Smartphones have turned the British public into budding photographers. With the likes of Snapchat and Instagram offering a platform to immediately edit your photos thanks to their abundance of filters, we have the opportunity to totally transform our images. However, while society has increased its smartphone camera usage, wedding photography is one area that remains rooted in tradition. Hiring the right professional photographer to… Read More
‘Richard Hearns is one of Ireland’s premier contemporary artists.’ – Kevin Cullen, The Boston Globe Cadogan Contemporary, London, is delighted to announce Journey, an exhibition of new works by the acclaimed Irish artist Richard Hearns. This will be the artist’s first solo show in London and will feature a collection of abstract oil paintings that are concerned with the alchemy of painting, what Hearns… Read More
Lucy Smallbone: Edgelands Lucy Smallbone, Blue Vista, Oil on Canvas, 150 x 125cm, 2018 British Artist Lucy Smallbone’s second ever solo exhibition, Edgelands, opens 25th October and runs until 15th December 2018 at Fiumano Clase, Unit 12, 21 Wren Street, London WC1X 0HF. Smallbone specialises in modern landscape painting and creates works which investigate the effect of memory in altering our perceptions of a… Read More
Roger Holtom: Boom Roger Holtom, Lady, 2018, 96 x 161 cm, mixed media on board Fiumano Clase is delighted to announce Roger Holtom’s fourth UK solo exhibition: “Boom”, from 13th September – 19th October 2018 at Unit 12, 21 Wren Street, London WC1X 0HF. British artist Roger Holtom’s practice is based on the principle of learning through experimentation. He has spent the last three… Read More
Beth Nicholas creates astonishing 8.5m paintings for the Address Downtown Hotel in Dubai Albany Arts Communications is delighted to announce artist and designer Beth Nicholas’s latest commission – five 8.5-metre-high paintings for the 63-storey Address Downtown hotel in Dubai. The dramatic artworks, which are executed in Nicholas’s signature style – swirling cosmoses of blues and whites, embellished with startling bursts of gold and silver… Read More
Angel Cake West Dean College of Arts & Conservation Visual Arts Summer Shows 2018 The West Dean Summer Show 2018 ‘Angel Cake’ showcases original work by emerging artists studying for their Graduate Diploma or Postgraduate MFA qualifications. The free exhibitions, held at West Dean College of Arts and Conservation and then in London, display a diverse range of practices including sculpture, installation, print, painting,… Read More
Artist in Residence: The Story of Hitomi Hosono and Wedgwood The Wedgwood Artist in Residence programme celebrates Wedgwood’s renowned heritage of innovation and craftsmanship dating back to 1759. The newest artist to join the residency is the incredibly talented Japanese Ceramicist, Hitomi Hosono. Hitomi grew up in an area that she describes as ‘the Stoke-on-Trent of Japan’, surrounded by potteries. Her grandfather was a… Read More
The mysticism of Persian Mythology explored at CAMA Gallery London in solo show of contemporary Iranian artist Ali Nedaei Ali Nedaei Untitled Gold Leaf and Silver Marker on Canvas 2 Mystical and mesmerising paintings influenced by Persian mythology make up the second show at CAMA Gallery London. Following the success of their inaugural exhibition, CAMA have announced their second show as a solo show… Read More
Wartski at Masterpiece London This summer, from 28 June – 4 July 2018, antique jewellery specialists Wartski will be exhibiting at Masterpiece London (stand C1), in The Royal Hospital Chelsea. Notable pieces include a 17th century Iberian carved rock crystal and enamelled talisman (pictured above). This clenched hand, with the thumb protruding between the first and second fingers, is a potent symbol from the… Read More
Dancing With Colour Saturday 23 June – Sunday 8 July 2018 Private view: Monday, 2 July 2018, 6 – 8pmSALON, in collaboration with Mallett and Dreweatts 1759, is delighted to announce Dancing with Colour, a selling exhibition of paintings by the British artist Berenice Sydney (1944 – 1983). This show, remarkably the first presentation of her work staged at a major public art gallery… Read More
The Evolution of Wedding Photos While the fundamentals of getting married have remained unchanged, many aspects of weddings have — including wedding photography. Once, wedding photography was a formal affair. Your grandparents and great grandparents’ wedding photos will likely be incredibly formal, often featuring the newlyweds in almost standardised poses — outside the church or against a background. While these snaps are still treasured,… Read More
Artist Hannah Shergold announces first solo Mayfair exhibition Hannah Shergold announces first solo Mayfair exhibition of a new collection which will be held in La Galleria, Pall Mall 25th-30th June 2018. Featuring a series of bold, vibrant oil paintings that celebrate the movement and raw energy of British wildlife, the new collection marks a significant milestone for the former military lynx pilot’s career as… Read More
Benjamin Murphy is most well-know for creating darkly alluring monochromatic, figurative line drawings using the esoteric medium of electrical tape. Murphy cuts the black tape and affixes it upon glass, to create detailed and elaborate portraits. Much of the work in Lavish Entropy is inspired by the classic literature Murphy read as research for his first play Flowering Desolation, completed in early 2018. Literary… Read More
Major music and audio event to take centre stage in London this autumn After two innovative and successful years pushing the boundaries and bringing the industry’s leading high-quality audio, headphones, portable audio, and streaming products back to the Capital for the first time in a decade, all under one roof, The Indulgence Show is rebranding as the Festival of Sound, The Music and Audio Show,… Read More
Gander & White turns 85! Gander & White, one of the world’s leading full-service art shipping companies and Royal Warrant holder, is delighted to announce its 85th Anniversary. Founded in 1933 by Frank White, a former Royal Air Force officer with a wealth of experience in the shipping industry, and accountant Walter Gander, the company started life in London as specialists in handling fine… Read More
(Image above: Mauricio Valenzuela, Mapocho, 1980/83 © the artist, courtesy of CF-LART) Mauricio Valenzuela & Mario Fonseca: Fragmented Dialogues Art and identity in 1980s Chile 11 May – 30 June 2018 Private View: Thursday 10 May, 6 – 8pm Austin / Desmond Fine Art is delighted to announce Fragmented Dialogues, an exhibition in collaboration with CF-LART London that brings together the work of conceptual… Read More
Most Spectacular Art Hotels Around The World We’re becoming ever more demanding of our holiday accommodation. These days it just isn’t enough to sleep in a comfy bed, wake up to fresh towels and eat toast cooked on a painfully slow-moving conveyor belt at the breakfast buffet. As well as all these things, we need aesthetics. We need style, design and colour. Instagram accounts… Read More
Postcards From Prison A Koestler Trust exhibition and fundraising event hosted by comedian Griff Rhys Jones at Sotheby’s, Bond Street, on Thursday 10 May, 6.30 – 8.30pm POSTCARDS FROM PRISON is an exhibition and fundraising event at which 160 original artworks by high-profile artists and artists from prisons across the country will be won by lottery. Artists including Jeremy Deller, Tracey Emin, Cornelia Parker… Read More
Dénes Maróti Landscape and the Self 8th June – 8th July 2018 Fiumano Clase is delighted to announce Landscape and the Self, an exhibition of recent paintings and etchings by Hungarian artist Dénes Maróti. Since completing his studies at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Art in 2005 Maróti has had numerous solo exhibitions and shown his works internationally to critical acclaim. “My recent work… Read More
Josie Spencer opens solo show ‘Murmuration’ at the Playground Theatre,Latimer Road, West London
2018 is the centenary of women’s suffrage, which was preceded by a suffragette campaign which led to the imprisonment of many of its supporters.
TEFAF Maastricht will present more than 280 of the world’s finest art, antiques and design dealers, who will bring their very best pieces to the 2018 edition of the Fair.
Takefumi Hori’s third UK solo exhibition, Enjuku, will take place from 18th April – 26th May 2018 at Fiumano Clase, London WC1X 0HF. Enjuku, taken as the title for the exhibition, is a Japanese term quite literally meaning maturity, perfection and ripeness.
From 16 – 31 May 2018, The Weiss Gallery will hold one of its most unique
exhibitions to date: ‘Artfully Dressed: Women in the Art World’, portraits by Carla
van de Puttelaar
Above photo: Renato Granieri, King penguins, South Georgia
Is there a growing market for manuscript editions?
Scottish contemporary artist, ex-Mr Tilda Swinton, and writer of six-time BAFTA-winning show Tutti Frutti John Byrne will be holding an exhibition of new work at
The Fine Art Society in London
Arts Council England has announced the acceptance in lieu by H M Government of a major collection of paintings by the Great War time leader Sir Winston Churchill, whose death 50 years ago was commemorated earlier this year.
Elegant ‘Digital Canvas’ Changes the Home Décor Experience, Empowering Individuals with Dynamic Wall Solution and User-Friendly Art Discovery Platform
In the corner of a small workshop in Budapest, near the Megyeri Bridge over the Danube, a modest man is hunched over a bench, putting the finishing touches to a coffee table that ‘beeps’ and ‘broops’ like Star Wars favourite R2-D2.
Gladiators and the Colosseum – Death and Glory, a fascinating exhibition developed by the Italian firms Contemporanea Progretti and Expona, is coming to the Canadian War Museum this summer
The gallery presents “Pino: An American Master,”