Posts Tagged: London

London affordable for artists?

Sadiq Khan vows to make London affordable for artists The new Mayor of London says he wants to embed culture in the planning system of the capital with the results including subsidised artists’ studios. The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

London affordable for artists?

Sadiq Khan vows to make London affordable for artists The new Mayor of London says he wants to embed culture in the planning system of the capital with the results including subsidised artists’ studios. The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

‘Nice to be in the Wall Street Journal’

Luke Jerram and Seung-Hwan Oh 4 Nov 2015 — 8 Jan 2016 at Gallery Elena Shchukina in London ‘Impermanence‘ — the idea that all matter collapses — resonates through the work of Luke Jerram and Seung-Hwan Oh. Elements of microbiology have been

‘Nice to be in the Wall Street Journal’

Luke Jerram and Seung-Hwan Oh 4 Nov 2015 — 8 Jan 2016 at Gallery Elena Shchukina in London ‘Impermanence‘ — the idea that all matter collapses — resonates through the work of Luke Jerram and Seung-Hwan Oh. Elements of microbiology have been

ING Discerning Eye 2015

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2015 12 – 22 November – Mall Galleries, London An exhibition of small works curated by: Emma Bridgewater -­ Stephen Doherty -­ Nicole Farhi – Larry Lamb -­ Steve Pill -­ Stephen Snoddy Sponsored by ING Commercial Banking, the

ING Discerning Eye 2015

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2015 12 – 22 November – Mall Galleries, London An exhibition of small works curated by: Emma Bridgewater -­ Stephen Doherty -­ Nicole Farhi – Larry Lamb -­ Steve Pill -­ Stephen Snoddy Sponsored by ING Commercial Banking, the

Recording Britain Now: Society

THE JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2015 | Recording Britain Now: Society Organised by The Big Draw in collaboration with the Guild of St George and The Pilgrim Trust. Deadline for entries: 23 November 2015 We are delighted to announce the return

Recording Britain Now: Society

THE JOHN RUSKIN PRIZE 2015 | Recording Britain Now: Society Organised by The Big Draw in collaboration with the Guild of St George and The Pilgrim Trust. Deadline for entries: 23 November 2015 We are delighted to announce the return

the art world doesn’t consider photography ‘real’ art

Keith Arnatt is proof that the art world doesn’t consider photography ‘real’ art Image: INSTALLATION VIEW, ‘ABSENCE OF THE ARTIST’, SEPTEMBER 1 – SEPTEMBER 26, 2015, SPRÜTH MAGERS LONDON The insatiably curious British photographer waged war on the art world

the art world doesn’t consider photography ‘real’ art

Keith Arnatt is proof that the art world doesn’t consider photography ‘real’ art Image: INSTALLATION VIEW, ‘ABSENCE OF THE ARTIST’, SEPTEMBER 1 – SEPTEMBER 26, 2015, SPRÜTH MAGERS LONDON The insatiably curious British photographer waged war on the art world

Screen

Turps Gallery: Screen You are warmly invited to Turps Gallery for the opening of our next show Screen curated by Benjamin Deakin and Emma Elia-Shaul on Friday 25th September 6.30-8.30 This exhibition explores the illusionary depth of the painted surface.

Screen

Turps Gallery: Screen You are warmly invited to Turps Gallery for the opening of our next show Screen curated by Benjamin Deakin and Emma Elia-Shaul on Friday 25th September 6.30-8.30 This exhibition explores the illusionary depth of the painted surface.

CONTEMPORARY VISIONS 6

BEERS: NEW OPENCALL BEERS London welcomes applications for the sixth annual edition of its open exhibition. Contemporary Visions VI seeks artists whose work and practice identifies and explores current themes, trends, and discoveries in contemporary art across all media and disciplines.

CONTEMPORARY VISIONS 6

BEERS: NEW OPENCALL BEERS London welcomes applications for the sixth annual edition of its open exhibition. Contemporary Visions VI seeks artists whose work and practice identifies and explores current themes, trends, and discoveries in contemporary art across all media and disciplines.