The 2010 Christmas shop from pictures on Walls is called marks and stencils. It opened yesterday at 1 Berwick street soho. Today the above Anthony micallef print is released in an edition of 100.
27 November 2010
09 November 2010
07 November 2010
The London art fair at the Islington design centre is always worth a visit. They are currently offering two for the price of one deals on tickets.
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Get two tickets for the price of one if you book before 21st November, saving you £17.50.
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05 November 2010
I particularly enjoyed the paintings of Gareth Cadwallader. All details here and below:
Uber art curators Kay Saatchi, Catriona Warren and Robert Dingle have teamed up to create the now annual art exhibition, Anticipation.
The group exhibition is a culmination of the time Saatchi, Warren and Dingle, who have between them over 40 years experience in the art world, spent scouring 250 of London’s graduate art shows and studios in order to handpick the most exciting emerging talent.
21 artists have been selected to appear in Anticipation, which will be hosted in the Ultralounge, Selfridges London.
The curators made their decisions based on whether the artists showed the creative and intellectual potential to continue producing thought-provoking work for years to come.
Anticipation provides the artists with a platform to present their work, which includes film, painting and photography and sell it, with all the proceeds from all sales going in to their own pockets.
The exhibition begins on 8 October and runs until 7 November.