19 March 2019

Archaeologies Charlie Smith London – Davina Jackson Pontone – Edward Lucie-Smith

Two of the most consistent of these in terms of quality are Charlie Smith London, situated above a pub in Shoreditch; and the Pontone Gallery, just a step away from Sloane Square. Both of these galleries have just opened slightly unexpected shows.

23 July 2014

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Shoreditch Takes Over The V&A For Late Event In July

The V&A will house the latest in a series of community takeovers, as artists and designers based in Shoreditch take up residence in the Museum for one night for July’s Friday Late. Members of Shoreditch’s established creative and technology communities will present a programme of installations, music and workshops. For the first time, Friday Late […]

14 March 2014

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Thierry Noir: Modern Street Art Movement Pioneer A London Retrospective

Thierry Noir, a pioneer of modern Street Art is to have a retrospective exhibition at the Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch. In 1984, Noir was the first artist to illegally paint mile upon mile of the Berlin Wall. Noir wanted to perform one real revolutionary act: to paint the Wall, to transform it, to make […]

20 November 2013

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Singing Skies: An exhibition by Stuart A. Staples and Suzanne Osborne

Tindersticks in cooperation with 81 Leonard Street Gallery will present Singing Skies, an exhibition by Stuart A Staples and Suzanne Osborne, 29 November – 1 December. Singing Skies marks the first fully fledged collaboration between Stuart and his wife, painter, Suzanne, focusing on her ‘A year in small paintings – Skies, September 2010 – September 2011’ where she recorded the […]

22 March 2013

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Loughran Gallery Launches Pop up Gallery in Shoreditch

The Loughran Gallery will open its doors on April 4th until April 7th exhibiting contemporary and urban artwork from around the world. The concept of the pop up as with all Loughran Gallery instillations, is to offer the public the chance to view and purchase art. Attracting a cross section of artwork including the works Proctolin […]

12 June 2012

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Damien Hirst Installs Two Major Works in A London Restaurant

Damien Hirst has designed two new works of art that have become the centrepiece of a new restaurant in Shorditch. He is no stranger to the restaurant industry having founded Pharmacy in the 90’s in Notting Hill Gate. The exhibited pieces have been specifically created to celebrate the opening of Mark Hix’s latest restaurant venture […]

25 May 2011

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Russell Hill Wins Catlin Art Prize 2011

Russell Hill has  won the Catlin Art Prize 2011. Hill was born in England in 1988 and is Living and working in London. He attended the Wimbledon College of Art  2007 – 2010 and has a BA in Fine Art, Sculpture. The prize now in its fifth year was awarded at The Tramshed, Shoreditch. The […]