January 25, 2020

This show literally stoppped me in my tracks.

I was on my way to the London Art Fair on a cold, grey London morning when I caught a glimpse of a striking, melancholic painting in a window and I was instantly bewitched. 

Emotion, glamour, pathos, beauty, drama,...

January 22, 2020

When I was an art student at Central Saint Martin more than 10 years ago, a tutor took us on a gallery tour of Hoxton. At the time the White Cube gallery still had premises on Hoxton Square and the Shoreditch area of London as a whole was an effervescent hub of artisti...

November 10, 2019

Maybe I should not have chosen a cold and rainy Saturday afternoon for my visit to Hackney's Transition Two. Maybe the foul weather had already soured my mood to such an extent that when I arrived at the gallery, shivering and wet, and struggled to press their bell wit...

October 6, 2019

Every October, as autumn brings back the cold and the rain to London, our city becomes gripped by an art fair frenzy.  Everywhere you look spaces are being used and promoted to capitalise on the attention paid by the world media and art collectors to big, established p...

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