Des Bains presents High Treason 1605, Billy Fraser’s first solo show.
Saatchi Yates is to present a solo exhibition of new paintings by emerging mixed-media artist Nokukhanya Langa, opening on Wednesday 14th September.
Art Unified presents SEE ME AFTER CLASS: A SPIRAL BOUND JOURNEY BY ADAM GREENER, the gallery’s first artist to be… Read More
Abi Joy Samuel, a non-binary London-based artist whom I met during an art residency in the Netherlands, invited me to… Read More
Amy Bravo is New York City-based artist who is working on unpacking her direct family history and uncovering ancestral Cuban… Read More
Emerging Painter Rebecca Gilpin shares her advice for other emerging artists ahead of her Duo Show ROAM at Fitzrovia Gallery opening this week.
Opening this week at Soho Revue ‘Good Company,’ a solo show of works by Brixton based artist, Layla Andrews.
I met with Riccardo Antonio Leone to get to the heart of his art, an intense creative process which brought salvation to the artist.
London Grads Now. 21. Following the success of London Grads Now. in 2020, this second edition aims to support and… Read More
The theme of the show is about how our minds can be literal toilets, how we can ‘dump’ a lot… Read More
We spotted the paintings of Andre Wendland zooming around in an Instagram video before we had any idea of the… Read More
Wasted Dreams is the debut UK solo exhibition of Italian, London based artist Guendalina Cerruti at PUBLIC Gallery. Through an expansive installation that combines assemblage-based sculpture, LED art, mixed media wall and floor-based works, Cerruti explores the ‘Wasted Dreams’ relationship between life, dreams and contemporaneity.
For the latest edition of ‘The Upcoming’, Lee Sharrock spoke to French sculptor Nicolas Dobkine. Dobkine studied Art History at the Sorbonne in Paris, becoming interested in anthropology and the representation of human beings throughout the history of art.
New gallery where’s the frame? open inaugural exhibition PAPER MODE presenting up-and-coming London based artists.
New gallery where’s the frame? has announced PAPER MODE – their first-ever virtual exhibition presenting up-and-coming London based artists