There are some seriously exciting exhibitions happening in London currently! Many first showings in the UK from established Black artists. This post is merely a pointer towards a few I think you should check out. Frank Bowling - Tate Britain British Guyanese artist, Frank Bowling, explores and experiments immensely with what paint is able to produce. … Continue reading #MustSeeLondon – Current Exhibitions 2019
To mark their 40th year the giant of contemporary art, October Gallery, begin their celebration by showcasing the wondrous works of one of the biggest faces of contemporary African art, El Anatsui. Anatsui has had, and continues to have, a monumental impact on the artistic landscape, birthing new emerging artists whose mediums draw clear inspirations … Continue reading Material Wonder: El Anatsui
The night begins with chicken wings in my bag from one of my favourite Vietnamese spots in Holborn, Viet Eat. After 2 or 3 visits into different gallery spaces, I decided that I no longer can go round polluting the VIP bougie air with the smell of wings and so, I desperately get rid of … Continue reading 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair London 2018: Freefall
September has been busy and with October looming, there are ridiculous amounts of art related events going on. This post is just to give you information on some of what's happening here in London from exhibitions to art fairs for your benefit. There are current and forthcoming exhibitions and some fairs I definitely will be in attendance. … Continue reading Exhibitions and Art Fairs 2018
Guess who's back? Back again ... I am alive and kicking and I have yet another remarkable exhibition for you. Firstly, I want to take this time to just say a quick thank you to those of you who routinely visit this small space I've created and especially to my ever brilliant partner for his … Continue reading Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga: Fragile Responsibility.