We caught up with artist Henry Hudson at the opening of his new solo exhibition Scapes at Unit London. To find out more about the show how covid has affected his art practice and how changes in his self have impacted his work.
Plasticine, war, abstract swirls, Tate modern on fire and zombies.
I am only too aware that the news stories directed our way are all spun to a degree and I want to pare them down to their essence and delve right into the heart of what they are about.
This week’s top 7 contains witches, Victorian opulence, tomatoes, plasticine, drawing, kitsch and Russian battles.
PREVIEW: Henry Hudson “The Contemporary Artist’s Progress: the Rise and Fall of Young Sen” at S|2 Gallery
In Hudson’s labyrinthine world you find Bosch, Breugel and Rembrandt alongside Nigel Farage, Tommy Hilfiger, Hello Kitty and Instagram. Like Hogarth before him, Hudson satirises and celebrates the absurdities of modern life, bringing together the traditions of the great painters with the visual language of the digital age.
TJ Boulting is to present its summer group show today, where several leading independent art and photobook publishers have been invited to curate the work of artists and photographers of interest to them.
Shizaru Gallery Presents: THIS IS LONDON a group show of 46 Artists Opening Wednesday 25th July 2012
As the international community flocks to London for the Olympic Games, Shizaru is delighted to host THIS IS LONDON, an exhibition featuring a cross section of contemporary art from London.
(In)Visible takes Calvino’s Invisible Cities as its starting point. Cities are, says Calvino, a place where “everything imaginable can be… Read More
The Embassy “The Embassy is dead. Long live The Embassy!” October 15th – 18th 2009 at 33 Portland Place
Wolfe Von, Lenkiewicz, Lincoln Eagle, 2009, Oil on canvas with gilded frame, low res, Courtesy of All Visual Arts Produced… Read More