Organised by Patch – a London-based curatorial collective (led by Katie Heller and Annabel Cary) – New British 2013 will transform the unique, four-storey Georgian town house of The Lloyds Club into an exhibition of the highest calibre of burgeoning new talent.
PayneShurvell Projects features new work by Andrew Curtis, curated by Annabel Cary, in a temporary space in North London.
This will be the first solo show in the UK by Paris-based artist Marie-Jeanne Hoffner.
PayneShurvell is to present a new solo show with the painter Hannah Brown.
Architectures aren’t containers for human needs – but needs and humanities are being generated by architecture. Buildings aren’t neutral boxes for communities, but communities are being formed and governed by them.
Bruce McLean Signing of latest edition ‘Their Grassy Places’ at PayneShurvell Saturday 17th December 2011
Stop by PayneShurvell this Saturday afternoon to meet Bruce McLean when he will be signing copies of his latest edition ‘Their Grassy Places
This Saturday join Fox&Squirrel for a wander around the artistic hive of East London. The walk takes in an area… Read More
Thursday FADMap time – click on the map to check out what’s going on in London this evening. View FADMAP… Read More
PayneShurvell presents ‘Substance & Accident’, a solo exhibition by Dermot O’Brien. On Show a new large-scale installation in iron and… Read More
4by4 Every collaboration is the result of a sin at Payne Shurvell Part of ADF Preview and Interviews
4by4, an audacious series of shows for September in association with Neville Brody’s ADF: four curators / four shows / four publications / four weeks.
A Bright and Guilty Place. Thirteen artists, working in mixed-media, interpret the notion of mapping and ‘place’.The title of the… Read More