Rhizomatic is an experimental, decentralised curatorial system based on the concept of the Rhizome, as explored in Deleuze and Guattariâ€™s philosophical masterpiece A Thousand Plateaus. This is Departure Galleryâ€™s largest and most ambitious... Read more
This November 2010 London Miles gallery presents a themed group exhibition featuring a bold selection from the International Contemporary art movement.
Where contemporary artists hark back to the masters of past movements paying homage to what was not... Read more
A collective artist has formed behind the concept of customizing water pots for charity.
A simple idea to hopefully raise loads of money. Loads and well notorious artists such as Tracey Emin, Pure Evil or the Chapman brothers, have answered yes to this... Read more
â€˜Made in Britainâ€™ – a Themed group exhibition featuring all new 24 x 24 inch artworks from a selection of talented artists living and working in the UK.
London Miles Gallery personally invites you to our upcoming themed group show... Read more
Summer time and outdoors urban art exhibition sound like they are made for each other so you imagine my excitement when I heard about the Whitecross street party.
I am lucky enough to work quite near the area and had unfairly some might say went a few... Read more
A group of specially selected artists that have come together to produce their unique interpretations of the legendary Howard Marks (known as an elite British drug smuggler)
Artists taking part include Goldie, Charles Lutz and Terry Cryer, and these... Read more
An exhibition and silent auction featuring Brooklyn-based artists
FRIDAY, JUNE 25TH, 7-11PM
Following the success of the inaugural print show auction here at 99% Gallery, with almost 500 in attendance, comes Brooklyn Stand Up, where local Brooklyn artists... Read more
Digital Media, the new solo exhibition by Skullphone, aims to bring the playfulness, obsession, irony and anxiety of the Los Angeles-based artists’ renowned street installations into the Subliminal Projects space.
In Digital Media, Skullphone examines... Read more
I had never heard about the C4RD (Centre for Recent Drawing) before and was happily surprised to find out that Hand Joy, a group show of contemporary artists was actually happening a throw stone away from where I live in Highbury & Islington –... Read more
A few days ago, I met the Paul Sakoilsky, the curator for Object-Culture, read the post here, the first of four pop up shows happening back to back throughout April and May 2010. Paul kindly sent the pictures below of the opening night (photos credits:... Read more