Here are the best things to do around the globe this month!
Pussy Riot at London’s Satchii Gallery
A one-hour show at the Saatchi Gallery follows the experiences of the Russian feminist-activist group Pussy Riot. In 2012, the post-punk art collective made international headlines when they were arrested and subsequently imprisonment for staging a protest in a Moscow cathedral. To mark the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, audiences are encouraged to pull on the balaclava and stand up for what they believe in,
Inside Pussy Riot, London Satchii Gallery, until 24 December 2017, book tickets here.
St Vincent in New York
Take a break from the Christmas jingles and watch the compelling Annie Clark instead.
Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, tickets between $44–$63.50
Jil Sander: Present Tense in Frankfurt
One of the most influential fashion designers of our generation is being honoured at the Museum Angewandte Kunst. The presentation documents the ingenuity and creative power of the designer whose primary objective is to bring out a person’s personality.
Jil Sander: Present Tense, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, on until May 6, 2018, admission € 12
Stefanie Moshammer at Foam, Amsterdam
Another must-see exhibition to see before its closure in January is Tomorrow of Yesterday, a new series of work shot in Haïti by Stefanie Moshammer. The imagery on display investigates ideas of paradise on the Haitian Cow Island, capturing the everyday lives of its inhabitants.
Stefanie Moshammer: Tomorrow of Yesterday at Foam, Amsterdam, on until January 14, 2018,
Happy Place in L.A
If you’re in Los Angeles over the festive period, head to Happy Place, the new Instagramable pop-up exhibition. The series of installations include designs you can stand in front of or climb into, a confetti-filled dome, an upside-down bedroom and our personal favourite, a room filled with canary-yellow fake flowers.
Happy Place is on until 7 January 2018 at 1242 Palmetto Street in the Arts District. Admission $28.50, find out more here.