.com
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