Articles tagged England


Colour octa-gone: Liz West’s 3D pointillism is hiding something

Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.


dRMM builds a cancer care centre that's therapeutic in nature

OLDHAM, England – Built like a treehouse, constructed with cross-laminated hardwood, Maggie’s Oldham offers a community space that’s open-concept in more ways than one.


8 artists built this city with G F Smith paper

Kingston upon Hull, England – An enormous paper cod fish swims alongside islands of paper stars. Made using G . F Smith’s Colorplan range, Paper City features work by eight UK …


Brinkworth and Michael Marriott combine metal and mismatched brick for Bird’s interior

LONDON – The teams of Brinkworth and designer Michael Marriott’s studio were jointly commissioned to design the fast-food eatery Bird in Islington.

Stratford St Mary, 2012, courtesy of the artist, Osborne Samuel, the National Trust and the Boat House Gallery

Summer Days in the Valley by Justin Partyka

Gainsborough, Constable and Munnings have immortalised East Anglian landscapes through their paintings – now photographer Justin Partyka will provide an alternative to the grand vistas of these …

In a new interior for Hostem, JamesPlumb embraces a raw materiality.

Hostem Third Floor by JamesPlumb

Continuing a successful three-year collaboration, JamesPlumb recently completed a third floor for Hostem boutique on London’s Redchurch Street.

Emma Hart, Clipboard, 2013, ceramic, photograph, courtesy the artist and Wysing Arts Centre

Hey, I’m Mr Poetic at Wysing Arts Centre

Situated in rural Cambridgeshire, the Wysing Arts Centre has played a crucial role in supporting artists over the last two decades. Comprising 10 separate buildings, including a 17th century …

Palermo, 1982. Nerina worked as prostitute and was drug-dealing. She was killed by the mafia because she did not respect the rules © Letizia Battaglia

Breaking the Code of Silence by Letizia Battaglia

Men lying in their bloodsoaked clothes on streets, masked children clutching guns without flinching – these are the harrowing scenes that find their way into the black-and-white photographs of

Lilicoptère, 1/4, 2012, photograph by Luís Vasconcelos, courtesy Unidade Infinita Projectos | Château de Versailles

Time Machine by Joana Vasconcelos

Having made her dramatically visceral debut at the Venice Biennale in 2005, where she exhibited a 5 metre high chandelier comprising 25,000 tampons, Joana Vasconcelos has worked for the past few …

Installation view of Andrea Hasler's work at Embrace the Base, courtesy of the artist

Embrace the Base: Andrea Hasler and Pam Hardman

New Greenham Arts is a rather interesting exhibition space: formally known as “Building 113”, the studio was originally used by the Ministry of Defence (RAF) until it was declared redundant for …

Kate Lyddon, Sexy Gravestone, courtesy of the artist and Galerie d'YS

London Art Fair 2014

Stalwarts of the London Art Fair will know that the event, which provides a conducive environment for the showcase of both established and emerging artists around the world, is well into its 26th

From the Lost Villages series by Neil A White

Introducing: Neil A. White

The north of England has served as inspiration for many great creative talents, including Hockney and Wordsworth. Yet English-born artist Neil A. White is not interested in quixotic vignettes of …