Category Archive: Gallery Art

Secret Art Prize 2018 Announces Winners

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The 4th annual Secret Art Prize announced it’s winners at an awards ceremony at the Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch. Managed by the Curious Duke Gallery and this time hosted by our good selves… Continue reading

Benjamin Murphy Interview at his solo exhibition in London

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.It’s a roasting hot day in the city of London and the team at the Delphian Gallery have just finished the hang of Benjamin Murphy’s latest exhibition, ‘Lavish Entropy’. As we now expect… Continue reading

Mark Jenkins ‘BRD SHT’ exhibition at the Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair

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American sculptural artist Mark Jenkins exhibition of slightly dark humanoid sculptures at the Lazinc Gallery in London’s Mayfair has come hot on the heels of an altogether more public showing of works on… Continue reading

‘Missing’ the latest exhibition from Louis Masai brings endangered species into the Crypt Gallery

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The latest exhibition from Louis Masai once again tackled the problems facing species around the world with an immersive show in the atmospheric Crypt Gallery in London. The Crypt is exactly that, a… Continue reading

Revolutionary Posters from the May 1968 Demonstrations in France go on display at the Lazinc Gallery

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It’s 22 March 1968 and a group of students are staging an extended sit in. Protesting at conditions in their university, the demonstration is broken up by the authorities who choose to use… Continue reading

Artist David Bray talks about his new series of Landscape Paintings

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We’ve always known David Bray as an illustrator! His delicate drawings are such that his style is instantly recognisable. Now though his work has taken a different direction, from portraiture to landscape and… Continue reading

Interview with Joachim the Belgian Artist who was Born to Paint

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For once Brick Lane and the Truman Brewery are quiet! There’s an otherworldly feel to the place on account of the snow and London has pretty much virtually ground to a halt. It’s… Continue reading

Lost Coast a photographic essay from Carson Lancaster explores the raw Californian coastline

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A photographic essay exploring the most undeveloped and remote part of the Californian coastline is the focus of one of the latest exhibitions at the print space in London. The show from Carson… Continue reading

Lazinc Gallery hosts Giants Exhibition by JR

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French artist JR known for his giant photographic installations has launched Giants his latest exhibition at the newly opened Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair. The show focuses on JR’s work at the 2016 Rio… Continue reading

Street artists combine to create art exploring the Paradox of Social Media

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Street art and social media is intrinsically linked these days. In fact, any type of art! It doesn’t really matter, if you’re an artist and you’re not on social media then you’re probably… Continue reading

Interview with David Walker as he brings his art to the Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London

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“I’ve always been fascinated by painting people” explains David Walker as we talk in the basement of Soho’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery. It perhaps shouldn’t be a surprise, he is an artist known for… Continue reading

Interview with Alexander Chappell as he talks about his debut show at the Stolen Space Gallery

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“I don’t think I actually deserve to be here” says my latest interviewee, Alexander Chappell, as he looks around the brick walls of London’s Stolen Space gallery. His work is hanging all around,… Continue reading

Fan Making and Street Art combine at the Fan Museum in Greenwich

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It’s not the most obvious of collaborations! The unique little fan museum in leafy Greenwich and the urban art scene of the inner city joining together to put on a unique show of… Continue reading

10 Artists to Watch Out for at the Roy’s People Art Fair

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We’ve been trailing this one for a while and have already featured the works of a number of artists taking part, but Roy’s Art Fair is coming soon so we thought we’d do… Continue reading

Spanish Street Art duo Pichiavo host ‘In Gods We Trust’ at the Unit Gallery in Soho

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Spanish duo Pichiavo, known for their combination of classical art and graffiti have created a series of works for their new show ‘In Gods we Trust’ at the Unit Gallery in London’ Soho.… Continue reading

Meet Robert Burt the founder of Base Elements gallery in Barcelona

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It’s like an Aladdin’s cave of artistic goodies. We have just entered the ‘sotano’ or the basement of the Base Elements urban art gallery in Barcelona’s gothic quarter despite protestations that it’s a… Continue reading

Ten of the Best Galleries to see street and urban art in London

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There are some great galleries in London and we enjoy going to as many as we can in order to see some of the best art around.  In particular those galleries that showcase… Continue reading

Meet Ema Marinova the founder and curator of London’s 1963 Gallery as she launches her one year anniversary show

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We have gatecrashed the Citizen M!  Originally planning on using the Shoreditch based hotel’s mezzanine level as the location for our interview, we have inadvertently stumbled upon an art show in progress.  It’s… Continue reading

Graffiti and street art legends of Shoreditch and London’s East End Mob

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London’s East End is well known as the hub of the graffiti and street art scene of the city. Areas like Shoreditch and Brick Lane have long  hosted iconic works from mysterious artists… Continue reading

Wasp Elder hosts his first solo show ‘Victims of Circumstance’ in London with the 1963 Gallery

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Berlin based British artist Wasp Elder returned to London to showcase his work with the 1963 Gallery at the 5th Base exhibition space just off Brick Lane in the heart of London’s east… Continue reading

Greek street artists visit London and put on a show in Dalston

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Some of the Greece’s finest street artists got an outing in Dalston as part of the latest group show to be hosted by the popular BSMT Space gallery. Featuring favourites of this blog,… Continue reading

Interview with Hannah Adamaszek prior to her latest exhibition at the Curious Duke Gallery

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The gallery is serene! This is perhaps not suprising given that the artist on show is Hannah Adamaszek. Someone who last showcased in the same gallery, albeit in a slightly different location, over… Continue reading

Lollipop Gallery Opens in Spitalfields as a Gallery for Collectors by Collectors

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There is an undeniable freshness about Spitalfields newest gallery. The walls have been whitewashed and the wooden floorboards have been brought back to life, reviving a building that had been in mothballs for… Continue reading

Interview with Andrea Tyrimos as she Paints Bricks and Prepares for The Roadz her first solo show

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Andrea likes to paint brick. Not on brick, actual brick. The more textured the surface the better. It was a technique she started to work on back in her student days studying art… Continue reading

‘The Orchid and White Foxes’ Japanese inspired art show in London by Saki & Bitches

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Silwex House on Quaker Street just off from Brick Lane is not the sort of place one would normally expect to find any sort of art exhibition. A run down former warehouse it… Continue reading

Interview with Eleni Duke Curator of the Curious Duke Gallery in London

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Whitecross Street has a vibe all of it’s own! Not quite the city and not quite within the cool conurbations of Shoreditch and Hoxton, it has a special relaxed atmosphere. Off the beaten… Continue reading