I first met Julie Umerle at an artist talk that accompanied her solo exhibition ‘Rewind’ at the Bermondsey Project Space in 2016.
The Coronaville Artist Coloring Book was published with the goal of bringing artists together for the benefit of other artists
‘VIRUS CLASSICS’, a collection of sculptures and prints, is a sharply humorous response to the current state of affairs by artist, photographer and historian Jolyon Fenwick.
5 great books to get for Lockdown II and Christmas featuring Basquiat, Helmut Newton, Star Wars, Ai Weiwei and Wolfgang Tillmans
HENI Publishing launches Shantell Martin: Lines, the first monograph on the contemporary British artist Shantell Martin. Created in close collaboration with the artist herself, the beautifully designed coffee table book features her work across drawing, performance, music, technology and fashion.
‘Accidental art dealer’ Steve Lazarides has launched Laz Emporium, an “eclectic bazaar” reinventing the curiosity shop for our post-Covid age.
Exhibition and book launch at GALLERY46, documenting life within a circle of independent young Londoners; gifted in music, the arts and the illicit. It’s contents are the visual culmination of a lifestyle; photographed over 5 years, which developed into a long-term project as Matt’s experience and interest in photography grew parallel.
Delphian Gallery Interview – “We wanted to be very candid, and talk about the lows as well as the highs”
Delphian Gallery co-founder and co-director Benjamin Murphy recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss their annual Open Call, the Delphian Podcast, their Lockdown Editions initiative and their inaugural publication ‘Navigating The Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist’, supported by Foolscap Editions.
A World Heritage landmark, this SUMO-sized publication presents the most precious surviving murals of Tibetan Buddhist culture.
Olivia Laing’s new book, Funny Weather: Art in an Emergency, couldn’t be more timely. Published in April, the book is a collection of Laing’s essays, profiles, book reviews, columns, love letters and more, positioning art as a reactionary tool and a source of healing in the wake of the ‘turbulent political weather’ that we endure, particularly since 2016.