1 April 2015 • daniel barnes
In anticipation of the opening of his new solo show, The Top Ten, I wanted to interview Hayden Kays about his values and ideas.
27 March 2015 • daniel barnes
Hayden Kays’ art performs an immaculate fusion of Pop Art aesthetics with YBA sensibilities. His point of reference is the relationship between the present moment in mass culture and the ghosts of the past …
8 July 2014 • Staff
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you with the choice Jenny Judova picks a few
20 November 2013 • Mark Westall
The Hot One Hundred is a showcase of one hundred of Hayden Kays’ celebrated typewriter pieces, the sell out feature of his 2012 Cob Gallery solo show, Household Name.
12 September 2013 • Mark Westall
The Cob Gallery is showing the excellent Phoebe Collings-James multi-disciplinary solo show Lament for the Walking Dead, a fluent eruption of unexpected spectres and sticky sexuality.
24 February 2012 • Mark Westall
A London debut exhibition of the artist’s personal collection of ephemera and collectibles, co-curated with the artist, will provide the backdrop to Doherty’s archive and specially created new ‘blood’ paintings.
REVIEW | Cityscapes and Dreamscapes that Affirm and Transform | Fred Sorrell and Merlin Ramos | Stop, Look, Listen at The Cob Gallery | until Thursday
9 August 2011 • Rachel Bennett
Stop Look Listen at The Cob Gallery is Fred Sorrell and Merlin Ramos’ fourth exhibition together. The show amasses a body… Read More