19 April 2022 • Bella Bonner-Evans
Emerging Painter Rebecca Gilpin shares her advice for other emerging artists ahead of her Duo Show ROAM at Fitzrovia Gallery opening this week.
Lord Ohene Okyere-Bour ‘My motive is to create a space for everyone to look back on their past to look forwards to their future’
27 May 2021 • Mark Westall
We managed to catch up with Ghanaian artist Lord Ohene Okyere-Bour ahead of his inclusion in the group show 10… Read More
“10” – a powerful exhibition of cutting edge artists examining the ways in which the body is understood during a transformative period in history.
18 May 2021 • Mark Westall
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.
24 November 2020 • Mark Westall
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.
30 April 2020 • Mark Westall
PM/AM are giving you an opportunity to catch up with Brooklyn based artist Anthony Miler during his residency in London.
PM/AM present 02 a group exhibition that explores the connections between mysticism, narrative and cosmological vitality
5 June 2019 • Mark Westall
PM/AM present 02, a group exhibition that explores the connections between mysticism, narrative and cosmological vitality featuring the paintings of Tom Howse, Pierre Knop and Anthony Miler.
3 September 2017 • Tabish Khan
The Top 7 art exhibitions to see in London this week include: Black & white, Anime, Animals, Satire, Spindly sculptures, Strange creatures & Young love
11 November 2015 • Mark Westall
This is the first solo exhibition in the UK by the German-American artist Stefan Behlau.
20 July 2015 • Tabish Khan
This week’s top 5 includes nuclear explosions, religious imagery, electric shocks, beautiful women and street culture