Gallery run 5th December

William Blake at Tate Britain. From Dante’s Divine Comedy. At the gates of Purgatory

Drinking Fountain by Alison Wilding in Rathbone Square, London.

James Welling of Maureen Paley with digital photographs of ancient Roman and Greek artefacts. The photos themselves have been “aged” through their own printing process.

John Cage artefact (a famous one) at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Leo Fitzmaurice in the City Sculpture In The City.

Jyll Bradley Sculpture In The City.

A contemporary sculpture with bag over the head as depicted in various photos of recent wars. By Reza Aramesh Sculpture In The City.

Leake Street.

Saroj Patel at Tension Fine Art showing also with Becky Lyon. Organic plant-like forms.

Gallery run 5th June

Marylyn Molisso at Tension Fine Art.
Exciting new show at a gallery that supports experimental art in South East London.

Street art meets canal boat on Islington stretch of Regent’s Canal.

On the water near Kings Cross, propane tanks aglow.

Laure Prouvost at Lisson Gallery with text on a corner.

Faith Ringgold at Serpentine Gallery with poignant painted canvases integrated into stitched, quilted, borders.

Faith Ringgold at Serpentine Gallery with paintings showing powerful narratives. A burning ship and its trade are the very symbols of injustice.

Faith Ringgold holds court and all of our attention at Serpentine Gallery today as she discusses her work there.

Shelagh Cluett at Greengrassi with delicate, sea-creature-like sculptures.

David Lieske at Corvi Mora.