This week’s top 5 includes a sandstorm, a cathedral, darkness, table tennis balls and embroidery.
Fake paintings, humorous text, abandonment, pavements and affordable art
The ongoing body of work Postal Service depicts and abstracts a spatial journey, taking a documentary process to produce an… Read More
Jon Anders Gulbrandsen’s investigation into the symbolism of Norse mythology poses questions of the weight and relevance of myths, how… Read More
Oliver Ruuger’s visionary designs are the highly refined expression of the design process, and transcend the traditional notion of accessories,… Read More
Iyvone Khoo’s work transforms perceptions, instilling new ways of looking at everyday objects, daily activities and situations
Poppy Bisdee was one of the highlights of this year’s degree shows, and stole the show at Wimbledon College of… Read More
Future Map 11 starts on January 12th, and in the 11 days leading up to the exhibition FAD will be profiling eleven of the thirty artists who have been brought together for the show.
There are a heap of new exhibitions opening across London on Friday, here are some of the private views that… Read More