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Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic normally picks five exhibitions to see in London, but as we’re in lockdown in the UK he has switched to books to read.
BSMT in collaboration with OLLY STUDIO to bring the delicate, layered style of Dutch collage Street Artist Perishable Rush to BSMT for an introductory show.
Thrashbird embarked on a painting expedition searching for an opportunity to let his ‘imagination run free.‘ amidst the grounds of an abandoned concrete plant, Thrashbird found ‘a maze of giant broken concrete monoliths’ which became the site for his project: ‘Thrashbird’s valley of secret values.’
Cult American artist, Kenny Scharf, the grandfather of Street Art, who alongside friends Haring and Basquiat founded the street art movement in 1980s New York with his surreal pop art murals, is to have his first UK exhibition for ten years in London.
Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides and his Lazinc co-founder Wissam Al Mana are going to exhibit an influential collection of Banksy’s most iconic images this summer.
“SPACED OUT” is going to be a mesmerising double-solo show, featuring legendary street artists James Marshall (aka Dalek) and Buff Monster, united together in the same exhibition for the first time. Opening during Armory Week.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this week include: A triathlon, eyes, street art, colours, dance, abstract worlds and city living.
Inventor Anirudh Sharma is capturing carbon from car exhausts to turn it into ink. And he’s got his eye on London’s black cabs next
ARNOLFINI X THE FUTURE TENSE is a weekend-long series of events programmed by Bristol-based independent art platform The Future Tense, taking place in and around the Grade II listed Arnolfini
Giant smiley marks launch of year-long celebration of radical book, to take in everything from street art to fashion
This week’s top 5 includes nuclear explosions, religious imagery, electric shocks, beautiful women and street culture
This week’s top 5 features a hoarder’s squat, coloured smoke, contemporary vanitas painting, haunting photographs and vibrant street art
For The Weekend go visit ILLUSTRATED 2015
We may be able to see it from space, but the world’s largest gif is really just an advertising stunt. We still need a real artist to create the first digital masterpiece
After a ceremonial event to mark the preservation of the hallowed undercroft is blocked, skaters must question how open the space really is