LONDON.- For her South London Gallery exhibition, British artist Alice Channer has created an installation of entirely new works which extend her exploration of the relationship between the human body, personal adornment, materials and sculpture. In these figurative works, Channer questions established hierarchies within the history of art, objects and clothing, and offers a unique perspective on manufacturing, the hand-made and consumer culture.
LONDON.- Internationally acclaimed Mexican artist, Gabriel Kuri, presents his first solo exhibition in a London public gallery with an entirely new body of work. He has devised an installation in three parts, spanning the SLG?s main... Read Post
Today, the Saatchi Gallery opened ALO ? Hail to the Loser, a solo exhibition of the street artist's work, in the Prints & Originals Gallery. A self-taught artist born in Italy, ALO focuses on the human figure and portraiture. His wo... Read Post