Emma Cousin makes humorous and surreal ‘leggy’ paintings that have already featured in London in two group shows, a solo show and a two-person show in 2017.
Sara Berman’s poised and urbane figurative paintings will feature in two upcoming group shows in London this month: Young Gods at Charlie Smith London and Dark Wood curated by fellow artist Henry Hussey at the Transition Gallery.
Joan Miro’s studio, plants cut from currency, London at night, signatures and a glowing finger
50 artists respond to an invitation to provide items for an alternative and somewhat deranged Sex Shop it’s great fun.
Jenny Judova from Art Map London picks the events to see this week in London
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 …
Eschewing the limited and oppositional categories of ‘bad painting’ or ‘outsider art’, Tales of the Unexpected nevertheless reflects an attitude to painting that deliberately sidesteps the standards of good taste to challenge the conventionally acceptable by engaging playful means, instinctive logic and/or unselfconscious excess.
Image:Helen Turner Fade Away : Between representation and Abstraction Henny Acloque, Phillip Allen, Tim Bailey, Nathan Barlex, Mike Bartlett, Alice… Read More
Vestige- Molly Beth White and Lewis Dalton Gilbert at Transition Gallery Private View Friday 13th August 2010
The Transition Gallery Chelsea Prize is awarded to a graduating BA Fine Art student (or students) from Chelsea College of… Read More
Anton Goldenstein, Rachel Goodyear, Georgia Hayes, Sharon McPhee, Kim L Pace,Cathie Pilkington, Alli Sharma. Gallery open Fri-Sun 12-6pm. Examining the… Read More
1 Danielle Arnaud, David Cotterell, Aesthetic Distance, 6-9pm, info:www.daniellearnaud.com 2 Transition, Too Much is Not Enough, group, Kim L Pace,… Read More