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‘The future of art’ – The Guardian The summer of 2019 will see The Other Art Fair open its newest London fair from 4-7 July. Presented by Saatchi Art, over 100 artists will take over West Handyside Canopy and The Crossing in King’s Cross for the four-day event, presenting an incredible line-up of independent and […]

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This July Art on a Postcard (AOAP) will take over the upstairs of Old Spitalfields Market in the heart of Shoreditch, Europe’s hub of graffiti and street art, to present a unique auction and exhibition of Urban Contemporary Art and Street Photography. This is a unique opportunity to take home specially created and signed works […]

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 LOVE THE PLANET.  LOVE EACH OTHER.  LOVE ART ART CAR BOOT FAIR 2019 Sunday 23rd June 1-6pmCubitt Square, Stable StreetKings Cross, N1C 4BT ‘The most stylish car boot sale imaginable’ – Vogue The Art Car Boot Fair’s mid-summer art love-in will take over Lewis Cubitt Square in King’s Cross on 23rd June. This is a unique chance to […]

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“I began to wonder whether it’s people like me, the introverted, who are truly the most self-absorbed and self-centred.” – Tim Fishlock In his second solo exhibition at Hang-Up, artist Tim Fishlock questions and appraises our information saturated age and asks us to confront what the deluge of opinion, narcissism and image overkill is doing […]

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Renowned Magnum photographer Werner Bischof brought early 1950s America vividly to life through his series of enigmatic and expansively composed images, yet his tragic death at 38 meant that this work was never printed in his lifetime.  A true innovator, Bischof was one of the first documentary photographers to approach colour seriously. At the time, […]

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Adam and the Ants – Kings Of The Wild Frontier LP sleeve, 1980 © Peter Ashworth Peter Ashworth created some of the most memorable images of 1980s icons. He photographed Soft Cell, Eurythmics, Blancmange, The The, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Adam Ant, Tina Turner, Julian Cope, and The Clash, to name but a few, for album sleeves and magazine […]

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The Other Art Fair will be celebrating its 30th edition by taking over two Central London locations for the first time since its launch in 2011. October 2018 will see the Fair return to the historic Victoria House in Bloomsbury, and, just across the road, the second location will also offer an exciting new programme […]

Screening of Shiraz Bayjoo’s film Ile de France which was filmed during a Gasworks/ Triangle Network Fellowship at pARTage, Mauritius, in 2014, followed by conversation with art historian, critic and curator Christine Eyene.

The Principle of Sufficient Irritation brings together the work of three artists who transform discarded metals, reclaimed materials, and demolished places.

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Sweet ‘Art is a non-profit arts organisation based in London and dedicated to the promotion of upcoming and established artists through exciting art events with a difference. Saturday 30th July 10am -10pm – Sunday 31st July 10am -6pm Opening Reception Saturday 30th July 4pm – 6.30pm After Party Saturday 30th July 6.30pm -10pm Free 47-49 […]

Featuring Gretta Louw, Lily Hibberd, Brook Andrew, Curtis Taylor, Jenny Fraser, Sharon Nampijinpa Anderson and the Warnayaka Art Centre. Networking the Unseen is the first exhibition of its kind to focus on the intersection of indigenous cultures and zeitgeist digital practices in contemporary art. Where? Furtherfield Gallery- McKenzie Pavilion, Finsbury Park, London, N4 2NQ When? […]

We live in a world of bots that elusively infiltrate our online lives; from social bots to surveillance bots, joke bots to news bots. This event explores bot behaviour and the creative and darker side of these computer programmes through installations, talks and performances from artists, developers, theorists and activists.

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