Cracking art at new Sackler

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IMG_1766-225x300If you haven’t been to see the exhibition at the new Sackler Serpentine Gallery by Adrian Villar Rojas (left), now’s your chance. It is all about life cycles, birth and decay, and the sculptures are made of clay which is cracking and changing every day and made especially for the space. It is so good and on until 10th November, 10am-6pm. The Zaha Hadid cafe, attached to the gallery space, is completely brilliant too. www.serpentinegalleries

And, last chance to see an exhbition of works on paper by Roger Hilton, John Mclean and John Wells. On Monday – Friday, 10am-6 pm, Saturday 11am- 4.30 pm until Saturday, 9th November. Wilson Stephens & Jones, 71 Westbourne Park Road, W2 www.wilsonstephensandjones  Mary-Lu

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