Join us upstairs at Ritzy Cinema on February 10th, 2018, for our inaugural day and night party featuring artwork and photo prints from London and Brixton based artists.
Firstly, I'd like to thank you all for making the last year so great for my career. It is muchhhh appreciated :)
Okay, so I'm going to be honest with you. I am opening the doors to my studio with the intention of getting you sozzled, banging on about my passion for painting until you realise that yes, the best thing you could possibly do is purchase one of my outstanding works of art!
For those of you who want to buy great art by a rising star this is great opportunity, as I am not spending money on a gallery space I shall be selling my original paintings on this day at A 20% REDUCTION IN PRICE
For friends that just enjoy a drink whilst looking at artwork, this is an evening for you. Forget about Tate Late's... how about Mate Late?!? *cringe here*
For existing collectors who are chuffed with the fine art on their walls, wanting to check out the latest work of a prolific painter, I'm welcoming you back down to see my latest collection!
Please click here to RSVP - this is a private event, the password is "London Boy"
LONDON VISIONS - A NEW PERSPECTIVE
Talk to anyone on the streets of London and you’ll inevitably discover a myriad of languages, cultures and beliefs. Despite fears of Brexit, and endless speculation over it’s consequences upon London and it’s inhabitants, there is still an engine of change going on all round us. It is a city full of surprises, not just the fixed fabric of the city; the buildings, streets, squares, but the people who come to the capital. Londoners are what makes the city what it is - a blend of cultures weaved together in a tapestry of almost nine million individuals. Despite the wealth in this capital, London also has an underlying darker side; of inequality, exploitation and outrage and revelations of it’s violent history with the blitz, bombings, rioting and towering infernos continues.
London is a magnet attracting creative talents in film, theatre, music, literature and visual arts. It presents a broad canvas from which to be inspired from. Many artists have made London their canvas as a source of inspiration; Turner, Monet, Sisley and Whistler are a few who have found London as a inspiration over the centuries.
Eleven diverse artists are represented by the Leyden Gallery’s newest exhibition focussed on London and its people and reflect their individual responses on an ever evolving, developing city that is pushing it’s boundaries each day.
Martin Ireland - Curator ‘London Visions’ 2018
Focus LDN brings award winning London artists to The Menier Gallery for its 2nd WINTER EXHIBITION, this December.
In the run up to Christmas Focus LDN is proud to be curating the best contemporary artists that the city has to offer. Join us at the prestigious Menier Gallery and discover the original and inspirational work of twenty-two established and emerging artists.
Artists include: Ania Hobson who exhibited in the 2017 BP portrait awards, Gary Hogben, who regularly features in magazines such as Vogue and British GQ, Tom Cox the Evening Standard’s “Young British artist to look out for in 2017” and many more.
This excellent collection of artworks is there to satisfy all contemporary tastes. Including impressionist, conceptual, abstract expressionist works and all in between. You will find traditional oil painting, mixed media works on canvas, limited edition prints and more. For those of you seeking inspirational, original and affordable artwork look no further.
Eminent gallerist Kurt Beers from Beers London shall be adjudicating the exhibition with a cash prize going to the winning artist.
Adam Riches | Artful Dodger | Ania Hobson | Billy Riley | Brad Kenny | Brian Reinker | Chris Vervain | Ernesto Romano | Gary Hogben | Georg Meyer-Wiel | Jan Bo Vinter Poulsen | Jonathan Gray | Judith Brenner | Laurence Cammas | Laurence Causse-Parsley | Loosh | Mark Pearson | Martin Ireland | Natalie Surridge | Paul Kingsley Squire | Tom Cox | Val Kelly
Private View: Tuesday 12th December 6:00 - 8:30pm
With craft beers from Stirling Brew Co.
"This exhibition will showcase the breathtaking artworks of Urban Soup, a group of artists living in our city, bound by their love of the metropolis. Each artist offers their own distinctive interpretation of the city’s evolving environment using a variety of unusual mediums and materials in their work including:
Dazzling light installations; delicate paper sculptures; intricate cityscapes drawn with a biro; wafer-thin aluminium prints; reclaimed 1930’s windows, ultra-vivid HDR photographs; stunningly colourful acrylic cityscpaes, the finest impressionist oil paintings, and interactive art. Plus a fantastic selection of affordable prints to collect.
This year’s artists include LoveJordan, the much sought-after duo who caused quite a stir with their recent sell-out show at the prestigious Woolff Gallery in Fitzrovia; Sarah Fosse whose art has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, and on the BBC; Michael Wallner, a former television producer who has exhibited world-wide including New York, Singapore, and Milan; Tom Cox, an exciting young artist tipped as ‘one to watch’ by the Evening Standard; and Munleen Sibia, a former county tennis player whose work has been featured in Vogue’s ‘World of Interiors’ and by Time Out.
The Urban Soup artists live within 10 miles of each other, yet they see their surroundings in very different ways. We look forward to showing you how at gallery@oxo this September.
A River Runs Through It (ARRTI) is proud to be part of the Totally Thames festival.
Focus LDN is taking over the Old Brompton Gallery this June for CONTEMPORARIES: displaying the work of eight London-based contemporary artists. This dynamic collection explores the breadth of art that our city is producing in 2017.
These artists have been proving their popularity in the London art circuit and are more inspired than ever to express our modern existence. In an era where truth is subjective, these creatives are bringing meaning to the masses through their refined visual aesthetics and conceptual dedication.
Abstract-expressionists Pedro Sousa Louro & Aurelie Freoua, Italian conceptual print-maker Ernesto Romano. Impressionist and abstract urban painters Tom Cox and Laurence Causse-Parsley. Loosh, Judith Brenner and one more artist TBC
As a part of the Dulwich festival I will be put on the artist open house trail and open my doors to the public to come and see my complete collection of available paintings and prints. Taking place over two weekends in May - 13th/14th & 20th/21st - this is a great time to come and see my work in the flesh and meet me!
Open times 11am - 6pm.
THE SPRING COLLECTION
28th February - 4th March @ The Menier Ground Floor Gallery
Exhibiting the hottest contemporary artwork London has to offer for 2017.
In our first open exhibition of the year we are proud to have such a fantastic line up of artists, including previous best sellers Ernesto Romano, Sarah Fosse and Brad Kenny, the raw emerging talent of Dean Rossiter, Tom Cox and Fabrizio Acquista, and established names like David Taylor.
We are also lucky to have the Instagram famous @Levanterman in his first ever gallery exhibition!
From prints and paintings, to photography and digital art, this exhibition is not to be missed! Join us for our latest show at London Bridge's prestigious Menier Gallery.
Bev Jones, Billy Riley, Bobbie Kuo, Brad Kenny, Cherish Marshall, Chris Vervain, David Hopkins, David Taylor, Dean Rossiter, Ebony Manderson, Elisa Cantarelli, Ernesto Romano, Fabrizio Acquista, Gary Hogben, Ireneo Frizzarin, Isabelle Brodeur, Jan Bo Vinter Poulsan, Jessica Gonpra, Jonathan Gray, Mark Timmins, Martin Ireland, Nige Levanterman, Patrick Blower, Paul Kingsley Squire, Riaz Sanatian, Sarah Fosse, Sita Morar, Tom Cox, Victor Guidini, WanRu Lin
Join us in a celebration of London’s most exciting contemporary artists, with a few specially selected from further afield. We are exhibiting the work of thirty-one unique individuals working tirelessly on the highest quality paintings, embroidery, photography and much more.
Espacio Gallery and The Artists' Pool presents a group of young artists making early transitions in their careers, encouraged to unleash their creativity on the world.
Creativity is a free spirit. It can be nurtured, supported, guided and developed. But it thrives best without restrictions and is at it's strongest without limitations; when all rules are relaxed, bindings are cut and obstacles removed, a visceral creative energy is allowed to flow freely and truly from the soul.