The morning of Tuesday 12th of September was finally here and i was eager and prepared for the viewing reception happening later. Ever since October Gallery announced, back in August, that Alexis Peskine was to be presenting his first solo exhibition in London, I had been counting down in excited anticipation awaiting the moment I … Continue reading Alexis Peskine: Power Figures
Finally, after many failed attempts, I was able to attend a private reception at Jack Bell Gallery. As a part of their mailing list, i get first hand notifications for private receptions, and having always made plans to see how they may compare to others I've attended, something always seemed to come up. But this … Continue reading Boris Nzebo: Noir Desir
I've always aimed to steer away from the "mainstream" galleries but I couldn't escape this one. My partner had heard Chris Ofili's work was to be displayed at The National Gallery and made it an importance to go view it; I am absolutely thrilled that He did. Having never heard of this incredibly talented artist, … Continue reading Chris Ofili: The Caged Bird’s Song
The first time I went to October Gallery, a couple of years ago, was to view El Anatsui's work. Ghanaian born and living in Nigeria, El is internationally known for his use of aluminum bottle tops in his work but his art is not limited to that. El uses a range of tools and a number of … Continue reading October Gallery: El Anatsui
Phoebe Boswell's For Every Real Word Spoken, a solo exhibition, is the current outstanding work that Tiwani has been fortunate enough to display in their space.
I could just be reading into things way too much like our GCSE English Literature teachers taught us to do but hey, its come in handy.