For Baldock’s first solo exhibition in a public institution in London, the artist creates a symphony of surreal sculptures at CGP London.
London-based Italian artist Salvatore Arancio presents a ground-breaking new outdoor ceramic sculptural installation at this year’s Venice Biennale.
CGI artist Kate Cooper presents a new body of work as part of her first solo exhibition in the UK at VITRINE in London entitled Ways to scale.
After seeing her at Frieze New York and CONDO Marcelle finally gets to interview Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu.
British artist Jessie Makinson paints exquisite multi-layered figurative compositions that drop art historical references as well as borrow patterns and motifs from other times.
Emma Cousin makes humorous and surreal ‘leggy’ paintings that have already featured in London in two group shows, a solo show and a two-person show in 2017.
Marcelle Joseph interviews the German artist Sebastian Stöhrer to find out what drives his ceramic sculpture practice featuring vases of all shapes & sizes
You will be seeing artist Henry Hussey’s name come up a lot this month.
Sara Berman’s poised and urbane figurative paintings will feature in two upcoming group shows in London this month: Young Gods at Charlie Smith London and Dark Wood curated by fellow artist Henry Hussey at the Transition Gallery.
Marcelle Joseph Interviews Florence Peake, Recent Jerwood Choreographic Research Project Prizewinner
Dancer, choreographer, visual artist and teacher Florence Peake is in for a busy 2017.
Carla Busuttil Explores Fear and Classism in South Africa in a Prescient Show at Josh Lilley in London
Carla Busuttil’s third solo show at Josh Lilley in London entitled The Super-Suburb Defence Authority touches on all of the ills that have infected South Africa since its colonial era.
After several other exhibitions in London this year, Glasgow-based France-Lise McGurn pulls out all the stops for her solo exhibition at Bosse & Baum
Due to unprecedented interest, their solo shows have been extended to 30th November so hurry over to Peckham to see James Capper’s EARTH MARKING EXPEDITION: Film, Mobile Sculpture, Component Parts and Shaun McDowell’s Navigator – new paintings from the studio in Redhill.