Reaching Out Into The Dark – Justin Carey

28 November, 2018|photography, printing|

November 27 - 28, 2018 studio1.1 London ‘Reaching Out Into The Dark’ is a project that examines the experience of solitude and loneliness in the urban environment. One of the ironies of our increasingly interconnected world is that many of us are living solitary lives. Solitude can be viewed as an active choice, providing time [...]

GEORGE BUTLER Anima Mundi: Drawn Stories of Migration

24 November, 2018|art, fine art, illustrator, printing|

20 - 25 NOVEMBER 2018 Bankside Gallery George Butler is an award-winning reportage illustrator specialising in travel and current affairs. This exhibition focuses on human and animal migration and the intrinsic connection of living things, featuring work over the past five years including drawings and paintings from Syria and Iraq, Africa and Eastern Europe. Read [...]

‘URBAN EXPERIENCES’ an exhibition of digital works by local artist PAUL PRESTIDGE

17 November, 2018|art, environment, fine art, painting, printing|

Show: 17 – 29 November 2018 Launch night: Friday 16 Nov 7-10pm Free Workshop: Saturday 24 November 7pm www.deptforddoesart.com   Paul presents a series of prints that reflect the urban environment to create images that express a dialogue between his experiences of that environment and his inner feelings and imagination. The river Thames and the [...]

TWO: New directions | Paintings and woodcuts by Daniel Goodwin showcasing a collaboration with the poet Colin Pink

15 November, 2018|art, painting, printing|

13-17 November 2018 Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark St, London SE1 1RU Daniel’s work abstracts places, memories and music, exploring boundaries and accommodations between human culture and the natural world. It combines inner and outer experience into a resonant image, a feeling of the day passing in the moment. The exhibition showcases paintings and prints responding [...]

AUTOMATTER – David James

15 October, 2018|art, contemporary, fine art, printing|

15 October – 8 November 2018, 12 – 6pm GALLERY 46 AUTOMATTER is the second show in a triology of three by artist DAVID JAMES at GALLERY46. In his first show CIVILISATION, James explored the relationship between art history, transformation and personal experience. For AUTOMATTER, he delves into the subconscious mind through his practice of automatic [...]

Amy Stephens LAND | RELAND [LONDON]

2 October, 2018|art, fine art, printing|

27 SEPTEMBER - 17 NOVEMBER 2018 William Benington Gallery Land | Reland [London] presents geological objects, cityscape materials and imagery from the native landscape. This exhibition is running in parallel with Land | Reland [Portland] at Upfor Gallery in Portland, Oregon, Amy Stephens’ first solo show in the United States. The two exhibitions combine site-specific [...]

The river we stepped in Twice – Lola Bunting | Pete Smith

10 September, 2018|art, fine art, printing|

7-25 September 2018 Curated by David Connearn AVIVSON GALLERY Pete Smith | Yellow Poems Artist Pete Smith's Yellow Poems is an ongoing sequence currently of nineteen works dating from 2009 to 2018. The poems consist of words or groups of words removed from National Geographic magazine and pasted onto a background of horizontal yellow or [...]

Pia Östlund at the Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum

25 July, 2018|fine art, printing|

While working on his classification of plants, the 18th century Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus would become so engrossed in his work he would cover the walls of his study with botanical prints. This ad hoc botanical wallpaper was the inspiration for the design by nature printer Pia Östlund for the interior of a new Herbarium Room [...]

Do you know your middle?

15 July, 2018|art, contemporary, fine art|

Joy Miessi Solo Exhibition 9 - 28 July 2018 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Do You Know Your Middle? is Joy Miessi’s first solo exhibition of 2018, featuring new mixed media works by the artist. The title references a phrase repeated by the artist’s mother from a young age, as she would part and braid [...]

Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America

8 June, 2018|photography, printing|

Whitechapel Gallery 16 May – 26 August 2018 Thousands of negatives by American photographers were systematically destroyed in the 1930s; these irreparable images were known as ‘killed negatives’. Roy E. Stryker, head of the Information Division of the Farm Security Administration (FSA), launched a historic photographic initiative between 1935 and 1944. In order to expose [...]