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
To celebrate Otto Schade‘s upcoming solo show at Well Hung Gallery, we are giving away one of Otto’s latest limited edition screen-prints called ‘Cop for a load’. To win this amazing piece (click to enlarge), you need to subscribe to our newsletter or share this article via your favourite social media channels. * indicates required Email … Continue reading Otto Schade solo show at Well Hung gallery
Ross M Brown has a new solo exhibition at Lacey Contemporary Gallery called – Concrete Myths. This new body of work was created following a research trip to the derelict Haludovo Palace Hotel on Kirk Island, a 1970s luxury resort designed by Modernist architect Boris Magas. Brown depicts the dilapidated location in a series of large scale … Continue reading Ross M Brown’s solo exhibition CONCRETE MYTHS
Just watch it until the end. If you like graffiti and street art, you will watch it again.
The show opened on 19th September and is now in full swing for a three week duration. Within his broad repertoire are portrayals of gangsters, multi-nationals, evolution, politics, religion, the class system and general Mickey taking. This new body of work however is a closely guarded secret, very few images or sneak peeks will be … Continue reading T.wat solo show at Graffik gallery