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Reviews - a-n The Artists Information Company
An online exhibition review: ‘Drawn In’ by Elena Thomas from the Glitterball Showroom, Enköping, Sweden developed by artist Stuart Mayes
Paolo Canevari ‘Self-Portrait/Autroritratto’ reviewed by Simon Tait
British Egyptian artist Nazir Tanbouli ushered in 2021 with a solo show of paintings at Cairo’s Picasso gallery.
Grace before Jones Art Exhibition – Nottingham Contemporary – Visit and View with Marcus and his Mum
A winter online Open Exhibition; keeping a small gallery and artist studios alive through lockdown times.
A project comprising 40 paintings based on live-streamed webcam imagery of sunrises around the world on 15 July 2020.
One Day : 40 Sunrises was funded by The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon.
Islam Zaher is a painter whose work strongly references sculpture. The paintings in the show Passive Constructions are not pictures ‘of’ sculptures, but they reference sculptural forms and the materiality of objects in space
Portraits and cityscapes by the Egyptian figurative painter Omar El Fayoumi.
Efi Haliori presented her latest photographic project‘ Transformations’ at CAN Gallery, in Athens.
‘Hearth and Heat’ 22 – 26 July 2015, Florence Trust, St Saviours’, London, GB
From June 1st 2019 Nick Grellier made one small drawing every day for an intense and perplexing year.
General Practice [gP] is an artist-led, experimental project space in Lincoln. Driven by collaborative activity it seeks to promote exchange with wider artist-led initiatives, stimulate critical discourse and through its programme of exhibitions, events and workshops sustain an engaged visual […]
Solo Show of paintings depicting urban Sheffield
Yasmine Rix reviews the podcast that investigates what artists do and why.
A review of Townley and Bradby’s ‘How to Play with MK: one family’s story of outdoor games in the city’.
Newlon Housing Trust commissioned Artist Micha Eden Erdész in 2011 to create ‘So Near Far’ at their London flagship site Ashburton Triangle, on the periphery of a major London sports venue in Holloway. ‘New_Lon / So Near Far’ was devised […]
Solo interactive show during lockdown
At MOCA London’s lockdown event ‘Focus Zoom’, Quilla Constance introduced her video ‘Pukijam’ (2015) as an articulation of the constant activation between her black and white heritage; how her biracial subject position might enable more liberating modes of being.
21st November 2020 – 9th January 2021
Solo painting show. (re-scheduled due to Covid 19)
Online performance piece using Zoom. Part of an the Unshut Festival of performance art.
‘The Liminal Phase’ co-curated by Micha Eden Erdész and Rebecca Jewell Supported by Stadium Capital Holdings, Arsenal Regeneration Team, Florence Trust, Royal College of Art, Institute of Ideas, The Big Draw, Targetti, Howden, ADI Solutions & Audiovisual, Ham and High, […]
Postponed solo show due to Covid 19
An exhibition of seven London based painters curated by John Wyatt-Clarke & Michael Coppelov.
Featuring: Gina Birch, John Wyatt-Clarke, Michael Coppelov, Tom Farthing, Charles Inge,TD MacGregor, Eigil Nordstrøm.