Category Archives: Art

June 02

LONDON EVENTS – Flowers take over the National Gallery

Giant installation from celebrates the living floral inspiration behind Dutch artists’ still life paintings Visitors to the National Gallery will be met with a stunning floral display of epic proportions, as a 35-square metre living painting goes on display on the gallery’s West lawn today (2nd June 2016). Made using 26,430 real cut flowers, […]

January 18

LONDON EVENTS – Online auction house Catawiki launches art category in the UK with exclusive exhibition showcasing best of British talent

Catawiki, Europe’s fastest growing online auction house is bringing some of the most exciting British names in the contemporary art world to The Cob Gallery in Camden, London. The exhibition, which will run from the 22nd – 24th January 2016, will feature artwork from five different artists and the works on display will simultaneously be […]

November 27

LONDON EVENTS – Unleashing creativity: Zealous X

Zealous X, a unique festival celebrating creativity, is returning to London from the 7th to the 17th January 2016 to showcase the most exciting UK-based creative talent. Taking place at the iconic Rich Mix venue in Shoreditch, visitors will be able to experience creativity through a rich programme of industry talks, engaging workshops and a […]

November 11

ART – Victoria Beckham’s and Bournemouth AFC’s own Dom Pattinson paintings to be revealed on November 12th at the Westover Gallery

If you would like to see Victoria Beckham’s Dom Pattinson painting, nip down to Bournemouth to the Westover Gallery. Dom Pattinson is an artist to the stars, George Clooney bought one of his spectacular designs for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, as a wedding present and the painting from Pattinson’s  ‘Hope’ collection was featured in […]

July 07

Unlikely Celebrity and Glamour …in an East End Smokehouse

Triple Exposure Exhibition: Alistair Morrison, John Stoddart and John Thornton Now this has to go down as one of the most interesting venues for an art exhibition I’ve ever visited. Never mind the exhibition in a church crypt I once went to, the countless warehouse spaces and pop up galleries in freight crates, no this […]