Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five exhibitions to see in person now that galleries are opening again this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
WHEN SHIT HITS THE FAN AGAIN – Nan Goldin, Shezad Dawood, Emma Larsson & Chrissie Hynde support emerging artists.
Many art-related events, including Guts Gallery’s, have either been cancelled or postponed, causing a large economic impact on artists globally…. Read More
‘Suture’ is the opening exhibition at Niru Ratnam Gallery, bringing together the work of three artists, Kobby Adi, Lydia Blakeley and Jala Wahid.
‘Suture’, the opening exhibition at Niru Ratnam Gallery, brings together the work of three artists, Kobby Adi, Lydia Blakeley and Jala Wahid. The exhibition is loosely structured around the notion of suture.
Guts Gallery present ‘When shit hits the fan’ a digital Instagram exhibition opening this Thursday 26th March.
Guts gallery want to challenge this, putting their ethos of supporting underrepresented contemporary voices into action by navigating this set back through a digital Instagram exhibition.
I just thought, I’m going to strip everything back to the mundane. Religion, Sperm, Orgasms, the iPhone.
British artist Richie Culver recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss his unique combination of text and image, his recent social-media storm surrounding a particularly polarising painting, and the work he has made for ‘Full English’, a group exhibition at Platform Southwark