Desmond Rayner: A Maker of Journeys and Experiences

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...

Red Phone Boxes: A Novel Angle

3.12.2013
So what's the book about? It's based around the idea that phone boxes are essentially small enchanted places where almost anything can...
Life in the Arts Lane - Week 52 - The Cycle of Life

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 52 - The Cycle of Life

2.12.2013
Six cyclists have been killed on the London roads in the last fortnight. He has been cycling in London on a bike with no brakes for eight...
Bogota and Gdansk Linked by Two Art Curators

Bogota and Gdansk Linked by Two Art Curators

1.12.2013
Bogota has emerged in the last decade as a one of the megacities in Latin America with the highest development and growth index, characterised...
Film Meets 500 Years of British Art

Film Meets 500 Years of British Art

27.11.2013
Three great British directors Christopher Nolan, Mike Leigh and Ken Loach explore the relationship between filmmaking and painting for...

Arts Review: Art Under Attack, Tate Britain

26.11.2013
From Kings to suffragettes, from the IRA to artists themselves, there is a long history of art being the focus of attack both from the...
Raising a Hat to Isabella Blow

Raising a Hat to Isabella Blow

25.11.2013
Those who dismiss the fashion world as a vapid, ivory tower for people whose mouths are made for pouting and air-kissing (rather than eating)...
Life in the Arts Lane - Week 51 - The Train Set

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 51 - The Train Set

25.11.2013
Trains and their guardians, train stations, play a huge part in my life. They are playing an increasing role with the cost of petrol and...

Saatchi's Excellent Body Language Show Scratches the Itch for New Art

25.11.2013
The latest show at the gallery, I'm happy to say, is not in any way disappointing. It is in fact one of the most gratifying collections...