7 February 2018

Highlights From Brussels including BRAFA and Christo by Gallerist James Payne

Gallerist James Payne from PayneShurvell visited Brussels recently during BRAFA and has selected his highlights from the fair. Art fairs are a great way to see a huge range of international work in a short amount of time, discover artists you didn’t know, and see what is trending. On the negative side, the work is […]

24 March 2016

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Deja Vu: National Gallery Shows Support For The People Of Brussels

It has only been a matter of months since the appalling bombings last November in Paris and just fifteen months since the Charlie Hebdo massacre which saw 12 people killed at the French satirical magazine. Last night London again showed its solidarity with another neighbour, this time the heart and soul of Europe, the city of Brussels. The gathering was somber and […]

30 September 2014

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Mark Leckey Explores Vulgar Materials In New Brussels Exhibition

A new exhibition of work by the Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey, ‘Lending Enchantment to Vulgar Materials’ has opened at the WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels. This is the largest exhibition to date mounted by the artist. Taking his title from a letter by Guillaume Apollinaire, where he claims that he and the […]