You searched for: abstract


Abstract painter Sandra Blow’s new show at Fine Art Society

"Stripes" by Sandra Blow | Art-Pie

Abstract painter Sandra Blow’s new show at Fine Art Society is entitled “Eleven Works” and is opening on the 9th January 2017. “Stripes” by Sandra Blow | detail The Fine Art Society will present eleven large- scale canvases by the English abstract painter Sandra Blow RA (1925-2006). Spanning a period of almost 30 years, the show will include a number of works which have never been exhibited before. A pioneer of the abstract art movement in the 1950s,... Read More

Gimme gimme abstract art at the London Art Fair

On our way to the Business Centre, where the London Art fair takes place, we could not help but speculating about what we would see and remembered all the wonders we saw in the past years. A quick ushering through by the fair staff and we were in. Thursday evening is a good day to go at the fair as you are sure to find on your path some waiting staff eagerly willing to hand you over free bottles of beers. We thought we’ll go around the ground floor as well as the first floor... Read More

Remi Rough at Blackall studios: abstract-ive

I have always been sceptical about abstract art, never knowing whether I like it or not. I can enjoy it but can rarely get ecstatic about it. Well Remi Rough and the likes of Augutine Kofie or Jaybo Monk are maybe about to radically change this. They are (and a few others – find out who here) are members of what is called the urban abstract movement which has for starting point the reshape of letters of the alphabet and their integration into an urban context – find... Read More

Remi/Rough and Steve More at Blackall studios: urban abstract

Remi/Rough and Steve More are leading a new school of post-graffiti artists and this will be the first UK exhibition to showcase the movement. A is an exhibition at the forefront of an urban abstract movement whose roots come from a time before the hype of street art. Interest in this movement is steadily gaining momentum and Remi/Rough and Steve More are amongst its finest exponents. Read More  Read More

‘Intentional Abstractions’, solo show by Brett Amory at The Outsiders

Intentional Abstractions marks the artist’s first solo show in the UK. The exhibition comprises of a collection of paintings based on a Amory’s ‘Waiting’ series, which focuses on travelers waiting on undergrounds, subways and platforms. Read More  Read More