The art world is a vast ocean of creatives in all shapes and forms. While many of us may be… Read More
Huxley-Parlour gallery has just launched fourbythree, a new initiative that will award four emerging artists a fully-funded exhibition at the gallery’s project space in London’s West End. Huxley-Parlour will grant each artist £5000, from their annual profits, to realise their exhibition.
‘Being Here’ a group exhibition at Kupfer features works by Saelia Aparicio, Evangelia Dimitrakopoulou, Roxman Gatt, Jack Jubb, and Davinia-Ann… Read More
To call a person a soft touch is to suggest that they are easily persuaded or manipulated. The phrase is… Read More
Its always been a thing of London that the really cool stuff bubbles up on the outskirts in the suburbs away from the prying eyes & the clutches of the vampiresque cultural elite
@i.m.a.g.e_d.u.m.p = Public art + Supporting emerging artists + Accessible art for free. Triple tick.
Originally founded by Mustafa Hulusi in 1999, the billboard at 2 Hoxton Street has now passed into the curatorial hands of Oli Epp. For over 20 years the advertising space in Shoreditch has exhibited works from emerging artists, replacing commercial imagery with art.
Interview with Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, who bravely launched their gallery in the midst of these hard times
A new gallery, founded by Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, is opening in New York. Tchotchke Gallery, directed by two… Read More
Just four months after celebrating their 5th anniversary, PLASTIC MURS have announced what will be their last exhibition under the PLASTIC MURS project.
British artist Jessie Makinson paints exquisite multi-layered figurative compositions that drop art historical references as well as borrow patterns and motifs from other times.
By Marcelle Joseph Surrounded by large canvas filled with floating geometric shapes overlaying slashes and other transparent forms of colour,… Read More
After six years supporting and promoting emerging and established artists in the digital world, FAD, is about to cross over into the real world this October to showcase a hand-picked selection of London’s most exciting emerging and established creative talent at The new STRARTA Art Fair.
oung London 2013 is the third in V22’s series of annual exhibitions which present a snapshot of emerging cultural and artistic attitudes and trends in London as perceived by a new generation of young artists.
Last November The Other Art Fair generated over £125,000 over 4 days.
The Catlin Guide 2013 is an introduction to 40 of the most exciting new graduate and postgraduate artists, selected by curator Justin Hammond from a nationwide survey of UK art schools.
To be honest I’d rather be a musician than an artist, one of those minimal composer instrumental types, like Fennesz or Murcof, but I can’t play any instruments to save my life, so I’ve had to do the best I can with the abilities I was born with, never mind.
Conall McAteer: Catlin Guide artist preview number 1
Last year onsite sales reached £120,000 for the 80 participating artists.
Narratives are very important in all my work. I use colours, shapes and textures to fuse some aspects of my identity, my travel experiences but also societal narratives. I explore the fragile balance between mankind and nature.
My work is inspired by place – often construction, or line/shape. I love taking the ordinary (be it a building or object) and making it into something completely new and exciting – shifting peoples perceptions and giving new experiences.