We were lucky enough to attend the opening of “Critical’, the new solo show of Dave White at the Chelsea premises of the Loughran gallery.
We met Dave a few months ago at his studio in Dorset when he was in the middle of producing the paintings... Read more
A quick stop at home to drop our bags and off we went to Kachette in Shoreditch for the Press launch night of the latest show curated by Moniker Projects front man, Frankie Shea. We were thrilled for the invite and looked forward to seeing the artworks... Read more
Not sure about you, but right now is a very exciting period for me. Yes, it is that time of the year when London gets very busy with a multitude of art fairs.
On one hand, you have the well established or ever growing in popularity ones such as Frieze,... Read more
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... Read more
We met up earlier today with Tom and Craig, better known at WeLikeStatic to have a sneak peak at their solo show opening tomorrow at Whisper Fine Art on Eastcastle street, London.
The place was buzzing with still “loads to do” but the team... Read more
Gaston Gouron is a visual media artist based in Brussels. His work caught my attention at a show about art books. Not by surprise, yet I think more by design, I had picked out each of Gaston’s three artworks on display before swooping in to catch a... Read more
London Art Fair is the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art fair. Galleries from across the UKand overseas will present the work of over 1,000 artists covering the period from the early 20th century to the present day. You will see museum... Read more
Funding cuts aplenty and rent price hikes it’s no wonder galleries are tiptoeing around trying to make the best decisions when it comes to their businesses. So there was surprise when art collector Jay Joplin announced the opening of his third London... Read more
With the new body of work, French embraces modern technologies, and although each image is drawn from life and inspired by the people and events he observes, he uses his iPhone and iPad to maintain the visual diaries that form the basis of his oeuvre.
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In 2007 the global population living in urban environments passed the halfway mark, and that trend is accelerating. As cities become bigger and denser, and within the rigid structures of a mass-market society, truly meaningful personal interactions become... Read more