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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

The astute reader will have noticed that SEEN loves art about London. There are many artists in this city who draw (pun intended) their inspiration from it, none more so than Alex Evans whose fractal renderings hint at the entropic nature of urban life and perhaps also our anxieties and isolation in the 21st century. His latest exhibition ‘Invisible Systems’ can be seen at the Foundry Gallery, tucked away off the King’s Road until 26th October.

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Paul Broomfield: Conscious While the World Sleeps

SEEN recently covered the ‘Contemporary Vanitas’ exhibition at the fabulous Lights of Soho Gallery, so we were thrilled to discover that one of the artists from that show, Paul Broomfield, has a solo show coming up tomorrow at Notting Hill’s Tabernacle.

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Armen Eloyan at Timothy Taylor: Garden

SEEN was very taken with the huge paintings on display at Timothy Taylor’s Mayfair gallery. The huge space is well suited to Eloyan’s latest work ‘Garden’; a concept that contains and displays large-scale canvases and bronze sculptures.

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Herr Nilsson Fills the Lights of Soho with Sinister Sunshine

SEEN’s favourite gallery and members’ bar is playing host to another of their exciting takeovers; this time by Herr Nilsson, as the subversive Swedish street artist launches “Fill the World with Sunshine”. Presented by Mead Carney, this disturbing blend of Disney and irreverent humour gets the neon treatment in this fabulous Soho space.

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The Last Skeptik at the Lights of Soho

Regular readers of SEEN will know that we are huge fans of the varied events that this slice of old-school Soho hosts. Next Wednesday the 8th of June sees the hip-hop DJ and producer The Last Skeptik showcase a series of his critically acclaimed cinematic music videos.

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Alex Evans: The Urban Geometrist

SEEN recently had the pleasure of seeing Alex Evans’ intricate cityscapes – and of meeting the artist himself – and we were immediately struck by the timeless nature of his work. Alex creates his architectural subjects by hand, demonstrating a breathtaking mastery of his technique and a profound recognition of the illusory nature of how we see the cities we live in – it’s never quite as we imagine it.