A selection of stand-out work form Plymouth College of Arts Summer Show 2015 is getting an extra airing at the BOSS exhibition at The Gallery.
Contemporary Brazilian artist Rodrigo Franzão has been creating waves with his 3-D abstract forms.
New and up-and-coming talent with be showcased alongside nationally and internationally significant artists in the new major regional exhibition, the Plymouth Contemporary Open 2015.
Art galleries can sometimes seem a bit unapprochable but the Thelma Hulbert Gallery (THG) in Honiton, Devon, shows a friendly face and guides you through a few things you maybe didn’t know…
Growing up between Syria and Spain, Antonio Marguet attributes a childhood fascination with sculpting plastic objects to the influence of his father’s bubble-gum factory.
A new exhibition showcasing the work of LS Lowry opens at The Lowry with more gallery space than ever before dedicated to the Salford artist.
If you’re in Exeter, treat yourself to a trip to the Exeter Phoenix Cafe Bar to catch an exhibition of new prints by Tanya Morel.
After the success of Thelma Hulbert Gallery’s (THG) interactive exhibition Drop Me A Line – Part 1 featuring the sound installation and drawn lines of artists Michael Fairfax and Louise Baker – the gallery has launched Part 2.
Paul Wright returns to Edgar Modern with a new collection. We Have Contact will present a wide range of subjects, pushing at the boundaries of his wild colour palette.
An internationally renowned composer, multimedia artist and writer will be at Plymouth University to talk about a project which uses innovative new ways to explore the planet’s remotest continent.
A Plymouth city centre hotel will be the venue for an exhibition as artwork by students at Plymouth University is set to go on display later this month.
Visitors to Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM) will be treated to a new exhibition featuring historic scenes of Exeter canal and the Exe.
Josie McCoy is moving studio from Dalston to Hoxton, and as part of the process she’s having a studio sale – pop along to her site to see examples of her work.
Blindonkey – the Italian not-for-profit cultural association which aims to establish a link between art, photography, fashion and music – has launched it’s third Donkey Art Prize – with €2000 on offer for the winners.
The eagle-eyed art aficionados of the south west and beyond will have recognised the presence of a somewhat insolent looking woman popping up hither and thither. The image in question is that Greedy Gwen, who’s been at the National Original Print Exhibition at the Bankside Gallery in London in September 2014; the RWA show in Bristol, and has now made her way to the cover of Ma Bain‘s latest album.
Stephen Fry will today join British artists and a group of Holocaust and genocide survivors in launching a major new arts project, in which the survivors’ stories will be interpreted and retold in poetry, ceramics, sculpture, illustration and collage.
One of our faves Josie McCoy is having a solo exhibition at 10 Grosvenor Street in Mayfair, London. Curated by Vanessa Brady, the show – Reflections – will be on until mid January 2015. There are some installation photographs on the News page of her website.
Taking care of fine art is one of those ‘other people’s problems’ that Douglas Adams said drove the universe, but for some the care of artwork is a very real responsibility they take on for all of us.
Bristol’s Affordable Art Fair is gearing up for an extravaganza of art on sale for between £40 and £4,000 – there’s affordable and affordable.
The annual Shed Summer Show of affordable art and photography at the Malthouse in Lyme Regis is focusing on ‘Muse’.