Wolfe von Lenkiewicz has transformed Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights into a post-historic, trans-cultural manuscript. At first glance von Lenkiewicz’s work appears to be a faithful reproduction of the original, but on closer inspection it is ‘contaminated’ with imagery from a wide range of historical and contemporary sources, both art historical and pop cultural.
Alastair Mackie’s new and largest installation to date, created in response to the AVA’s converted gallery space twenty seven pine… Read More
Two All Visual Arts shows during Frieze Week | Jonathan Wateridge Mittelland and Charles Matton’s Enclosures
All Visual Arts have two satellite shows ongoing during Frieze week, one at their home in King’s Cross and another on Warren Street.
The All Visual Arts collective host their third exhibition at their Omega Place showroom, until July 14th. This time around… Read More
Artists in the exhibition will include Nicola Bolla, Jodie Carey, Bertozzi and Casoni, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Wim Delvoye, Aaron van Erp, Hans Peter Feldmann, Paul Fryer, Tom Gallant, Ori Gersht, Rachel Howard, John Isaacs, Reece Jones, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz, Alastair Mackie, Charles Matton, Kate MccGwire, Polly Morgan, Martin Sexton, Mee Kyung Shin, Dolly Thompsett, Bouke de Vries, Jonathan Wateridge, Tim Noble and Sue Webster and Hugo Wilson.
A famous musician, Ian Curtis, I think, explained in his suicide note – ‘there’s nothing left to write about’. Wow…. Read More