F.A.T Studio is run out of the front of an old FABB Sofas warehouse on the Old Kent Road. Homemade banners and signs fill the street-front windows and immediately give the hub a welcoming, unpretentious feel.
This analogue antidote to Instagram-fatigue is exactly what the artworld needs in continuing uncertain times.
Masha Keryan’s works are concentrated punches of colour that hit you with a real force. Keryan’s understanding of colour is… Read More
@i.m.a.g.e_d.u.m.p = Public art + Supporting emerging artists + Accessible art for free. Triple tick.
Originally founded by Mustafa Hulusi in 1999, the billboard at 2 Hoxton Street has now passed into the curatorial hands of Oli Epp. For over 20 years the advertising space in Shoreditch has exhibited works from emerging artists, replacing commercial imagery with art.
It’s mid-July 2020 and I walk up to Jess Cochrane’s street in South East London. Her house is painted black and stands out from the rest of the terrace. I already think she’s cool from following her on Instagram, and now I’m a little frightened – I’m hit by Imposter Syndrome that I might not be chic enough for the artist to talk to, and all I’m really here to do is take my kit off.
DKUK has performed thousands of haircuts each year since its opening in 2014. The difference is that these transformations are done in front of artworks, rather than mirrors, as part of the 6 exhibitions that make up the DKUK annual calendar.