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Anthony Padgett with his sculpture of Vincent van Gogh
8 November, 2018, No comments

The first public sculpture of Vincent van Gogh in Britain is to be installed in Brixton’s Van Gogh Walk later this month. The great Dutch artist lived in nearby Hackford […]

Ribera, Apollo and Marsyas

Extraordinary – The Art of Violence

7 November, 2018, No comments

Leslie Manasseh visits a violent but fascinating exhibition Ribera: Art of Violence Dulwich Picture Gallery Until 27 January     Seven years ...

Where’s my spare face?

5 October, 2018, No comments

Spare Face, which opens on 12 October in Brixton’s Block336,  is the first solo presentation of work in the UK by Tamsin Snow. The exhibition w ...

Brixton tube escalator with new mural above

New artwork at station pays homage to Brixton’s murals

20 September, 2018, 2 Comments

Art on the Underground unveiled its latest commission at Brixton tube station today (20 September). The work Remain, Thriving  by artist Njideka Akun ...

  • Syrian-French artist, Fares Cachoux, captures the plight of the Syrian people
    From Nope To Hope
    17 September, 2018, No comments

    Forty artists who withdrew their work from the Design Museum are putting on their own exhibition in the Brixton Rec as part of the Brixton Design Trail. The exhibits were dramatically […]

  • part of the tetraptych "Cruising" by Abe Odedina
    A treat in store
    15 September, 2018, No comments

      “True Love” is an exhibition of paintings by Abe Odedina downstairs at the Department Store and is part of the Brixton Design Trail. “True Love” visualises monologues written by […]

  • Knock Knock cartoon of door
    Who’s there? Art. Art who? Art with a sense of humour
    6 September, 2018, Comments Off on Who’s there? Art. Art who? Art with a sense of humour

      The South London Gallery’s new annexe in a Grade II listed former fire station built in Camberwell in 1867 will open on Saturday 22 September with an exhibition entitled […]