Lockdown has made it practically impossible to consume art and culture in person. The UK government's roadmap out of lockdown states that commercial art galleries can open from 12 April, while public galleries will open no sooner than 17 May - it will be a long while before we're able to grace the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, or gaze at the blown glass Rotunda Chandelier in the V&A's lofty entrance hall.
In the meantime, SHOWstudio have created an open-air exhibition with the support of London Lites, scattered around various London locations. This is an art exhibition catered to a city in lockdown, available for the British public to visit free of charge. Nick Knight's iconic images of a young Kate Moss, a green-haired Billie Eilish, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Naomi Campbell, Travis Scott, Kanye West and Björk are currently displayed across 27 digital billboards in central London, for five minutes on every hour over the next two weeks. Made in collaboration with artist Ewa Wilczynski and creative director, designer and artist Carlo Brandelli, the billboards also display the pair's golden 1000 Breath sculptures. The gold sculptures were made by Wilczynski and Brandelli by painting a line in a single downward stroke with each deep exhale - the result being multiple layers of paint built up on a canvas over many months.