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.
Joe Kennedy and Jonny Burt of Unit London to launch Institut a new NFT platform in collaboration with an international consortium of artists and collectors and BTSE a cryptocurrency trading platforms.
Unit London just launched Platform, an online exhibitions programme highlighting urgent socio-political issues. Participating artists create new works engaging with a political, cultural or social issue that they feel close to. In alignment with the core social principle of the programme, 10% of sales proceeds from each exhibition will benefit a charity nominated by the artist and/or curator.
Wealth inequality, India, isolation, a grotesque London and three Queens.
The millennial entrepreneurial duo have launched online initiatives to keep you connected with art while you’re in isolation. I virtually connect with them to learn more about what they’re doing at the moment and how they have had to adapt.
Transcend, a retrospective exhibition and memorial to the supremely talented young painter Tom French.
Unit London are to present Tom French’s major retrospective, Transcend. These pieces were created in the knowledge that they would most likely be the artists’ last. In his final months, Tom French poured every morsel of hope, determination and strength into this body of work.
Nothing New Under The Sun, a showcase of eight new works by renowned South African artist Ryan Hewett
The Goss-Michael Foundation’s (Dallas) new exhibition ‘Nothing New Under The Sun’ is a showcase of eight new works by renowned South African artist Ryan Hewett, from Unit London.
This September, Unit London presents, It’s Her Factory, the largest solo exhibition to date by British, Brighton-based contemporary artist, Helen Beard.
Bling, twins, caves, faceless figures, glass, landscapes and a giant rabbit.
This weeks Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Pleasurable painting, Anglo-Saxons, automotive masculinity, the Arctic ocean, planes, and a spiky chair.
This weeks Top 7 Art exhibitions to see include a reality show, white works, 50 years, infinity, Brexit, skulls and paper.
This week’s Top 7 exhibitions to see includes: Virtual reality, plywood, a moving tunnel, war, barrels, memories and darkness.
We managed to catch up with artist Will Martyr ahead of his solo exhibition which is opening at Unit London in early September.
Flip-flops, chaos, a path, a garden, flowers, domesticity and outer space.