Following the success of previous events in Miami and New York, The Dean Collection & Bacardi are presenting their immersive art and music event No Commission: London from December 8-10. Curated by music producer Swizz Beatz, the art fair is designed specifically to … Continue reading
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After nine months of preparation, Irish born, London based artist Conor Harrington is presenting a new solo exhibition ‘Watch Your Palace Fall’ at Pace Gallery London in Soho. Continuing his narrative of politically charged oil paintings, Conor Harrington depicts fights between military … Continue reading
Following Bedlam (2012), The Minotaur (2011), Hell’s Half Acre (2010), Lazarides and the Vinyl Factory are hosting their sixth adventurous off-site exhibition coinciding with Frieze Art Fair. In response to the theme BRUTAL nineteen artists are showcasing dynamic installations, murals, film, animation, … Continue reading
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Conor Harrington is returning to London for another exhibition titled A Whole Lot of Trouble for a Little Bit of Win, this time at The Outsiders. The show features 20 studies and works on paper leading up to the Morning Glory painting he did for his 2012 … Continue reading