Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London’s Soho is dedicated to showcasing the best in contemporary art, with the ethos that it should be accessible and remain enjoyed.
A new exhibition at Tate Modern entitled; Soul of a Nation aims to explore the history of black American art in the 60s and 70s.
Leighton House is a grand redbrick late-Victorian dwelling tucked down a leafy road in Holland Park, West London.
James Turrell is one of the most avant-garde artists of the last century.
London’s largest outdoor sculpture park opens in Regent’s Park as part of the build up to this year’s Frieze London and Frieze Masters art fairs.
Today sees the opening of Masterpiece, the London art fair that in the seven years since its founding has quickly established itself as one of the global calendar highlights for big name galleries, and deep-pocketed buyers.
We had the pleasure of speaking to Grammy award-winning artist and producer, Swizz Beatz about the arts platform he built from scratch: No Commission.
June 27, 2017 | Arts
On July 1st 2017, the streets of East London will be transformed with art, performance and music.
“Some art is horrifically accessible,” says Amar Singh, the 28-year-old founder of 5-month-old Amar Gallery in Islington.
It takes a brave kind of artist to declare that their work is the best thing since sliced bread, but that is exactly what Grayson Perry has done for his new show at the Serpentine Gallery.
We join artist Skye Ferrante in Mayfair at the restaurant and lounge, QP LDN.
With collectors, gallerists, advisors and journalists converging in their masses on sunny Switzerland, the opening of Art Basel fair saw both the champagne flow and business boom.
June 16, 2017 | Arts
Sarah Coote is an artist from Philadelphia, PA.
As Frieze, Masterpiece and a host of other art fairs prepare to open in London in the coming weeks, a rather different sort of gallery has just opened its own summer exhibition.
Marrakesh has always had a great allure for the exotic and passion for the arts.
June 8, 2017 | Arts
Repurposing the recycled waste of contemporary culture, Scarlett Bowman’s artworks revisit the Duchampian readymade.
The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong is known to locals as The Pen, or to worldy travellers under the more affectionate moniker; the Grand Old Dame of the Far East.
Photo-artist Tyler Udall, turns to gender, sexuality, and the obscure line between fact and fiction for his new series, ETUDES at The Little Black Gallery in London.
May 31, 2017 | Arts
My visit to Peckham’s Seen Fifteen space was accidentally very timely; at the end of Mental Health Awareness Week I found myself unexpectedly enveloped in a highly personal, engaging exhibition filled with photography and installation by Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy.
‘Join us’, the byline reads, ‘as we explore and examine the shifting gender boundaries through ground-breaking fashion, music and design collaborations.