The first Photoworks Festival – Propositions for Alternative Narratives can be experienced as a unique, limited edition ‘festival in a box’, images of which are revealed for the first time today, and an associated series of online events with international partners and collaborators.
We Sing the Body Electric is an all-female, multimedia exhibition at East London’s Gallery 46, curated by Camilla Cole and featuring: Juliette Mahieux Bartoli, Ingrid Berthmoine, Stine Deja, Enam Gbewonyo, Bex Ilsley , Laila Majid, Stacie McCormick, Alix Marie, Marie Munk, Fern O’ Carolan, Katarzyna Perlak, Cherelle Sappleton, Karolina Stellaki and Rebecca Wallis.
The nude is potentially difficult territory in the #MeToo era, the more so as almost all of the examples at… Read More
Photo London opened last night and we had a quick look around below are ten artists/photographers you should search and when you are finding them you’ll probably find other cool stuff as well
In Shredded, Alix Marie’s second solo exhibition at Roman Road, she presents some of her latest projects, materialising her prevailing study of gender construction and performativity into new forms of art.
One of the works offered by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery that struck me was Tacita Dean’s Quarantania (2018) – a stunning work on seven panels depicting a mountain against a rusty pink graduated sky, reminiscent of Ed Ruscha.
Image:Erik Bendix, “Humpback Whale and Sketchy Moose”, oil paint on canvas. Words MATTHEW MILES On the ‘wrong side’ of the… Read More