At a time when many central London galleries – particularly in Cork Street – are closing it is exciting to find a new venture in the heart of traditional Mayfair.
Two London based artists, Rose de Borman and Robert Rush, have taken over a derelict delicatessen and house in Kings Cross for a week-long art exhibition of their latest collaborative ceramics project.
Staffordshire is a microcosm representative of pockets of industry throughout the United Kingdom.
‘Star Cunts & Other Attractions’ is a fittingly lurid title for this exhibition of Judy Chicago’s early works on display at Riflemaker in Soho.
Fusing art with politics is a challenge that many contemporary artists are now accepting with great zeal, as the creative sphere of the twenty-first century is able to pose an increasing threat to social norms.
Showcasing the future of design practice, Central Saint Martins’ recent graduates show off their latest projects at the Restless Futures exhibition as part of London Design Festival.
Ever seen a bear in red pants taking a bath, or a badger in a superhero outfit? No? Well then you obviously haven’t checked out Jimbob Art, a little ceramic shop just off of Brick Lane.
Today saw the opening of Ceramic Art London, the biggest fair for contemporary ceramic art held in London.
This weekend it was the Hackney WickED Arts Festival, an annual event which is in its sixth year.