Opening Tonight :Thursday 6th December : NO FORMAT ‘URBAN BARRIER’ at Ben Oakley Gallery
PV: 7th December 5.30 – 9.30 (After Party 9.30 – LATE *RSVP)
Exhibition Dates: 8th December – 23rd December: Thurs – Sundays 11.30 – 5pm.
WHAT better way to round off the Visual Arts Calendar year than to call on Forty Top Notch Urban and Contemporary Artists and assemble them in one prolific arts space? Including Guy Denning, Static, David Bray, Ray Richardson, Jimmy South RYCA, Otto Schade, Jef Aerosol, Carne Griffiths, Pam Glew, plus many more. All delivering a mélange of colour compositions and urban art at the forefront of London’s creative scene.
Beginning a week-long look at art gifts for Christmas on FAD magazine Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic has picked 5 Christmas gifts – no need to blow the budget and great gifts for even those who don’t celebrate Christmas.
This was meant to be one great art party where urban artists would have been invited to take over the walls of a London townhouse prior to renovation. Then COVID-19 hit and disCONNECT turned into something even more exciting.
While the London based artists were able to install their works in situ – David Bray moved into one of the bedrooms which has become one of the most poignant responses to experiencing isolation – most of the international contributions had to be coordinated remotely.
‘Every Day is a Miracle’ is Art Below’s first gallery exhibition since January, opening Friday 17th July at Ad Lib Gallery.
An impressive list of contemporary artists have generously donated to the 2nd ‘ART on the Mind’ exhibition to raise funds for Cardboard Citizens.