Photo London 2023 opened to previews today and runs until Sunday 14th May featuring 125 exhibitors from 56 cities from across the globe. To help you on your visit FAD has chosen 10 Artists you just have to search out.
This April, Cob is pleased to present an ambitious, and immersive installation from Marseille-based artist collective Southway Studio – bringing their rapturous, neo-gothic, fantasy ‘universe’ to the gallery as their London debut. The exhibition is curated by artist, writer and art historian Emmanuelle Luciani.
Blue skies, sunshine and crowds of glamorous people – it’s been quite a while since I’ve experienced this heady mix. Throw in some palm trees and here I am in Miami, where else. There is a palpable energy and enthusiasm in the air for Miami art week, the year-long embargo has only increased people’s desire to visit the fairs, socialize, be seen, and of course view and buy art.
Cob Gallery is to present a new solo exhibition of work by Tahnee Lonsdale: twelve oil paintings whose swooping angularity fuses an intimate sense of personal vulnerability with an awareness of emotional experience as a form of public rite. Ode and tonic to this year of upheaval, they mark a moment of our collective re-emergence.
Cob Gallery presents ‘White Bread’, an exhibition of work by Olivia Sterling, and the inaugural exhibition in Cob’s tenth-anniversary programme focusing on artists whose work reflects the gallery’s core values, combining traditional media with distinctive and original new voices.
Cob Gallery (London) and AMI, the Parisian fashion brand have joined together in celebration of painter Tomo Campbell and the creative director and founder of AMI, Alexandre Mattiussi – as they prepare to showcase their latest collections in London and Paris respectively
One, Two, Three, Four is a debut exhibition and body of personal works from Danish photographer Casper Sejersen opening at Cob Gallery.
As the UK counts down to ‘B-Day’, artist Joe Sweeney invites the public to become part of +44, a new two-part, interactive public artwork.
NEW WORK PART II: MATERIAL – a group show forming the second edition in a three-part exhibition series has been extended its now on till Thursday this week
FORM is the debut exhibition in a three-part series to run over the course of 2018. NEW WORK: FORM, SUBJECT, MATERIAL aims to exhibit selected groups of young, international multidisciplinary artists who bring distinct voices and striking approaches to these three fields of enquiry.
Robert Montgomery opens a major exhibition with a bold return to painting, the works galvanise Montgomery’s recent artistic objective that calls for a political and aesthetic re-invigoration of the “Modernist Dream”.
British artist Samuel Zealey explores physicality and materiality through his large-scale sculpture practice that is based on a love of physics and engineering.
An artwork for nothing? That’s a good trade, plain as the Concorde on your face. But wait…
This is Kingsley Ifill’s debut solo show, ‘Stutter is an exhibition of striking composite works curated by filmmaker and photographer Tom Beard.
The big news of the week is that Camden’s super-cool Cob Gallery, headed up by Victoria Williams and Polly Stenham, has secured exclusive representation of Stella Vine. You can see some of Stella’s older works on Cobs Stand this weekend at Art15.
GO FIGURE, an exhibition curated by Roxie Warder, brings together six young UK based artists working predominately with the human form.
The commercial gallery is a stage on which an elaborate and mysterious performance takes place.
Exploring the extent to which the homogenising colour-wash of globalisation, mass tourism and the internet have sterilised cultural identity and pantomimed tradition..
I work in a spherical manner, so ideas & concepts are returned to until i feel i’ve answered some of my questions. I’ll be working with words until i die. Bring Your reading glasses.
A London debut exhibition of the artist’s personal collection of ephemera and collectibles, co-curated with the artist, will provide the backdrop to Doherty’s archive and specially created new ‘blood’ paintings.
They start with a showcase of work from London-based artist and FAD favourite Hayden Kays.
Tonight The Cob Gallery is being taken over for an evening of art, fashion, theatre, music and Surreal Women. For one… Read More