Art News

Friday, February 14, 2020

Blackadder actor Helen Atkinson Wood shows her watercolours at the Hampstead gallery and museum

Many of us fantasise about spotting the work of a master artist in a junk shop. Martin Bailey, a Van Gogh specialist and writer for The Art Newspaper, tells the story of how Peasant Woman in Front of a Farmhouse was found in a junk shop.

Carla Groppi's affectionate drawing of 50s' TV series Bill and Ben was selected from 1500 entries in open submission

Collages of Brexit politicians made from porn mags go on display in a pop up show

A 'queer group show' including works by Soft Cell singer Marc Almond could be the last exhibition at Bloomsbury's not for profit Grade II listed arts centre

Scores of canvases that have been left out in the tropical rainforest hang from every surface of the Hampstead gallery as part of a timely exhibition that higlights the connection between civilisation and a threatened ecological environment

Highgate and Muswell Hill cafe-goers are invited to sign up for a 40 minute blind meeting with a stranger beneath a touring artwork of trees.

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