Unit London just launched Platform, an online exhibitions programme highlighting urgent socio-political issues. Participating artists create new works engaging with a political, cultural or social issue that they feel close to. In alignment with the core social principle of the programme, 10% of sales proceeds from each exhibition will benefit a charity nominated by the artist and/or curator.
Blood and ash, pollution, a lost ship, crucifixion, small works and plants.
Peformance, bling, escapism, wooden assemblages, figures, colours, rococo, a headless policeman and colourful screens.
A lead lined internment camp, chavs, blue heads, spinning decay and mummified beings.
Jackson Pollock, play some drums, an 18th century mystery, giant buttocks and expressive portraits.
Flayed skeletons, political art, painting, portraits and spirit drawings
Paintguide opening tonight (Thursday 26th November) is the world’s first Instagram-curated art exhibition.
FAD has been interviewing artists from the #Paintguide exhibition. Below is out fifth interview, with artist Jeremy Gedes
Painting, printmaking, video art and a shiny climbable installation in this week’s top 5