The Top 5 Online only Exhibitions include: Stardom, dancing, power, faces and layers.
There are lots of art events happening in London; talks, workshops, tours, discussions and many many more during Frieze week here are some really interesting ones.
Why do art fairs want lots of non-buyers to attend?
Internationally renowned for discovering, mentoring and supporting talent in contemporary art. Submissions are now invited for 2015/2016 selection.
A landscape painter who uses wallpaper as his medium
JUST ANNOUNCED! Gavin Turk, will be selling a new collection of signed photographic editions at The Other art fair
The Other Art Fair goes from strength to strength with an exciting new Bloomsbury location for April, new Bristol Fair for June and an array of special guest artists for 2015 announced.
Moniker have just announced their exhibiting galleries this year and they are now attracting a diverse and interesting selection of galleries from around the globe.
Future Tense presents FORM opening 17th of October as part of Moniker Art Fair and the Other Art Fair @Old Truman Brewery
Best known for his award winning typographic city map series, Mark Andrew Webber’s FORM is the result of several years of experimentation
with line drawing and consists of a series of beautifully conceived mini-studies, which use basic sets of rules in order to create both deceptively simple and impossibly complex shapes and patterns
We have reason to be excited at the continued conversation between the two artists work.
As a Frieze week special and on top of his usual Top 5, Tabish Khan brings you five art fairs in London to visit this week. Each one comes with a short synopsis to decide whether it’s for you.
Over four days Moniker shines a spotlight on a generation of artists influenced by the urban environment and its related subcultures, showcasing established and emerging artists along with a creative programme of events including live painting, talks, tours, film screenings and exclusive art releases.
Creating images was always about telling a story, whether a stand-alone iconic image, a series of images, a book, or a film, a natural evolu- tion of the same line of enquiry and my own personal creative journey.
The show represents some of the best of emerging art in London, each of the artists on display hail from different backgrounds, all equally prestigious and full of promise.
Again confirming its belief and support of the emerging art scene FAD has teamed up with Jester Jacques Gallery, to proudly present ‘Electric Moon Candy,’ showcasing the artwork of Rob Bellman, Chris Daniels, Super Future Kid, Steven Quinn and Nicholas Goodden
I have had a long fascination with the politics and poetics of landscape. Growing up in the industrialised and mined landscapes of South Africa much of my work was informed by the aesthetic, the history and the changing socio-political attitudes towards the South African landscape…
The majority of my work involves cutting into existing paintings made by artists known or unknown. I look for gilt-framed paintings on canvas. The older the better because there are interesting things to be found on the back of an old or new painting.
My aim is to photograph the soul of my subjects, people and things. My aim is to wake up the viewer, to make him ask questions about himself and the meaning of life, to make him see beauty in ordinary things. To make him aware of things
Continuing our support for emerging artists and our partnership with The Other Art Fair we are interviewing some of the artists showing at the Spring 2013 edition of The Other Art Fair first up is Ben Gooding :