Magazine

An inside look at three of London’s Artist-led spaces

Throughout history artists have organized themselves into networks with the vision to develop innovative ideas and present alternative ways of living. Artist-run spaces often have a non-profit and non-commercial ethos, thus allowing further scope for more experimental and politically charged... Read More!

The Koppel Project

From Mexico to London and in between… We take a look at the expanded gallery The Koppel Project and their current show ‘Fish Out of Water’ by Mexican artist José Nava. The Koppel Project was opened earlier this year by... Read More!

T.U.F.F. - The Unapologetic Feminist Festival

A weekend-long schedule of events featuring emerging theatre companies, industry leading professionals and a diverse roster of performers, writers and artists. This event is in association with Somewhere_to and supports Womankind Worldwide & The Great Initiative. From Old Sole, The... Read More!

Magazine: Ragnar Kjartansson

Ragnar Kjartansson, emblematic figure of the Icelandic contemporary art scene, is unfairly little known in the UK. He recently exhibited at the the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, directed a new piece at the Berlin Volksbuhne, and this summer holds... Read More!

What Remains…Anatomy of an Artist

A collective of leading choreographers and performers have put together an impressive and tightly packed programme of events for the sixth edition of London’s WHAT festival, entitled ‘What Remains…Anatomy of an Artist’. This event, which celebrates the links between choreography... Read More!

JOE SWEENEY: ARCHAEOLOGIST-ARTIST-SALESMAN

Deborah Nash reveals how a young 21st century sculptor is the latest to make art from the take away, throw away society. Joe Sweeney’s recent solo show ‘Take Away’ at the Cob Gallery in Camden has as its source material... Read More!

The 2016 Chelsea Art Fair

London’s art scene has never been more vibrant and it is arguably the city’s western districts that are at the epicentre of this golden age. Teeming with small, independent galleries as well as the prestigious Saatchi Gallery, west London is... Read More!

Modern Shows

Quality is something that has never gone out of style and whether it’s records, clothing or furniture, there are a lot of people looking to the vintage market in search of items that are distinctive and timeless. In the world... Read More!

The 2016 Works on Paper Fair

The rendering of art on paper has been a popular discipline since the very advent of the material, which dates back to 2nd century BC in China. Today it is used by artists the world over for drawings, prints, watercolours,... Read More!

The most visited London exhibitions in 2014/15

The Victoria & Albert Museum hosted the three best-attended exhibitions in London during the 2014/15 cultural season, according to a survey conducted by LondonExhibitions.co.uk. "Savage Beauty", a tribute to the work of the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen, yielded the... Read More!
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UK Boat Races

River Thames, West London, 02 April 
Oxford and Cambridge universities will compete in both annual Boat Races on the River Thames in west London, between Putney and Mortlake. To secure your place at the start of the first race go to Bishop’s Park, Fulham. The middle part of both races can be seen from Furnivall Gardens, Hammersmith.

Sensational Butterflies

Natural History Museum, 31 March – 17 September 
Enjoy a flavour of the tropics in the city this spring at the Natural History Museum’s Sensational Butterflies exhibition. View the transformation from caterpillar to chrysalis and marvel as the creature unfurls its wings for the very first time - emerging from pupa into a beautiful adult butterfly.

Ten Days Six Nights

Tate Modern, 24 March – 02 April 
Discover new ways to encounter live art at Tate Modern across Ten days and Six Nights. Installations, experimental film and sound, specialised talks, fog clouds, sculptural performances and even a dinner party as art can be experienced for a week and a half.

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