25 May 2012

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Seoul Gets Its Own Landmark Shard Tower

While the finishing touches are being put on the Shard in London, architect Renzo Piano is looking east with the Landmark Tower that will featuring prominently in the new skyline of South Korea’s capital.Renzo Piano is a prolific architect with offices in Paris, Genoa, and New York.  Piano began his career working for the important […]

15 May 2012

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Reviewed by Sena Lee

                  ID, please! -The artists’ nomadic status, and our everyday encounters– http://10aaa.co.uk   15th of April, 2012, London   ID, Please., at the New Galley London, is an exhibition in which three Korean artists, living in the city, explore issues of identity in relation to their nomadic […]

14 March 2012

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Banksy Rivals Reveal Root of Graffiti Feud

Team Robbo reveal the origins of the war between legendary street artists Banksy and King Robbo In a statement released on Street Art blog Sabotage Times, Team Robbo have spoken in depth about the origins of the high-profile clash between their leader King Robbo and the internationally acclaimed Banksy. Back in the 1980s, King Robbo […]

30 January 2012

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London’s Art Below Takes On New Orleans

20 emerging artist billboards pop up at Mardi Gras Art Below has just announced their first ‘pop up’ billboard show in America, running throughout February in New Orleans, bringing local and international artists together and enhancing the city’s unique cityscape with even more color during the most festive time of the year, Mardi Gras. Billboard […]

24 January 2012

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New App Provides Banksy London Tour

iOS app released, allowing users to take a virtual tour of all of the known and surviving London works by Banksy App developers Gravitywell have just released an exciting new product for Banksy fans in London. ‘Banksy London Tour’ is the follow-up app to the extremely popular ‘Banksy Bristol Tour’, and contains interactive maps to […]

12 January 2012

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Damien Hirst Snubs UK Gagosian Opening

London exhibition eye-candy but where is the maestro? Damien Hirst  has chosen New York over London as his location of choice for the opening of his international exhibition, The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011. The events at the Gagosian Gallery’s eleven locations in New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles, Rome, Athens, Geneva, and Hong Kong today […]

31 December 2011

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Art In London During Olympics Year

2012 is set to be a great year for Art for both London and beyond; here is our pick of the ten most exciting exhibitions to open in the next 6 months 1) David Hockney: A Bigger Picture @ The Royal Academy Of Arts (21 January – 9 April 2012) The first major exhibition of […]

25 May 2011

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Xenofon Kavvadias ‘The Law is no less conceptual than Fine Art’

Welcome to the ongoing exhibition in Gift 10 VYNER ST! Exhibition dates: May 5th – June 17th   Gift 10 Vyner Street presents a solo exhibition by the prolific artist, Xenofon Kavvadias, fortuitously timed in light of recent world events. Xenofon is interested in exploring the ‘limits of acceptability and the margins of legality’ under […]

20 May 2011

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Ron Arad Installation Activates London’s Roundhouse

The Roundhouse, a North London venue will feature “Curtain Call,” a ring of silicon rods by internationally renowned artist, architect and designer, Ron Arad . The former head of design at the Royal College Of Art has invited his favourite musicians and friends to create unique work for his 360° interactive installation. Arad’s constant experimentation […]

3 February 2011

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Life Drawing Workshops – Kingston

  Mon and Wed from 7th February 2011 7.30 – 9.30pm£12 per session / pre-pay 5 weeks for £50 Drop in workshops suitable for all levels, from beginners to experienced artists. Experienced  artists/facilitators.Workshops are run by experienced tutor.Limited spaces available To book please email info@gallery63a.com or call 0208 547 1835  

21 January 2011

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MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE OPENS

Royal Academy Of The Arts  London 22 January – 7 April 2011 Unknown work by Damien Hirst, a barnyard outbuilding and a smattering of 20th century masters are included in the first extensive survey of Modern British sculpture to be held in a major London gallery, in thirty years. Sir Anthony Caro, who features in […]

19 October 2010

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The Affordable Art Fair London October 2010

It’s late October in London and the frantic Frieze Art fair week has finished. All of the multi-million pound international dealers have left to prepare for Art Basel Miami. So what is left to fill the gap? The Affordable Art Fair! Will Ramsay founded the fair in 1999 with the aim to make contemporary art […]