Categories ArtPosted on

The Subversive Art of Aida Emelyanova

SEEN recently had the great pleasure of talking to Kazahkstan-born artist and model Aida Emelyanova. Her work was featured in the Daily Mail and as Aida says herself, rather proved her point about how women’s bodies are negatively judged.

Categories ArtPosted on

Rachel Lindsey-Clark: Breath and Shadow

Artist and lithographer Rachel Lindsay-Clark has long been an observer of London. From her early years visiting her sculptor grandfather who had a studio on the King’s Road to her days as a student at Goldsmith’s College in the late 70s, to working in a studio in the pre-gentrification Surrey Docks area, she has had the opportunity of examining and drawing the city In all its moods and states; ever a magnet for a child growing up in the dull suburbs.

Categories ArtPosted on

L’ECLAIREUR at PAD London 2016: Art + Design

L’ECLAIREUR features a new selection of five designers for its debut at PAD London, a leading fair for 20th Century art, design and decorative arts taking place from October 5th to 9th in the heart of Mayfair. This PAD edition celebrates its 10th anniversary at Berkeley Square, with more than 65 exhibitors from all around the world.

Categories ArtPosted on 2 Comments on The Maverick Expo: a Breath of Fresh Air for London Art Lovers

The Maverick Expo: a Breath of Fresh Air for London Art Lovers

The list of activities and events in London’s autumn are endless, and SEEN loves to look for alternative places with a dynamic atmosphere. This time, we are delighted to announce the celebration of the third edition of The Maverick Expo, taking place at the Noho Studios from the 6th to the 9th October.

Categories ArtPosted on

You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 Exhibition is on now at the V&A Museum

You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 is a new V&A Museum major exhibition, now on display until Sunday, 26th February, that must be SEEN. It takes you to a trip from 1966 to 1970; five extraordinary years of defining significance and impact on our present and future, expressed through some of the greatest music and performances of the 20th century, alongside fashion, film, design and political activism.

Categories ArtPosted on

Driving Out the Darkness: A New Exhibition at Lights of Soho

SEEN has waxed lyrical in the past about the excellent Lights of Soho private members’ club and art gallery on Brewer Street in Soho. An exhibition of open submissions by artists working in the medium of neon and light art is due to open this Wednesday evening. Naturally, SEEN will be in attendance.