25 April 2016

Bosco Sodi: The Alchemist Of Aesthetics At Blain|Southern London

Yūgen is Blain|Southern’s first exhibition by artist Bosco Sodi, and takes its title from a multi-layered Japanese concept, describing the evocation of inexplicably deep emotions in response to aesthetic creation, which extends to a sense of awareness and acceptance of impermanence. Sodi’s new work features rock sculptures ranging in size, and large-scale impasto paintings made […]

15 February 2016

Paul Black Reviews: Michael Joo Radiohalo At Blain|Southern London

Paul Black has attended the new exhibition by New York-based artist Michael Joo, Radiohalo is a major solo exhibition of new artworks by the acclaimed conceptual artist. Joo works across a variety of media, incorporating themes of energy, nature, and technology, creating a complex and rich oeuvre, exploring identity and the body often by its […]

27 January 2016


Blain|Southern London To Host Conversation Between Michael Joo And Tim Marlow

Radiohalo is a major solo exhibition of new artworks by acclaimed New York-based artist Michael Joo. A conceptual artist who works across a variety of media, Joo is interested in themes of energy, nature, technology, history and perception, which he explores through narratives of places, people and objects. To coincide with the opening of Radiohalo, […]

18 December 2015


Photo Feature: Agathe De Bailliencourt’s Temporal Paintings At Blain|Southern London

Artlyst has attended Blain|Southern London, which is currently presenting new paintings by French artist Agathe de Bailliencourt in her first UK solo exhibition. The exhibition is comprised of eight works from the artist’s Couleurs du temps series, created from a a three month residency in Marfa, Texas in 2014. Marfa’s extraordinary landscape and desert environment […]

29 April 2015


Francesco Clemente: Emblems Of Transformation Opens At Blain/Southern London

Blain/Southern presents an exhibition of new watercolours by Francesco Clemente. Bringing together 108 works on paper, all of which are delicately and intimately scaled, Emblems of Transformation continues the artist’s long-standing relationship with the medium of watercolour, and also with India. Clemente first travelled to India in 1973, and has lived and worked there at […]