1 April 2018
Transference is the exhibition currently on at MOCA London, featuring artists Sue Arrowsmith and Mathew Weir.
3 July 2017
Ralph Dunn and Ryan Riddington are two talented emerging UK based artists. Their practice explores sexuality within their work in very different but complimentary ways.
10 April 2017
Michael Petry talks to Guy Reid in our latest interview in the Artist to Artist series. Reid is currently showing at MOCA London. The exhibition runs until 29th April.
Janet Bellotto has a new exhibition curated by Koan Jeff Baysa opening at MOCA London. The Canadian-Italian artist Janet Bellotto presents her exhibition Relation-Ships (Existence Doubtful) that brings Sable Island to MOCA London. The island, a protected National Park Reserve of Canada, is a 13 square mile sliver of an isolated sandbar 109 miles southeast of Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Ocean. It is noted for […]
Canadian-Italian artist Janet Bellotto presents her exhibition Relation-Ships (Existence Doubtful) that brings Sable Island to MOCA London. The island, a protected National Park Reserve of Canada, is a 13 square mile sliver of an isolated sandbar 109 milessoutheast of Nova Scotia in the Atlantic Ocean. It is noted for its extensive history of shipwrecks and a […]
MOCA London is presenting a new show by the artist Francesca Pasquali’s (Bologna,1980). This site-specific installation called Spiderwall is made up of thousands of simple, colourful cobweb dusters. The immersive work forms a plastic cloud floating in the air and illustrates the latest step in Pasquali’s artistic research. Pasquali’s work has been influenced by the heritage of the Arte Povera movement which sought to repurpose mundane or […]
The Spanish/English artist Ana Genovés (born Madrid, 1969) has created a site-specific installation in a response to the architecture and social site that is the MOCA Project Space. The work is visually ambiguous and could be mistaken for very odd gym furniture for activity centres. It sits on the gallery floor like a fitted carpet […]
A brilliant new exhibition of photographs explores representations of non-conformity gender and queer identities at MOCA London. This will be the first show at the space in a year, following renovations. The exhibition invites the viewer to reflect on gender, self and otherness through the acts of looking, and being looked at. Through the study of gaze, gesture […]