End Youth Homelessness invited artists to interpret the theme ‘Home is where…’ to help raise money and awareness for the work they do getting vulnerable young people into safe and secure accommodation.
‘The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London’ this week include: Surreal portraits, lights, beams, Americana, Trump, illustrations and supporting artists.
Ruins, Georgian architecture, water filled sculpture, a skyline cut in half, atmospheric domesticity, the underworld and art in a hospital.
Mosaics, punks, kinetic art, Lucio Fontana, fake news, optical illusions and collage.
A surreal homage, monochrome art, the refugees crisis, childhood nostalgia and moderation
A merciless graphic novel imagines what would happen if Anish Kapoor and Antony Gormley were dropped on Afghanistan. Its creator explains his hallucinatory romp
For The Weekend go visit ILLUSTRATED 2015
Contemporary cartographic art by international street and graffiti artists to be the first exhibition in Somerset House’s recently opened New Wing.
In 2015, we are taking the Share Your Art series to the next level with exhibitions in London and New York. What themes would you like to tackle?
Preview is a new art and technology gallery in the heart of Angel, London.
She dated Marc Bolan, lived with Gloria Steinem – and captured a country in change. Ahead of a major retrospective, Barbara Nessim talks shoes, salsa and suffering
Christopher Worker Patrick Schmid Mike Hazard ‘Kurt and the Gang’ expanded by BELLY KIDSFEBRUARY ‘Kurt and the Gang’ is a… Read More
Exhibiting solo for the first time Nathan brings his characters to life. Exploring a plethora of mediums developing his characters and taking them to a 3 dimensional level enabling viewer’s to hear and see Nathans characters in different surroundings.
FAD Talks to Claire Catterall and Sarah Mann to find out more about this years Pick Me Up 2012, a… Read More
Minimalist Super Heroes
Nearly a year ago, David Meldrum, set himself an unusual artistic and culinary challenge. Starting on 15th June 2010, he… Read More
Faris Badwan, frontman of The Horrors, will present a new exhibition of his drawings, artwork and projections at The Book… Read More
“It was the covers of Mills and Boon romantic novels that first caught my eye,” says Hannah Rollings referring to… Read More