Last Thursday (9th April) hundreds of art lovers descended on Unit 5 Gallery for the opening night of the hotly anticipated debut U.K solo exhibition from Brazilian artist, Alex Senna The show runs until 23rd of April and features 15 new canvases, 23 mini sculptures and two limited edition screen prints, showcasing the artists’ endless imagination, boundless dedication and incredible skill. https://www.unit5gallery.co.uk/ Unit 5 Gallery The Yard, Yorkton St London E2 8NH Read more […]
Gazelli Art House is delighted to announce the third solo show of British artist Saad Qureshi to coincide with ‘Places for Nova,’ his public commission for Land Securities in Victoria, opening early 2017.
Known primarily for his ambitious sculptural works, drawing has always been a central part of Qureshi’s practice, and the exhibition at the gallery will feature the first international presentation of his new landscape drawings and works on paper.
Unit 5 Gallery is proud to announce its inaugural group exhibition, presenting a spectacular collection of sculpture, installation, and three-dimensional works from a stellar line-up of local and international street artists. In the first London group show of its kind, ‘In Depth’ shines the spotlight on the often clandestine yet ever expanding world of street art sculpture. The show will feature works from over 20 highly acclaimed artists; from those known primarily for their sculptural Read more […]
The highly imaginative surrealist French painter and street artist has become a cult icon over the past few years for his playful, insanely colourful yet highly technically characters which have been produced on all
manner of surfaces – both legally and illegally – across the world.
From March 10th to March 25 the artists and old friends SAEIO and Antoine HORFEE join together to host a new exhibition in two different locations : the Arts sans Frontière, a cultural space booked especially for the occasion, and the Galerie P38 where the exhibition will take place until April 25th. The Game, as a vector of new perceptions, like a way to transcend the codes and the established order, by freeing itself from a dictated view. The Game as jubilation, as sharing, as a fight Read more […]
Mari Nordén aka Maja Skillz can be classified into many categories but at the end of the day, she is an all-around creative. The Olso-based singer, producer, artist and designer, who has morphed the sound of pop, electronica, trap and more, is creating truly exciting and brilliant music. Having been a part of the band Shy For Shore, her latest project finds her experimenting with vocal styles and textures like brush strokes on the palette, forming vivid pieces of fine art. The latest Maja Skillz release ‘FALL APRT’, is a documentation of a relationship gone awry, yet musically decorated with beautiful sonics of alt-pop, lush and rich. Expect a tidal wave of artistry in 2016 from the Norwegian mastermind.
Singer, musician and composer Sofia Härdig is considered to be one of the leading acts coming out of Sweden with a sound organic and raw, explosively bursting out of the seams with energy. No stranger to the music industry, Härdig has worked with the likes of Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and Julia Crafitz of Pussy Galore, not to mention Grammy Award winning group The Hellacopters and more. In a sense the Swedish artist reflects the very idea of what a true rock star looks, feels and sounds like. Whilst her native country has maintained a tradition of pumping out pop acts, Härdig’s music is experimental, racing, unafraid and unapologetic. Her visuals are performance art, something that was a staple in New York’s East Village punk and new wave scene or West Berlin in the 70s and 80s.
Created by CHAPPO frontman Alex Chappo, ‘The Singularity’ is a six-part animated series which follows the adventures of an astronaut character named Rene Cogito into a trippy journey into a black hole with the intent on saving the world. Quite the entertainment, the music throughout each episode is also provided by NYC band CHAPPO, which is really amazing.
Extremely excited to announce the return of Stour Sessions, a culmination of music, arts, film, visual arts & everything in-between. We have a really special line up to bring in the New Year.
Chinese artist Lei Lei explores the melancholic side of life in his visually vibrant latest work entitled ‘Missing One’. Shown via Nowness, the lack of storyline in the short film helps to emphasis to the bigger picture which is the general apathy that exists between humans. The title points reference at the game of mahjong, in which commonly four players participate. Three players roam the streets in search of one more, yet finds it difficult task.
In response to his film, Lei Lei told Nowness:
“The lack of sympathy among people has made me feel very strange and sad.”