I interviewed Jim Naughten ahead of his solo show Eremozoic at Grove Square Galleries, running from 7th October to 18th November 2021…. Read More
TOTALITY, an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Bosco Sodi, will open at KÖNIG LONDON on 13 October. The… Read More
ALMA ZEVI Venice presents artist Sofia Stevi’s solo show ‘The Somnambulists’. A series of black and white figures fluctuating into… Read More
Wasted Dreams is the debut UK solo exhibition of Italian, London based artist Guendalina Cerruti at PUBLIC Gallery. Through an expansive installation that combines assemblage-based sculpture, LED art, mixed media wall and floor-based works, Cerruti explores the ‘Wasted Dreams’ relationship between life, dreams and contemporaneity.
A Plus A just opened ‘Armor‘, the solo-show by recent graduate Maddalena Tesser. The artist presents a series of new… Read More
This week I interviewed the performance artist Romina De Novellis about her exhibition at Alberta Pane Gallery, Paris which closed… Read More
Today I interviewed Silvia Sasso, an Italian photographer based in Rome. Sasso will soon present a solo-show at Fondamenta Gallery… Read More
Today I interviewed Silvia Mariotti to talk about Not At First Glance, her recent exhibition at the International Center of Graphic… Read More
Until 31st December 2020, James Hyman Gallery is hosting an online fundraising sale where 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Trussell Trust.
I managed to catch up with Aeneas Bastian and ask him some questions ahead of the opening of their new gallery space in Berlin.
Unit London just launched Platform, an online exhibitions programme highlighting urgent socio-political issues. Participating artists create new works engaging with a political, cultural or social issue that they feel close to. In alignment with the core social principle of the programme, 10% of sales proceeds from each exhibition will benefit a charity nominated by the artist and/or curator.
I met with Maria Pilotto on the occasion of her participation in Whatever it Takes (A Plus A gallery, Venice).
Nine influential Italian galleries join forces in this difficult times to promote the beauty and urgency of art, culture, and education. With ITALICS Art and Landscape, the passionate directors, founders and managers of some of the most influential galleries in the peninsula share a first-hand guide to the country’s art, culture and contemporary lifestyle. More than 63 galleries, representing from ancient to emerging art are participating in this beautiful project.
The School for Curatorial Studies Venice is back with the project ‘Whatever it takes’ — a three-day barter market. Visitors will be able to secure the exhibited artworks at one condition: no money is allowed.
A new gallery, founded by Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, is opening in New York. Tchotchke Gallery, directed by two… Read More
The Showroom, a contemporary art space based in London, teamed up with Filmmaker Producer Reece Ewing to present IN·FLO·RES·CENCE – a major new project which sees 12 musicians from across the globe create new compositions in response to daily life during the pandemic.
After several months of closure, The Arts Club reopens with ‘Block Party’. The group exhibition brings together the gallery community of Dover and Grafton Streets including: Cardi Gallery, Gazelli Art House, Galerie Max Hetzler, Sprüth Magers, Richard Saltoun, Robilant + Voena, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac and David Zwirner.
Christopher Green is an artist based in Cornwall. He works with painting, books, and installations, conversing with domestic objects in creative ways.
Today’s guest is Silvia Mariotti, Italian artist working with photography, sculpture, and video. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mariotti researches the habitat surrounding us, identifying the linkages between artificial and natural.
Liv Schulman (b. 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is a multidisciplinary artist, working between video and performance art. She is the winner of the 20th Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, awarded on the occasion of the exhibition The Twentieth Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize, curated by Neïl Beloufa in September 2018. She currently lives and works in Paris,
Mick Rock, British born and bred, now living in New York, has been raising funds to help the NHS since the covid-pandemic crisis started. After his initial 5 never-before-seen prints of David Bowie, Kate Moss, Freddie Mercury, Syd Barrett and Bryan Ferry, MICK ROCK has decided to release 5 more exclusive images of pop culture icons and the stories behind each.
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
On the occasion of Anna Fox’s participation in the specially curated online exhibition In Sickness and in Health: Heather Agyepong, Anna Fox and Jo Spence (James Hyman Gallery), I managed to sit down with Anna Fix and ask her some questions.
This week I interview Daina Taimina, a Latvian mathematician, math historian, and artist. Born in Riga, Taimina is currently an Associate Professor at Cornell University in the US, where she uses crocheted models to teach hyperbolic geometry