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July 21st, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Teresa Gillespie x The John Jones Project Space

July 2nd, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Nederlands Dans Theater 1 x Sadler’s Wells

July 2nd, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Larry Clark £100 Photograph Sale

July 1st, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Festival Preview: Wilderness 2014

June 30th, 2014 by ART WEDNESDAY

Studio Visit: Annu Kilpeläinen

Teresa Gillespie x The John Jones Project Space

Dublin born artist Teresa Gillespie’s Return to the Borderland Bends concerns itself with the environmental surroundings of the space it occupies. Currently on show at The John Jones Project Space, an …

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Nederlands Dans Theater 1 x Sadler’s Wells

If you’ve never seen a gravity room you will do soon – they are appearing all over the cultural and non-cultural sphere. At Sadler’s Wells last night, we witnessed another; …

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Larry Clark £100 Photograph Sale

Ever since Tulsa, the 1971 seminal book of black and white images that were shot in Larry Clark‘s Oklahoma hometown, the American artist, photographer and director has continually pushed the …

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Festival Preview: Wilderness 2014

Year on year we promise ourselves we’ll try more festivals, and every year we can’t help but head on back to Wilderness. Offering beautiful surroundings (Oxfordshire estate), magical woodlands, nudie …

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Studio Visit: Annu Kilpeläinen

We invited ourselves round to illustrator Annu Kilpeläinen‘s gaff to see how the rainbow-riot-colour-lover likes to work. Evidently it involves dinosaurs, donuts and the Dalston Post Office… Art Wednesday: Lush studio! Can …

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Wednesday’s Child: Rhiannon Adam

As summer starts to properly hit its stride, we caught up with photographer Rhiannon Adam, whose sun-soaked images of  Margate and Benidorm make the unlikeliest of beach resorts feel like a slice of …

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Insights: Sarah Ball

Award-winning artist Sarah Ball lives and works in rural Wales, and far removed from the city-centric art-bubble, she paints portraits that come with an unusual sense of stillness and quiet. Sarah sources …

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ART WEDNESDAY X SECRET GARDEN PARTY COMPETITION

CALLING ALL ARTISTS, DESIGNERS AND ILLUSTRATORS! BECOME PART OF THE SECRET GARDEN PARTY LEGEND BY DESIGNING THE FESTIVAL’S ICONIC DOORWAY INTO THE OLD FIRE CIRCLE. Art Wednesday and Secret Garden …

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Interview: Leo Babsky

The pared-back palette, tactile materials, fresh, minimalist finish and beautifully unbalanced arrangement of Leo Babsky‘s sculptures tick all our aesthetic boxes at Art Wednesday. This London-based artist and Central St …

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Guest Pick: Venetia Dearden

Photographer Venetia Dearden is a Somerset girl with Glastonbury stamped through her like a stick of rock. Growing up a stone’s throw from the festival site will do that to a girl. …

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What’s On: At FRAC

Last week we had the chance to visit the FRAC gallery in Dunkirk, France. The newly built translucent space sits right atop the beach alongside a mirrored image of itself …

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How To: Hangover Cure

In part 3 of our short film series, How To, we popped over to the infamous Rita’s Bar & Dining on Mare Street. Just in time for the bank holiday …

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Introducing…Kate Bland

Meet Kate Bland, a London artist who caught our eye with her tiny architectural paintings, which are hung in their own little viewing boxes allowing every artwork to have their …

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Preview: Artcore International 14

Hotel Elephant is Southwark’s answer to an art playground; a 15,000 sqft laboratory for artistic exploration, where the filmmakers, performers and visual artists of SE1 can flex their creative muscles. …

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Insights: Rich Gilligan

Dublin photographer  Rich Gilligan first popped up on our radar with his counterculture skate book DIY, where he captured the make-shift parks and ramps of the US and European skate scene in …

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Preview: RCA Grad Show

The much anticipated RCA Graduate Fashion Show is nearing, so we popped by their studios to see what the students were up to. We chatted with a few of them …

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Claire de Rouen Books: Reading List

We popped over to our favourite Soho bookshop, Claire de Rouen Books, for a little browse. While we were there, director Lucy Moore gave us her Top 5 Reading List! …

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How To: Kebabs

For Part 2 of our new short film series How To, we went to visit one of our favourite spots in Dalston; Turkish ocakbasi, Mangal 2. We asked them to teach us …

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Introducing…Encounter

AW met with the enterprising young cofounders of Encounter – Alexander Caspari and Jordan Harris – at Sketch in London’s Mayfair, where they had just curated an exhibition of eye-catching …

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Wednesday’s Child: Adam Batchelor

Living on a farm has its advantages, particularly if you’re pretty nifty at drawing animals and you have the patience to observe the natural habitat of the little critters for …

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Insights: Grimes And Jones

Insights is a new series in which we are asking some of our favourite artists to give us the story behind their work. This week we are featuring the hilarious best-friend-art-duo …

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I Scream Factory x A_SPACE

In this latest instalment from the I Scream Factory (the vagabond collective of emerging creatives inspired by the ideal that ice cream is indeed a metaphor for life’s fragilities…) all artwork has …

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Wendy Bevan x Cob Gallery

Peeling back the layers of Wendy Bevan‘s photography reveals an ethereal woman, often nude as a nymph, underneath a beautiful, psychedelic veil of dissipating colour and soft pattern. Slow Light, Wendy’s …

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Eat Sleep Art Repeat: Frieze NYC 2014

Frieze New York kicks off on Friday, so for those of you who are NYC-bound, here’s the AW pick of satellite fairs and fringe events (and a couple of R&R pit …

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Studio Visit: May Van Millingen

Say hello to May van Millingen; top illustrator and Art Wednesday new girl who caught our eye with her tasty depictions of store cupboard staples. Neatly categorised fungi, jewel-hued pomegranates, …

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