CHRISTY LEE ROGERS: OTHERWORDLY
look beyond the finite boundaries of what's in front of us
SUE DRAY: LIFE DOCUMENTED IN MOTION
No fashion event these days is complete without the presence of legendary illustrator Sue Dray working from the wings
MARK CHARLES: ART AS LIFE
Mark Charles’ perpetual act for creating chaos is not usually for effect- to the contrary, it is an out of body reaction to the fucked-up world we live in
JAMES EARLEY: ACTIVISM & ART
One of the world’s leading Hyperrealism artists. His works challenge society and capitalist culture
BRIAN REINKER: PAPER-SCISSORS-ROCK
Working in the language of landscape and topography
A REPRESENTATION OF DIFFERENT ARTISTS
Representing art from around the world, carefully developed and curated into an exhibition
VINCENT KAMP DEBUT FILM ‘QUEEN OF DIAMONDS’
a stylish short film scripted by Kamp himself and co-directed with Naeem Mahmood,
PETER MAMMES PRESENTS PRESUMED ALIVE
My new work deals with the colonial history of the British Empire
DAVID LOCK: A MONSTROUS BUT BEAUTIFUL DIALOGUE
Only recently, people thought the USA and the UK were reliable western democracies but now we are looking like a hopeless mess
BENJAMIN MURPHY: ARTS INNER THOUGHTS
A stable part of the London art scene, yet not affiliated to any particular scene
REMEMBERING WOODSTOCK BY THOSE WHO WERE THERE
It might be fifty years since Woodstock, but its reputation for free love in '69 has stood the test of time
STEPHEN ANTHONY DAVIDS: NOT CONFORMING TO A TRIBE
The art world is underpinned by class as much as by race. Where do I begin?
MAGNUS GJOEN COLLABORATES WITH BALDI HOME JEWELS
Contemporary artist Magnus Gjoen has designed a series of sculptures in collaboration with Baldi Home Jewels
DESIGNS ON THE FUTURE
Pioneering British artist, Alex Chinneck who descended on Italy at Milan Design Week with one creative intent...
Bahrain Art Week London: Legacy and Memory
Accumulation: Legacy and Memory will bring a selection of contemporary and modern art from Bahrain to London
ART IN ABU DHABI
Think of Abu Dhabi, and contemporary art might not be the first thing that springs to mind.
ALA.NI: UNIQUE VOCAL LAYERING
Layering up hundreds of vocal tracks, some of which imitate the sounds of instruments, building a hypnotic world
ROMINA RESSIA: ‘THE AGE OF DECADENCE’
Ressia adopts the simplistic narrative of Flemish realism, no background confusion or ostentatious displays of wealth.
PORTRAITS OF THE ARTISTS
These larger than life characters within the context of the 1980s dynamic New York scene.
JASPER LÉONARD: AMSTERDAM RESIZED
Showing Amsterdam in a completely new and unique vision, as unique as Amsterdam is itself.
EMMA WITTER: REMEMBER YOU MUST DIE
Having explored the use of bone in varying forms, Witters has developed a fascination for the stark bleached whiteness
GEORG KARL PFAHLER: COLOR AND SPACE
Focussing on the dynamic between shapes with a deeper relationship between space and color
Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism
Over 100 years ago Pablo Picasso journeyed to Italy for a few extraordinary weeks in Rome and Naples with Jean Cocteau
WHEN FASHION MEETS SHAKESPEARE
Lee Lapthorne is a many of man hats- and is understandably well respected in the fashion industry.
HEN: AN EXHIBITION BY BEX DAY
Aiming to expose gender stereotypes, and explore how they have affected the older transgender community
MOTHMEISTER: Post-Mortem Fairy Tales
Mothmeister: ‘Weird And Wonderful Post-Mortem Fairy Tails’ a new book by the artist duo open’s up a channel of vision and thought into their world
Zhuang Hong Yi: Tactile and Evocative
A personal relationship in the presence of the works is essential to appreciate the three-dimensional nature and colours.
Jas Bhachu releasees limited edition print collection
Isn't it good to shop responsibly while supporting important charities and social movements
Moniker Art Fair: Challenges concept ofurban art
Bringing existing and new collectors the latest trends, guidance, and early access to acclaimed urban and contemporary artists for many years
HARU stuck-on design developed by Nitto
HARU stuck-on design was developed by Nitto, a company established in Japan in 1918
ETRO: MAN MACHINE BY PATRICK TRESSET
The robots, representing stylised minimal artists, are only capable of drawing obsessively. Their bodies are old school desks on which the drawing paper is pinned.
The Young Kubrick: Photographic Essays on NY
Before becoming the critically acclaimed filmmaker responsible for such iconic films as Dr. Strangelove and The Shining...
Michael Leonard: First UK Retrospective Exhibition
Henry Miller Fine Art presents the first-ever UK retrospective of Michael Leonard’s work, including drawings and paintings from the 1960’s to the 2000's.
Giacomo Brunelli's New York
Giacomo Brunelli's New York series belongs to a long and rich photographic tradition of celebrated photographers