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.
DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics ?is the first institutional exhibition to expand on the traditional representations of drag, involving drag queens, drag kings and bio drags from different generations and backgrounds.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon and it’s been expanded to a humongous nine exhibitions
Artist and curator Tyler Mallison has developed a show in Deptford which in fact celebrates this ungovernable life which objects, materials and the body always give rise to.
Paul Kindersley, we spotted him on twitter a few years ago but now just seemed the right time to contact him and ask a few questions.
Sluice, which is artist and curator led, offers a welcoming counterpoint to the shopping mall sensations of Regent’s Park.
‘I do find it very frustrating when people are too afraid to be anything than what is prescribed. I enjoy characters and looks that are on the edges’.
Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place, explores the currents of change, unearthing the elements that come together to rupture boundaries and challenge opinion.
The Xmas BOGOF features an eclectic range of works donated by artists on the contemporary art scene.
The principle is very simple; all works of art are £100 and they are all buy-one-get-one-free.
A sideways antidote to the Olympics… For one night only a Pop Up event featuring artists films and live art… Read More