Site Curious – Art & A Grand Picnic for the Common Dead in West Norwood Cemetery

The oldest gothic cemetery in the world, West Norwood,  launches a new outdoor art project with 21 artists in one of London’s finest graveyards. Using sound, sculpture, ceramics, poetry, textiles and photography, artists create works to link their own specialism to the south London site. Jane Wildgoose will create an installation in the Maddick Mausoleum, […]

Step Back In Time, 1000 Years Of Islamic Splendours At Christie’s

Christie’s London invite you to step back in time when 1,000 years of Islamic splendours are unveiled. These works of extraordinary quality, rarity and beauty, from the sales of Art of the Islamic & Indian Worlds (25 April), Oriental Rugs & Carpets (23 April), and A Private Collection Donated to Benefit the University of Oxford (25 April) are expected to realise a […]

‘Carte Blanche’ Paper Manipulation as Expressive Form – April 26th – June 29th 2013

Paper and its manipulation is the focus of Carte Blanche, a unique new exhibition at London Print Studio. This exhibition features designers, book artists, architects, engineers and sculptors using paper expressively to create images and objects. John Phillips, Director of LPS, comments: “Carte Blanche is a reflection of what’s going on across boundaries in the […]

‘Thatcherstic’ – Margaret Thatcher Gallery Exhibition Opens In London

Art Below’s ‘Thatcherstic‘ opens at London’s Gallery Different with a private view on Wednesday 17th April, the day of Thatcher’s funeral. The exhibition features 10 artists depictions of ‘The Iron Lady’ and is open to the public for 10 days tying in with the ‘No.10’ theme. Similar to Thatcher’s government, there is only one ‘lady’ […]

Museums At Night 2013

Museums at Night, the annual late night festival of art, culture and heritage will take place this year over three nights in May, from Thursday May 16th – Saturday May 18th. Tying in with the European event La Nuit des Musées, hundreds of museums, art galleries and heritage spaces all over the country will be […]

ART: Greta Alfaro: A Very Crafty and Tricky Contrivance

The Genesis Foundation presents the first solo exhibition in the UK by London-based Spanish artist Greta Alfaro. A Very Crafty and Tricky Contrivance, curated by Flora Fairbairn, presents two video works and a series of photographs in the Fish and Coal Building, a semi-derelict Grade II listed Victorian site in King’s Cross, London. A black […]