You have probably seen all that street art popping up in the Dulwich area in the last couple of years. And you have probably gathered that they are pretty much all based on paintings in the permanent collection of Dulwich Picture Gallery. A large, lavishly illustrated book has been written about this strange project: ‘Street Art Fine Art’. Now 15 of the participating street artists have painted many of the covers of this hardback, and these illuminated books are on show at C&C Gallery in Forest Hill. ‘Street Art Book Art’ is on until 19 July.
JP Art Gallery’s successful, nomadic Pop Up formula has helped them to secure their first permanent Gallery in the heart of Clapham, London SW11! Opening 1st June 2015: they specialise in sourcing some of the […]
Victoria Rachel Brook is excited to exhibit ‘Lamplight’ a new solo exhibition of watercolour paintings at the Jane Newbury Gallery. Victoria’s widely-acknowledged as one of the most exceptionally-talented young artists of her generation. Her imaginative, magical images of children and […]
This is Tony Jarman’s first solo show since graduating from Central St Martins with a BA Fine Art degree in 2009. Since then he has always participated in the Dulwich Open Studios event and will […]
The secret’s out: Fragonard’s ‘Young Woman’ revealed as replica. The identity of a replica painting, which has been hanging in place of the original at Dulwich Picture Gallery has been revealed as Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s Young […]
Friday 08 May, 6-9pm sees the opening of eye music at The Arches Courtyard Space, Blenheim Grove, Peckham. The exhibition takes place the weekends of the 9 & 10 and 16 & 17 May, specially […]
It is very possible to live in a neighbourhood for years and not discover some of its hidden treasures. It is often the case when we have our open studios that people who have lived […]
On Saturday 18 April, Conrad Shawcross will visit Dulwich Park for the formal ‘launch’ of his new work Three Perpetual Chords. The artist calls the three sinuous pieces ‘visual descriptions of musical chords’. Regular park […]