A brander by nature, an illustrator by heart, a curator by interest; but for everyone else just Mr. Gresty.
Yes you read that right. There is a new band in the undesiccate puddle that is London and they’ve put their money on the name: HOO HAs. Celebrating their new EP, ‘Yankee’, the band is inviting you all to their launch party.
Dutch illustrator Ilse Moelands’ drawings awaken emotions in an utterly beautiful way. Freshly graduated, she’s on the verge of publishing a book and continues to translate her fascination for the Far North into stunning drawings.
Ten Years in Pictures, Paul Solberg’s fifth photographic compendium, catalogues a decade of ethnographic encounters. Ahead of its launch, we caught up with Paul in his Manhattan home to discuss what this book represents for him and to reflects on ten years of recording life in his lens.
Frieze Art Fair is incredible this year, and I’d recommend it to anyone. That being said, the myriad number of unpronounceable galleries and labyrinth layout can be overwhelming, and might lead to some of the best work going unseen.
Moniker Art Fair returns for its sixth year, on October 15–18 at the Old Truman Brewery, having firmly established itself as London’s premiere event for contemporary art with its roots embedded in urban culture.
The Independent Art Fair London will be blowing us away again this year with 80 contemporary independent creatives from all over the world.
Ten Years in Pictures, Paul Solberg’s fifth photographic compendium, is a catalogue of ethnographic encounters with a startling diversity of artistic topography; drawing together sepia sailors, haunted soldiers, priests, Wild West horses, flower petals and Ai Weiwei that have gathered together in his lens across the years.
This Frieze London edition broaches some of the most interesting and thought provoking topics, discussing interactions between art, politics, design and environment in 8 inspiring talks.
An interview with the South African artist on her first UK solo exhibition at the Hayward’s Project Space, London.
Hackney Wonderland's sold out 2014 success has left us wanting more.