Dellasposa presents The Shape of Colour an exhibition of new sculptures by Belgrade-born London based artist Misha Milovanovich, marking her first solo show with the gallery.
A balm to the Lockdown Lover’s tireless online search for gifts could be Dellasposa Gallery’s Valentine’s Day Art Edit, a coquettish curation of prints, paintings, and books,
Blood, clouds graphics and ceramics.
Dellasposa Gallery presents a new solo exhibition by Darren Coffield. In this new series of work inspired by the Old Master paintings in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Coffield fuses classical inspirations with digital distortions.
Brexit Britain, night time, Milton Keynes, reggae, broken cities, encounters and crowd barriers.
This weeks Top 5 include Prostheses, a running track, bricks, metal and a cave.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London before Christmas include a red explosion, delicate portraits, falling sculpture, falling people, plant life, singing sculpture, and butterflies.
Dellasposa has just announced the launch of its new permanent gallery space at 2A Bathurst Street, London, opening end October 2018.
Ships, UFOs, Windrush, pollution, sex slavery, Londoners and data.
Alexander James joins the tradition with his photographs of flags formed by flowers shot underwater
Underwater photography, voyeurism, perfume, rural scenes, abstract masters, free runners and stained glass.
I visited four new spaces for the first time last Thursday evening! All were showing artists I’ve previously met at other galleries, illustrating how things move around.