Ginny on Frederick has just opened an exhibition of four new paintings by Kiki Xuebing Wang at The Shop, Sadie… Read More
We managed to grab some time with Gabe Boyer owner of “B” Dry Goods, to talk about the gallery his family ties to the location, the importance of the physical in the age of digital and the gallery’s upcoming exhibition Fully Furnished.
We managed to catch some time with Arcmanoro Niles ahead of his first exhibition in the UK to ask a few questions about the show and his practice.
There is something ineffable about the power of Raffael Bader’s paintings. Through a very sensitive use of form and colour, that conjures an idea of place while remaining distant and irreducible, Bader is able to capture and translate a fleeting feeling –
Artist Eleanor Wang on Memory, Storytelling, Imminent Motherhood and her Recent Exhibition with MAMA
There has never been a better time for artist Eleanor Wang to reflect on her practice to date, one loaded with familial relations, negotiations of cultural heritage, personal storytelling and monumentalised memories of incidents that could otherwise be forgotten.
FAD managed to grab some time with Alan Koh Fair Director Affordable Art Fair (AAF) Singapore.
After a three-year hiatus, the 15th edition of AAF Singapore returns to the city-state thisweek from 18th–20th November at the F1 Pit Building.
We caught up with Freddie Powell who runs Ginny on Frederick a gallery in a sandwich bar that didn’t make it through lock down – it’s Freddie’s little bit of New York in Farringdon – its one of a handful of spaces run by a new young group of young gallerists that are making their older more established galleries sweat …
Nokukhanya Langa’s debut exhibition delves into the world of modern media and internet culture while breaking the rules of traditional… Read More
Tart Gallery London is a new gallery in London committed to supporting female artists and their artwork.
Yasmin Lennon-Chong tells us about Atelier100 an entirely new concept, driven by a collective of creatives, makers, manufacturers and design… Read More
One of the things I love about working at FAD magazine is the variety of people you get to meet… Read More
Atelier100 is an entirely new concept, driven by a collective of creatives, makers, manufacturers and design industry experts. Established to… Read More
Atelier100 is an entirely new concept, driven by a collective of creatives, makers, manufacturers and design industry experts.
Brooklyn-based artist Caledonia ‘Callie’ Curry, famously known as Swoon, is one of the most well-known female Street Artists in the… Read More
Richie Culver teams up with 4BYSIX C.I.C.for exhibition to raise money for homeless and underprivileged people.
British artist Richie Culver has teamed up with charitable organisation 4BYSIX C.I.C. for an exhibition curated by gallerist Matt Chung with the aim of raising money for homeless and underprivileged people, an issue close to Culver, who experienced homelessness in 2013.
Questioning the Future of Digital Art with Maxim Zhestkov, the Artist behind W1 Curates and FLANNELS newest Immersive Exhibition
In the heart of central London, W1 Curates and FLANNELS have partnered to host an exhibition series championing the world’s most exciting and innovative digital artists. The program currently features an immersive and startlingly beautiful exterior and interior installation titled WAVES by Maxim Zhestkov.
I managed to catch some time with Tunde Olaniran (despite them having a bout of covid) in the world of Zoom to talk about the background to Made a Universe the film itself, the exhibition and plans for the future.
KO Art & Antiques presents From Appearance to Exposure featuring four emerging contemporary artists.
KO Art & Antiques recently opened the group exhibition From Appearance to Exposure featuring emerging contemporary artists Sina Sophia Schmidt,… Read More
Kristof Santy’s sudden transition from relative obscurity to art world fame is increasingly rare. It isn’t often that an unknown… Read More
Taiwanese-American artist Stephane H. Shih uses foods and beverage staples from households in the East and West to explore the diasporic nostalgia and material lineages of migration and colonization. Her work creates a statement about consumerism and its culture of abundance as well as calling attention to the influence that cultures can have on each other.