Country Music comes to Clapham

Leslie Manasseh talks to director, Scott Le Crass about Country Music, a play about the 20-year history of a crime Clapham’s Omnibus Theatre will shortly...

IN BRIXTON – an exhibition of photos from times past

  Chris Steele-Perkins is a photographer who lived in Brixton for many years from the 1970s. His pictures record the life of the community from...

Art at Brixton Library – Colin Barnes

'Versace Crimewave' is new series of works by artist Colin Barnes which explore the tension between a mainstream media narrative and the current climate...

Local photographer Jim Grover marks 25 years of women priests

Jim Grover, whose photographs capture the spiritual and the secular essence of South London life, has another exhibition of his work opening soon. His Windrush:...

Last call for local artists

Local Brixton artists have just one week to submit entries to the Blog & Bugle summer art show to showcase their work. It’s easy to do....

Are you an artist living in or around Brixton?

Do you want to enter our summer art show?  The Brixton Blog and Bugle are planning a summer exhibition to showcase the work of local...

Brixton gallery extends TextaQueen exhibition

The Empire's New Clothes exhibition at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning on Railton Road has been extended for an extra week and will now...

Celebration of Brixton’s vibrant and rich history

Community arts organisation Art4Space together with pupils from Lansdowne school in Brixton have been working together on a mosaic mural for the school playground. A...

Local artist Martin Grover exhibits in West End

For the Records You still have time to catch local artist Martin Grover’s exhibition of paintings of the sleeves of vinyl records that take those...

From Book Stop Brixton to Waterstones

Book Stop Brixton on Somerleyton Road recently became the studio for street artist Neequaye Dsane, also known as Dreph. He worked over a weekend to...

Harald Sohlberg the man who loved trees

Dulwich Picture Gallery: Harald Sohlberg the man who loved trees Over the course of his career, the Norwegian artist Harald Sohlberg used different media and techniques....

Windrush generation journey: a Brixton exhibition

  Lifeline a retrospective of works by Paul Dash at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Born in Barbados and a member of the Windrush generation, Paul Dash...

For the Records

If you’re old enough, local artist Martin Grover’s beautifully rendered trompe l’oeil (visual trick) paintings of vinyl record sleeves take you back...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Stouping by Rebecca Harper Bloomberg New...

Art Shows

Politics in Art Recurring images, complex patterns, bold colours and campaigning messages figure in the work of Jamaican-born and New York-raised artist, Jackson Shuri, on...

Sanctum Ephemeral photo series of Cressingham residents available as a book

Mark Aitken’s Sanctum Ephemeral photo installation on Cressingham Gardens Estate is now available as a limited edition book. The book launches today (13 December)...

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Custody comes to Ovalhouse

Created by Tom Wainwright and Urban Wolf, this powerful drama records and explores the impact on his mother, his brother, his sister and his...

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