The Cob Gallery’s new online store, Cob Shop has launched aiming to provide both a platform for artists and an accessible opportunity for a younger generation of the public to buy and own affordable pieces of artwork. One-offs and small editions will be available, such as prints, artist designed apparel and smaller items of artwork.
They start with a showcase of work from London-based artist and FAD favourite Hayden Kays,with more artists to be added to the website soon.
Photo London 2023 opened to previews today and runs until Sunday 14th May featuring 125 exhibitors from 56 cities from across the globe. To help you on your visit FAD has chosen 10 Artists you just have to search out.
This April, Cob is pleased to present an ambitious, and immersive installation from Marseille-based artist collective Southway Studio – bringing their rapturous, neo-gothic, fantasy ‘universe’ to the gallery as their London debut. The exhibition is curated by artist, writer and art historian Emmanuelle Luciani.
World-renowned international artists have come together to contribute work to Me, My Brain and I, an exciting series of brain sculptures to be exhibited and auctioned in aid of Parkinson’s UK, supported by The Auction Collective and Christie’s.
Blue skies, sunshine and crowds of glamorous people – it’s been quite a while since I’ve experienced this heady mix. Throw in some palm trees and here I am in Miami, where else. There is a palpable energy and enthusiasm in the air for Miami art week, the year-long embargo has only increased people’s desire to visit the fairs, socialize, be seen, and of course view and buy art.