Other reviews

Faile at Lazarides – part 1

If you like street art or graffiti, you know that you should find some good stuff at Lazarides as these guys have been around for a while and primarily sell this type of art. Artists such as Antony Micallef or Jamie Hewlett to name just a few have seen... Read more

CRASH: homage to JG Ballard at Gagosian gallery

Giant Triple Mushroom by Carsten Holler You could not say no to an exhibition where you would get to see pieces from artists such as Andy Warhol and Ed Ruscha without having to hop between venues across town, well you do not have to do that anymore... Read more

Augustine Kofie at White Walls

A Group Show – Never A Dull Moment Curated by iO Wright at White Walls, San Francisco is now underway and I wish I could jump on the plane right now and go and enjoy it with my own eyes. The collective of artists have all got a graffiti art background... Read more

Chris Bracey: the neon man

When I was told about that exhibition – the ‘neon man”, I did not know whether my mate was making a joke or whether there was really something going on but still I had no idea what it could have been all about until I went on to the... Read more

The Lock Up exhibition: just what I like

I knew I would not be disappointed when I heard about the Lock Up exhibition and disappointed I wasn’t, oh no, I was overwhelmed. By the way, that event happened last year (20th Nov till 10th Dec 2009), yes I know it is a bit late to report on it... Read more

Gordon Cheung at Room: multi media artist

I always find fascinating when an artist can juggle between medias or techniques, when artists can be as varied as Gordon Cheung is. It is definitely a sign of open mindedness and in this case also talent. Pyrographics, spray paint, oil, acrylics, sculpture,... Read more

Born in the streets – New York city legends

I do not go to Paris very often – fact. Quality not quantity they say, well it was definitely quality this time. ‘Born in the streets’exhibition was one of a those events not to miss if you like street art and especially graffiti. Read... Read more

The Fiesta Resistance: mixed medias at its best

I may have never heard about this exhibition if Twitter did not exist so let me thank you Twitter first, some do not get you little Twitter tool, ART-PIE heart you little Twitter tool. A swift click on that link from that tweet I got and am now onto the... Read more

Flying eyeball exhibition & pop up show – Gallery 27

I got a flyer telling me about that exhibition – ‘Flying Eyeball presents Exhibition & Pop Up Shop’ when I went to the Lock Up exhibition last week (will post about it soon). I looked again at the flyer and after reading the artists... Read more