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Buy donated art – help Cardboard Citizens!

A whole loada A-list artists have donated some artistic gems to an on line auction running from 19 April to 3 May, 2018. Money raised goes to Cardboard Citizens – they share stories of those affected by homelessness with all who care to listen and learn. Good bunch. (We’d give you the auction link but […]

Tracey Neuls & Black Cow Vodka

Tracey Neuls & Black Cow Vodka

What do vodka and cheese have in common? My answer: I’ll have way too much of both at Christmas? Correct answer: They both come from a cow! Holy smokes, who knew? The guys down at Black Cow Vodka and Tracey Neuls obvo. Yes, as you may have gathered, the cheese, vodka (tonic) and shoe party […]

All that Glitters is Handmade in Britain

All that Glitters is Handmade in Britain

If you’ve spent too much time keeping up with the Kardashians and not enough time keeping up with the news, allow us to fill you in on a couple of recent shocks to the system. Britain is leaving Europe (controversial) Trump is the next President (more controversial) You missed the most creative exhibition in London […]

Sweet Art’s Hand Maid

Sweet Art’s Hand Maid

By Hannah Phillips Continuing the railway-arches-turned-quirky-event-venue trend, this week, Hoxton Arches play host to Sweet Art’s newest exhibition in celebration of International Women’s Day, Hand Maid.   Showcasing works exploring notions of femininity and feminine identity, Hand Maid ranges from the introspective to the provocative – with some pieces not for the faint-hearted. Our photos […]

Jo Spence – The Last Project

Jo Spence – The Last Project

By Hannah Phillips ‘How do you make leukemia visible? Well, how do you? It’s an impossibility’  Jo Spence When pioneering photographer Jo Spence was diagnosed with leukaemia, she channelled the acute sense of reality she felt into one final body of work. In Richard Saltoun Gallery’s new exhibition Jo Spence: The Final Project, you can […]

Peter Blake Portraits and People

Peter Blake Portraits and People

Continuing our mission to bring you the galleries worth a detour to in this great city of ours, may we recommend the good people at Waddington Custot Galleries for real quality – and great private views! Here’s a few reflections from last nights bash for the launch of Sir Peter Blake’s exhibition of portraits and […]

Keep Pace

Keep Pace

Well, London boasts a load of galleries – it’s our job to find you the best. And Pace London has got to be up there with them. Not only is this a magnificent space, the people are delightful (which is worthy of praise in itself in this otherwise often affected, groundlessly superior world – I […]

Rui Matsunaga

Rui Matsunaga

It’s always marvelous to hear directly from the talented people of London above the usual persistent yet pointless paid-for perorations of pr propaganda and do our bit to give emerging talent some profile to our wonderful world wide audience. So, ladies and gentlemen, lets hear it for Rui Matsunaga, who sent us a cute email: ‘I am showing […]

Hattie Stewart: Adversary

Hattie Stewart: Adversary

Hattie Stewart: Adversary is the first in House of Illustration’s series of illustrator commissions – new work from contemporary illustrators to be shown in House of Illustration’s South Gallery. Stewart’s cartoon-like embellishments of ‘aspirational’ imagery apparently have an infectious sense of fun, but also challenge the authority and values of the mass media.  She lampoons our fascination […]

Magic Mirror: True Reflection?

Magic Mirror: True Reflection?

OK peeps – here’s a self-portrait of a defiant Claude Cahun dressed as an elderly lady with a Nazi badge between her teeth. Why? Because she was arrested and charged with distributing anti-Nazi propaganda by German officers on the occupied island of Jersey where Claude (nee Lucy Schwob – see what’s going on here?) had lived with her partner Suzanne Malherbe […]