How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? Find out at AMP gallery as it becomes an artist-led cafe
7 April 2019 • Irene Machetti
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? AMP gallery have turned into an artist-run-cafe to investigate. 12 artists will deliver holistic edible experiences, designing everything from furniture to butter.
Huma Kabakci talks to Paloma Proudfoot and Lindsey Mendick about their show, feminism, Medusa and PROUDICKOCK!
15 November 2018 • Huma Kabakci
PROUDICK, the first collaborative exhibition by artists and best friends Lindsey Mendick and Paloma Proudfoot, opened on 7th November to a huge crowd at the Hannah Barry Gallery in London
29 October 2018 • Mark Westall
Proudick is the first collaborative exhibition of artists and friends Paloma Proudfoot and Lindsey Mendick. Drawing from the tradition of celebrity-couple portmanteaus, the artists have rebranded themselves as Proudick for the duration of the exhibition.
26 September 2018 • Staff
I headed over to Exmouth market for a day that had been marked in my calendar for months now. Sasha Galitzine’s Salon 63 was finally taking over barbershops, hairdressers, salons and health clubs along the 63’s route from Clerkenwell to Peckham.
Open Space Contemporary set to take over the historic Whiteleys Shopping Centre with ‘Adventitious Encounters’
5 March 2018 • Mark Westall
Adventitious Encounters is a group exhibition from Open Space Contemporary with 20 internationally acclaimed, emerging and established contemporary artists. Co-curated by Huma Kabakc and Anna Skladmann, the exhibition is held on the sky-roof of the historic Whiteleys Shopping Centre, a space rarely open to the public.
26 February 2018 • Staff
After spending some time reflecting on mirrors, I decided to spend the rest of my week focusing on clay.
The medium took me to two shows, one at Hotel Contemporary and the other at Josh Lilley.
16 February 2018 • Mark Westall
FORM is the debut exhibition in a three-part series to run over the course of 2018. NEW WORK: FORM, SUBJECT, MATERIAL aims to exhibit selected groups of young, international multidisciplinary artists who bring distinct voices and striking approaches to these three fields of enquiry.