Contemporary British poetic artist, Robert Montgomery has revealed his latest public artwork in Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross: a light poem honouring his personal connection to the iconic London destination.
Flora Fairbairn & Co have partnered with curator and art advisor Katie Heller on Once Upon a Time…, a
presentation exploring folklore, myths and fairytales.
New Pavilion’s inaugural project is an exclusive NFT release from acclaimed contemporary artist Robert Montgomery. YOU ARE AN AGENT OF… Read More
A library celebrating immigrants, modern slavery, soap reliefs, an archive, giant heads, equal pay for women and lots of lights.
The Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) have announced the unveiling of a sculptural commission by internationally acclaimed artist, Robert Montgomery.
Robert Montgomery opens a major exhibition with a bold return to painting, the works galvanise Montgomery’s recent artistic objective that calls for a political and aesthetic re-invigoration of the “Modernist Dream”.
Royal Society for Blind Children has commissioned artist, Robert Montgomery to create an artwork directly inspired by blind and partially sighted children.
Following on from the great response from the public during Art Night, Time for Outrage! is taking over East London and will be on display in Shoreditch on the prominent billboards of the Great Eastern Wall Gallery for the summer.
The Art Conference is founded by contemporary art curator Tina Ziegler..
“Signs that Say What You Want Them to Say…” Lights of Soho will be accepting submissions from new and established light artists for a show that will be guest curated by artist Robert Montgomery
Following a complete refurbishment, Lights of Soho, London’s newest art gallery and member’s lounge, will launch on 28 May, operating… Read More
Group Show PREPOSTEROUS opens tonight.
pictures from Robert Montgomery show.
Montgomery’s work references the Situationist tradition of capturing the audience’s attention in unexpected ways within the public realm.
Robert Montgomery’s work for our show Orientale* was originally intended to float in the Lagoon, moored directly outside the Palladio on Giudecca that houses our gallery-space. A 4 meter long skiff carrying a solar-powered sign that glows with the legend “ALL PALACES ARE TEMPORARY PALACES”.
Credit: David Dorrell. Meltdown (Art: Urs Fischer: ‘Untitled’ in the Arsenale) We were friends and we had a communion of… Read More
A series of mysterious billboards began to appear on appear on the streets of East London around Old Street and… Read More