Exhibitions

Anna Barham and Chiara Camoni: Zenzic

Anna Barham and Chiara Camoni: Zenzic

Curated by Caterina Avataneo, Zenzic is the latest collaboration between artists Anna Barham and Chiara Camoni, at east London gallery Arcade.

Hannah Rowan: Bodies of Water: Age of Fluidity

Hannah Rowan: Bodies of Water: Age of Fluidity

Tucked away from the busy pedestrian walkway above, Hannah Rowan’s latest installation ‘Bodies of Water: Age of Fluidity,’ is located in the White Crypt, a gallery set underneath St. Marks Church in Kennington.

Miriam Naeh: Tall Tales, Tall Tails

Miriam Naeh: Tall Tales, Tall Tails

Even as adults, there are certain childhood games that are dark enough to still haunt imaginations years later. One particular fear inducing routine I remember vividly, involved pretending to be a caretaker of a waxwork museum, tasked with investigating the strange noises emerging after closing […]

Jenny Holzer: Artist Rooms

Jenny Holzer: Artist Rooms

‘Every achievement requires a sacrifice,’ ‘Sin is a means of social control,’ ‘Lack of charisma can be fatal.’ Opinions, facts, personal truths, however you view Jenny Holzer’s abruptly honest demeanour, her ability to confront the human psyche with words alone, is without question a mastered […]

Sara Cwnar: Rose Gold

Sara Cwnar: Rose Gold

After the release of Apple’s luxuriously named, new colour way back in 2015, it’s no surprise ‘Rose Gold’ quickly rose to become Pantone’s ‘Colour of the Year,’ later in 2016. With a rolling wave of consumer brands promptly adopting similar tones of the highly coveted […]

Hannah Perry: GUSH

Hannah Perry: GUSH

In order to process loss, first we must try to make sense of it. There are no rules when it comes to grief, an experience so very personal and delicately complex to each individual. How courageous then, when the effect of absence is presented from […]

Olivia Bax: Roost

Olivia Bax: Roost

Tucked neatly away down a Camberwell backstreet, a welcome wave of familiarity washes over me. I’ve been here before, my memory quick to remind me that this building was previously the home of a friend, a few years ago. Now however, the space has been […]

Rachel Maclean: Annual Commission

Rachel Maclean: Annual Commission

If you came here to feel comfortable, Rachel Maclean has other plans. Never one to shy away from addressing society’s crumbling virtues, the Scottish artist serves a rather large, hard-to-swallow dose of unforgiving truths in her latest installation display. Featuring three rooms of immersive madness, […]

Art Picks: October

Art Picks: October

October is no doubt one of the busiest calendar months of the year for the London art scene. In amongst the competitive programme of exhibitions hosted by international gallery giants, independent openings and anticipated annual fairs, it can be overwhelming to try and prioritise events […]

Merike Estna: Dawn of the Swarm

Merike Estna: Dawn of the Swarm

In an age of digital domination, the calming refuge of a gallery is my favoured go-to for imminent escapism. The ability to explore a second realm inside the walled confines, offers a gentle break from reality and temporary respite from the noise outside. Inside this […]