I, the Artist and the Syrian: A Profile on Tammam Azzam

I, the Artist and the Syrian: A Profile on Tammam Azzam

15.12.2013
Tammam Azzam doesn't claim to be a representative of the Syrian people, but neither does he want to be treated as an individual. He wants...
The Legalities of Street Art

The Legalities of Street Art

12.12.2013
A time where the Houses of Parliament are hosting an auction for the proceeds of a Banksy wall piece to be donated to charity, where the...
The Ghosts of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

The Ghosts of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

12.12.2013
Drury Lane is the oldest and most haunted theatre in London. In fact, some say it is the most haunted building in the world. So far, I...

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 53 - Paris and a Prayer

11.12.2013
Thursday and I am on the train to Paris. Not that the early part of the week was dull in London. In fact, far from it.

Cas Holmes at the Beaney

11.12.2013
Cas Holmes is a textile artist based in Maidstone who produces mixed media work blending 'found' fabric and her own delicately stitched...

Private View of Lauren Baker's Show 'You Blow My Mind'

9.12.2013
Take a look at a selection of photos from the private view below. The show is running until 24 January 2014 so don't miss the opportunity...
Science Museum Takes on History of Mental Illness Treatment in Compelling New Exhibition

Science Museum Takes on History of Mental Illness Treatment in Compelling New Exhibition

9.12.2013
Mental illness, how it is caused and what we can do to treat it is a pressing issue in contemporary society. Psychology has not always...

On the Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art - 6 December 2013

9.12.2013
This week's 'On the Streets' is not just another hefty review of Art Basel Week, but a surprisingly balanced overview of some of the most...

Desmond Rayner: A Maker of Journeys and Experiences

6.12.2013
Desmond Rayner's new show, titled Major Minis, currently held at the Piper Gallery in Fitzrovia, London, is an invitation to loose and...

The Art Attack of Vermilion Hook

6.12.2013
It makes sense to exhibit this kind of art in one of Soho's more rebellious corners. The space chosen by Vermilion Hook lies beneath Marshall...
Is Good Art Sellable or, Sellable Art Good?

Is Good Art Sellable or, Sellable Art Good?

6.12.2013
The answer is a twisted sense of modern day vanity. People love owning rare or famous art, but more than that they love other people knowing...

On the Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art - 28 November 2013

5.12.2013
This week's global street art review coincides with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (25th November)...
Why Laure Prouvost Won the Turner Prize

Why Laure Prouvost Won the Turner Prize

5.12.2013
The Turner Prize is important because it keeps the art world, the cultural scene awake. Yes. its atmosphere can be too full of art 'luvvies'...

Do You COUP? London's Finest Bohemian Events, With Artist Curator Iulia Filipovscaia

4.12.2013
It's London, 2013. In pursuit of inspiration, fresh thinking and contemporary salon-style cross pollination of art, architecture, life...