10’ is an examination of the ways in which the body is understood in a transformative period in history, where the future is both de ned and mysterious, the past distant and obscure, and how it relates to the psyche in increasingly complex ways.
In early spring, in an attempt to understand the effects of the pandemic from the perspective of the expressive mind, PM/AM initiated a discussion between a group of artists, opening up an exchange that brought a number of topics into the unique frame of pandemic life–the art world, productivity, politics, society, psychology, media, technology, domestic life.
PM/AM are giving you an opportunity to catch up with Brooklyn based artist Anthony Miler during his residency in London.
Most evenings the London art scene can yield plenty of variety, but a recent Thursday provided a particularly enjoyable set of contrasts, so much so that I ran late…
The ever growing influence of digitised imagery in painting is beckoning in a new era of abstraction.
In 1995 a group of Atlanta rappers called Goodie Mobb imortalised the phrase ‘DIRTY SOUTH’ – a term used to describe an evolution in Southern American ‘street culture’ that would captivate a young America and become one of the most significant and lucrative movements in the history of American popular culture.