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BARBICAN LIFE


n the Barbican Centre


Duckie Christmas Market


Photo Credit © Robin Whitmore


local artisan food makers, underground artists, retro hawkers and DIY designers amongst many others. Urban gardeners are trading alongside cake makers and vintage collectors alongside high tech sellers. This is THE alternative Christmas market this year.


Open Daily


2pm - 9.30pm (10, 11, 17, 18, 27 Dec) 6pm - 9.30pm (13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30 Dec)


6pm - 11pm on 16 Dec


✷ Designer Jewellers Group+ Ground Floor Foyer Until 6th January


T Open


Monday - Saturday 10am - 8pm Sunday Noon - 8pm


he always brilliant Designer Jewellers Group is back in the Barbican this winter bringing a showcase of new contemporary jewellery from many of the UK’s leading designer jewellers as well as six outstanding new jewellers selected from this year’s graduate shows. Prices start from £25.


✷ OMA / Progress Shop


Barbican Art Gallery Until 19th February


T


he OMA Shop was


developed to


complement the Barbican Art Gallery’s major exhibition OMA/Progress which looks at the most influential architectural practice working today. This shop is an ideal place to look for gifts for architects, budding architects and architecture buffs or in fact anyone who likes good design. An extensive selection of OMA books, including Rem Koolhaas’ Delirious New York and rare collectible editions, are on sale.


There are also products chosen in collaboration with OMA such as Uniform Wares watches and lovely Rhodia notebooks. Please note: You don’t need to have a ticket to the exhibition to visit the shop


Open


Daily 11am - 8pm Except Wednesdays until 6pm and Thursdays until 10pm


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Designer Jewellers Group


Annie Ruthven-Taggart Bracelet


Designer Jewellers Group


Ute Sanne Uvarovit Heart, 24ct gold


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