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Signature African Art Presents Solo Exhibition by Giggs Kgole

"Badimo Ba Kgole" pays tribute to the South African artist's culture and heritage...

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Painterly Romance: Amy Beager

An interview with British artist Amy Beager in the context of her solo exhibition at Wilder Gallery...

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Marina Abramović Opens Two Shows in London

The Serbian performance artist presents two solo exhibitions spread across Lisson Gallery's London spaces ...

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Grove Square Galleries Presents Debut Exhibition by Elena Gual

Spanish artist Elena Gual's textural portraits attempt to convey the diverse realities of female experience...

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Modern Mythology: Sofia Mitsola at Pilar Corrias

Sofia Mitsola's second solo show with the gallery visualises the artist's imaginings of warrior sisters in a semiaquatic world ...

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LAMB Gallery Exhibition to Explore our Relationship to Objects

The group show will include sculptural works by the likes of Martin Creed, Christo and Erwin Wurm ...

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Shannon Cartier Lucy: Sensual Imagery

Nashville-based artist Shannon Cartier Lucy speaks to Millie Walton about her solo show at Soft Opening in London and how the physicality of painting elevates the image...

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Wabi-sabi: The Beauty of Imperfection at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

It’s not easy to exhibit nine artists in one space and create a genuine sense of cohesion, but Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery’s latest group show Wabi-Sabi achieves exactly that...

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Hauser & Wirth Announces Two Exhibitions With Frank Bowling

Sir Frank Bowling’s inaugural exhibitions with Hauser & Wirth will be presented in both the gallery’s London and New York locations, beginning May 2021...

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The Emergence of Spring by David Hockney

According to The Royal Academy's revised exhibition programme, David Hockney's solo exhibition will run from May to September...

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Tate Modern screens Shirin Neshat’s 1999 film ‘Soliloquy’

A rarely seen video work by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat is revived from the Tate's collection, and will be free to view (when the museum reopens) until the beginning of February...

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Eddie Peake’s Green Screen Disrupts Piccadilly Circus

An episodic video artwork by Eddie Peake will take over Piccadilly's largest advertising screen every evening in December...

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Photography, Light and After Love

An interview with The Heat Inc.'s Jon Dodd about the power of photography and the eternal light of Rock & Roll. ...

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Sadiq Khan to Review “The Diversity of London’s Public Landmarks”

Statues of slavers could be pulled down under the mayor’s new diversity plan, which will include historians as well as arts, council and community leaders. ...

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We Are Nrvs: A View

Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism. ...

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London’s Lost Bohemia and the Three Graces of Soho Pt. III

A recent interview with cult novelist Laura Del Rivo triggers memories of a lost poetess and a mysterious countess. ...

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London’s Lost Bohemia and the Three Graces of Soho Pt. II

A recent interview with cult novelist Laura Del Rivo triggers memories of a lost poetess and a mysterious countess. ...

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London’s Lost Bohemia and the Three Graces of Soho

A recent interview with cult novelist Laura Del Rivo triggers memories of a lost poetess and a mysterious countess....

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A Beer Drinking Fender Bending Duck-tailed Buckaroo

On CALL ME LUCKY, Watson sings with fondness about his girlfriend, rockabilly singer Celine Lee, on “You Weren’t Supposed to Feel This Good,” while “Mama’s Smile” would have been...

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Revolutionary Lamps Shine on the Champs

MC50 at Shepherds Bush Empire, London. 2018. Live Review...

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Jankrowville, Walking Between Worlds

In urban slang or MLE (mixed London English) as it’s come to be known the term Jankrowville means an undesirable or dangerous place, we may be living in one....

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Starcrawler, Grabbing Attention By The Bruised Throat

Trebuchet heads to London's Garage to wave a camera at a real American nightmare - LA's Starcrawler....

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The Grenfell Legacy

The fire at Grenfell tower last year shocked the UK and the world, where are we one year on after the re-election of the tory council?...

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Damned if we go to a(nother) Punk show

Seasoned Punk veterans The Damned on a London stage is an all too familiar site after a career spanning over 40 years....

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London Arts Fair 2018 at the Islington Business Centre

Painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia and dialogue in the heart of Islington, London...

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Suggs and a Cat’s Death: My Life Story

Madness separated their brand of ska-pop from the political leanings of 2 Tone with a schtick of fun, and as their lead man, Suggs was always easy to love....

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Loitered Lens: The Professionals

Photos of The Professionals, unveiling new material live at Shepherd's Bush...

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Loitered Lens: Trebuchet Print Issue 2 Launch (Structure and Architecture)

Looking for Lola at the club down in old Soho.... Scenes from the launch of Trebuchet's second print edition...

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Requiem4Grenfell – Images and Verse

Scenes of community, hope, defiance and care from the wreckage of Grenfell...

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Loitered Lens: Great British Tattoo Show (Part Two)

Needles, inkguns, rubber and balm - colourful scenes from Alexander Palace...

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