• 07/03/2014

    Charlotte Hodes - The Grammar of Ornament in Design Week

    By Emily Gosling

    Back in 1856, architect Owen Jones outlined his Thirty Seven Propositions – a series of ideas that set out to stop what he saw to be the tendency at the time to ‘copy’ images, without any comprehension of what made them beautiful.

    His writings went on to have a significant impact on British design in the latter half of the 19th century, and now Charlotte Hodes is casting her eye over them, reinterpreting the ideas as a 21st century woman.

  • 19/01/2014

    Rachel Shaw Ashton in The Fine Art Post

  • 17/01/2014

    Thurle Wright's Wallpaper chosen as one of London Art Fair's works you cannot miss

  • 17/12/2013

    Lynn Dennison is a finalist for 'Sculpture Shock 2014'

    Congratulations and good luck to Lynn Dennison who is a finalist in the Royal Society of British Sculptors' competition Sculpture Shock 2014

    Sculpture Shock is an award for artists working in three dimensions. Three winners each receive £3,000 and undertake a 3 month residency in a studio in Kensington culminating in a surprising spatial intervention in one of three non-traditional spaces: SUBTERRANEAN, AMBULATORY or HISTORIC.

    The jury includes Cornelia Parkey, an artist who...

  • 13/11/2013

    Ricardo Cinalli's house in Buenos Aires featured in new book

    Casa de Artistas, a new book of photographs by Florencia Gonzalez Alzaga y Monica Testoni features Ricardo Cinalli's house in Buenos Aires. The book presents houses where artists work and live. Cinalli's flat in downtown Buenos Aires, a few blocks away from the hustle and bustle of Puerto Madero, surrounds the visitor with dreamlike frescoes and drawings in gold and white.