Andrew McIntosh is a British artist whose new body of work re-contextualises derelict buildings in south east London, drawing on his ongoing interest in the political dispute between artists and the inevitable developments of the property market. As a fan of Urban Decay and Derelict Art, one favourite artist being J Bennett Fitts, I was keen … More April #SpotlightOn Artist Andrew McIntosh, ‘I Saw This Coming’
That’s not all folks! Artist Andy Holden invites you to re-live your childhood love of cartoons and walks us through the ten rules of motion in an animated landscape. We dropped in to see Andy at The Cinema Museum, a unique, historic space devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema. By Rosanna Head. Tell … More March #SpotlightOn Artist Andy Holden’s Laws of Motion at The Cinema Museum, Kennington, London
This month we had the pleasure to meet Maggie Li and Frann Preston-Gannon, friends and fellow children illustrators as they prepare to showcase their work at an exhibition in Herne Hill. We were impressed by Maggie’s and Frann’s desire to educate children by raising awareness of problems in the natural world, which they are clearly passionate about. It … More February #SpotlightOn Artists’ Maggie Li and Frann Preston-Gannon
We are always humbled to meet local artists’ and the #SpotlightOn feature is one of our favourite highlights of the month. For the first of our 2019 series, the January issue presents Nick Richards, local Sydenham artist and fellow Crystal Palace Park running pal. Tell us about your work? I’m a painter of portraits, landscapes … More January #SpotlightOn Artist Nick Richards
This year we teamed up with @SESussed to share some of the great work Marcela does to raise the profile of people in the #SELondon community. We felt it only apt – seeing as Christmas is coming and the Disco is getting PHATTT – that we bring you ‘Meet (some of) SE London’s Entrepreneurs — Haven’t Stopped … More *DISCO *DISCO *DISCO – Have you started dancing yet?
This week sees the launch of Glad I Did It, a creative installation by Award-winning Irish artist Christina Reihill that steps inside the mind of Ruth Ellis, the last British woman to face the death penalty. In an immersive three storey installation, the exhibition uncovers the facts about Ruth Ellis’ psyche that have never been brought … More ‘Glad I Did It’ Inside the mind of Ruth Ellis, Bermondsey Project Space
We were recently contacted by artist Marcus Aitken about “Control” an exhibition featuring 11 London based artists’ work that responds creatively to the feelings, challenges and stories of people with Parkinson’s disease. The exhibition at hARTsLane Gallery New Cross is set to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson’s UK including an affordable art shop with artworks under £50. The exhibition … More “CONTROL” Exhibition: Connections to Parkinson’s