This is it. It is lunch and I am craving, not food, but a good art show to go and check out, preferably a short distance from the office. I quickly gathered my thoughts and here I am on my way to Zari gallery on Newman street (London) or this is where I thought I … Continue reading Gordon Cheung’s at Edel Assanti gallery
We are looking forward to Pride & Prejudice, the new show from Dale Grimshaw at WellHung gallery and guess what? We have two signed posters of the flyer show (see left) to give away to two of our readers so get involved and refer to panel on the right. _____ 23 MARCH – 29 APRIL Private View: … Continue reading Dale Grimshaw at WellHung gallery – win a signed poster
If you have been near Trafalgar Square in London, you must have noticed a 7m high sculpture looking like a thumbs up. This particular pedestal on the square is called the Fourth Plinth and the current artist showing their works is David Shrigley. So what’s next for the Fourth Plinth? 2018 & 20 shortlists announced London’s National Gallery … Continue reading So what’s next for the Fourth Plinth?
Artist Alexander Newley is delighted to announce his solo exhibition ‘Portraits in Character – supporting St Martin-in-the-Fields’, in the Crypt of St Martin’s, Trafalgar Square from 7th to 21st November. The exhibition is to run in partnership with St Martin-in-the-Fields, a fitting location for the exhibition, with its proximity to the National Portrait Gallery and … Continue reading ‘Portraits in Character’ by Alexander Newley at St Martin’s in-the-Fields
We have been following the rise of Carne Griffiths, an artist painting with unusual mediums such as tea, who has become an established and respected figure in the art world. ‘Momentary’, his biggest solo show to date, he told us, is opening today to the grand public so we met the artist and asked a … Continue reading Momentary, the new solo show by Carne Griffiths