Tag: London


VNA launch party – 14th issue

Another cracking launch party over at East gallery has just happened, this time for the launch of the 14th issue of the VNA magazine. This issue is featuring artist Sickboy on the cover and is full of extras to enjoy- of 2 Sickboy x Edding marker pens, a Sickboy Kiss-cut vinyl sheet and the screen printed cover, signed by Sickboy. VNA has put together an awesome video specially for the event while Mitch at Chasing Ghost London has very kindly agreed to post the pictures he took... Read More

Brett Amory at The Outsiders: waiting on the line

Brett Amory The Outsiders | Art-Pie

Intentional Abstractions is Brett Amory first UK solo show and first show of the year at The Outsiders The works on display are part of the ‘Waiting’ series Brett Amory started back in 2001 in which he depicts morning commuters transiting via BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) stations around San Francisco. Here is what he says about it – “I started the ‘Waiting’ series in 2000. I was working in Emeryville and living in San Fran, so I was commuting via bart.... Read More

Markus Kiebel at Arch402 – Inside Complexity

The first London solo exhibition by German artist Markus Keibel sees a continuation of his interactive site-specific installations, as featured in PORTIZMIR 2 (2010), the triennial of contemporary art held in Izmir, Turkey. Exploring semantic roots and the poetry of materials, Keibel’s work brings to surface enigmatic, abstract forms. Since 2005, the Berlin-based artist has not only developed conceptual site-specific installations, but also an abstract idiom using different... Read More

SAFEWALLS: Art Project by Cirque du Soleil

To kick off the new year, High Roller Society teams up with Cirque du Soleil to launch a brand-new art project called SAFEWALLS. On the first leg of a worldwide tour SAFEWALLS will stop over in London for 3 days ONLY, featuring original works and limited edition prints by British artists Sweet Toof, Jon Burgerman and Glenn Anderson. The Safewalls project celebrates Cirque du Soleil’s roots—the street—as well as the creative freedom and raw energy associated with street arts... Read More

London Art fair – in its 23rd year but still going strong, part3

So there we had it – the 23rd London art fair, the biggest yet with a remarkable 24 ooo+ visitors this year. It has proven to me that this event is the place or one of the best places to discover, see or enjoy the best of modern and contemporary British art. Over 120 galleries exhibited this year,  a decent number but still lagging behind its big sister, the Frieze art fair, with its 170+ galleries  but the two events should maybe not be compared as the Frieze fair is... Read More