Here’s an artist whose work I think you’ll like. I caught up with London based Joe Madeira to ask some questions about his sexually suggestive masterpieces, virtual exhibitions, digital drawing and what he’s up to next.
The run up to degree shows across London’s art schools are always exciting times, they’re even more so when you spot the exceptionally talented new artists ready to rise. Introducing Oli Epp.
Here’s an artist I think you’ll like. She creates amazing abstract paintings that she doesn’t always like to call “paintings”. She’s contemporary visual artist Tess Williams.
The works were fantastically chaotic yet clean-cut and highly addictive. Barry Reigate’s exhibition at Castor Projects happened last month and it is still on my mind, so I’d like you to join me in taking another look.
The much awaited photography exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery has opened and has become the world’s first to explore the history of the selfie. Scroll down to see what I found inside...
On the 7th March, Central Saint Martins in partnership with Liquitex and Cass Art launched this year’s Big White Wall. The Big White Wall is an annual competition open to all CSM students to submit proposals for how they would use the space to create a large-scale temporary artwork.
I visited Griffin Gallery in West London on the weekend to see one of their best shows to date. Architecture As Metaphor, a show that includes artists such as Tony Carter, Rachel Whiteread and Michael Craig-Martin. A must-see show on until the 21st of April 2017.
There are so many art galleries in London that sometimes it seems there is just too much to see. But the truth is that you can never have enough art! On rare occassions impressive galleries open, leaving you wanting more. Here’s The Gallery of Everything, on Chiltern Street in West London.
I finally met Henry Hussey, a contemporary artist whose work I’ve been following for the past few years. We caught up at Sketch, where his current exhibition ‘Invisible Anchors of Time’ is on show.
Introducing, a capsule collection by MSGM in collaboration with contemporary artist and rising talent Henry Hussey.
I reviewed Gavin Turk's new exhibition 'Who What When Where How & Why' at Newport Street Gallery on opening day and here are six artworks you need to see when you visit.
I went back to Whitechapel to check out an exhibition at Gallery 46 by an all-female group of emerging artists who create work which responds to home and the body.
Nathaniel Rackowe's 'Black Shed Expanded' goes on show in Parasol Unit's back garden as part of their Winter Light series.
Jeff Koons opens an exhibition of gazing ball paintings and sculptures at Almine Rech's new gallery space in Grosvenor Hill, London.