For his first solo with BEERS Bolaji presents ‘THE POWER AND THE PAUSE’ (OR ‘THE PAUSE’), a series of brand-new works that unravel like individual characters or short stories within a greater context that operate to tell a greater narrative.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic has picked five exhibitions to see in London. Each one comes with a concise review to help you… Read More
Florence Sweeney was born in Belgium, raised in Essex, and studied Fine Art in Bournemouth before making her way to London where she now lives and works. She recently made the decision to turn one of the bedrooms in her house into an art studio, where she currently works outside of her job as a Location Scout for film.
Future Fair announced the launch of Future Fair Online last week with an exhibition and program developed as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic causing the postponement of the inaugural New York show
From Monday (April 13th), art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell will be taking over the FAD Instagram account @worldoffad to highlight some upcoming exhibitions.
German artist Jan Sebastian Koch returns to Beers London with his first full-length exhibition. Titled If Mountains Could Sing,
everywhen at Kristin Hjellegjerde evokes sensations of stillness and movement, surrender and resistance, of past and present and future rolled into one moment in time.
Tonight see some WHIPLASH
If you are heading to #LAF2015 this weekend visit these galleries
Who Are The 100 Painters of Tomorrow ? See the Exhibition and Read The Book ….
This week’s top 5 features volatile liquids, criminal tattoos, expressive portraiture, melting faces and upside down people.
100 Painters of Tomorrow is the culmination of a major new project to find the most exciting, up-and-coming painters at work today.
Cut/Copy/Paste presents three American artists who explore the boundaries of the contemporary collage and the re-appropriation of images.
Beers Contemporary Art Gallery have announced the winners of the 2013 Beers Contemporary Award for Emerging Art.
Jenny’s Art Picks of the Week 17th-23rd February
London Art Fair is now in full swing and runs until the end of this weekend. Everyone else is doing their Top 5 galleries so I shall go with a slightly different tack and pick my Top 5 artists of the fair.
Beers.Lambert presents a photographic exhibition with work by British photographer Ed Hopley and Australian photographer Clinton Hayden – two artists who question the objective and importance of ‘nature’ photography in a society inundated by the photographic image.
Artist Opportunity: The Beers Lambert Award for emerging art $5000 prize Deadline this Monday
Contemporary Visions presents 10 contemporary international artists (selected from an pool of nearly 1800 applicants worldwide) who each question the destability of the image and of presence.
they emphasize their materiality with a tongue-in-cheek, ‘pseudo-conceptualism’, questioning basic social structures and methods and their validity in Western society
Beers.Lambert is proud to be 1 of 6 galleries invited to participate in the prestigious Joze Art Fair at the remarkable new gallery situated in the recently restored Battersea College Library in Southwest London.