Indian-origin artist Amol K Patil is the first recipient of the Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation/Kochi-Muziris Biennale (DBF-KMB) Award, a multi-year exhibition and lecture programme spotlighting South Asian artists. He was selected thanks to the formidable
Tucked in an alleyway in Soho sits Phillida Reid, an airy and bright gallery showcasing both emerging and established artists. In its latest exhibition, East Londoner Mohammed Z. Rahman takes center stage with
How do we find healing spaces in a constant cycle of generational trauma? Amartey Golding shows us with “Bring Me to Heal”.
From 19 November 2021, set designer, multidisciplinary artist and world-builder Lydia Chan will be transforming NOW Gallery into a provocative and futuristic fantasy world. Through an alternative lens, Lydia has reinterpreted nature as a foreign planet and bridged
For centuries, museums and art galleries have been regarded as the hallmark of culture. But even though museums have been hotspot for representing cultures and experiences all over the world, they have
Tucked away in the rare tranquil streets of Piccadilly circus lies a hidden gem… the Gallery of African Art. The gallery opened its doors in May 2013 and since then have been dedicated to