V&A Ceramics Resident: Matt Smith

October 2015 – end of March 2016 Supported by Maurice and Rosemary Lambert Matt Smith is well known for his site-specific work in museums, galleries and historic houses. Matt started his work life at the V&A before developing exhibitions at the Science Museum and the British Film Institute. After retraining in ceramics, his work as…

Introducing: Dijan Kahrimanovic

Bosnian artist Dijan Kahrimanovic will present, for the first time ever, a performance work in London at the Private View of  ‘Young Masters: Dialogues’ at Sphinx Fine Art, 12 – 24 October 2015. Dijan Kahrimanovic Untitled 2015 Projector with performance Each slide is available as a 21 x 29.7cm c-type digital print, edition of 3…

Introducing: Jam Sutton

Jam Sutton, born 1986 in Great Britain, is a multi-disciplinary artist, whose work combines pop culture, art and surrealism. Breaking away from the boundaries of traditional photography, Sutton captures his subjects in new and exciting ways. From shooting to post production, Sutton is fully hands-on and in control of every artistic aspect, creating his bold recognisable…

Q&A with Shane Wolf

Young Masters: Dialogues presents Contemporary works inspired by the Sphinx Fine Art Old Master Collection.  Each artist invited to participate in the exhibition has had the opportunity to explore the works in the Sphinx collection and either pair an existing piece of work with an Old Master, or make an entirely new work in response…

Young Masters Interview With Yigal Ozeri

Young Masters: Dialogues presents Contemporary works inspired by the Sphinx Fine Art Old Master Collection.  Each artist invited to participate in the exhibition has had the opportunity to explore the works in the Sphinx collection and either pair an existing piece of work with an Old Master, or make an entirely new work in response…

EVEWRIGHT | BFI Screening Walking Drawings Across The Estuaries | Ripon Cathedral Great North Art Show 2015

EVEWRIGHT’S WALKING DRAWINGS ACROSS THE ESTUARIES WILL BE CINEMATICALLY SCREENED AT THE BFI BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE. AS PART OF AFRICAN ODYSSEYS / NO COLOUR BAR EVENT / one day only 12 September 2015.  BFI NFT3, Southbank Centre. 2pm Tickets : £6.50 Book Tickets Here at (tickets limited): http://www.whatson.bfi.org.uk/online/  Canvas and Sand The installation, Walking Drawings Across the Estuaries will be part of a…