ORGAN THING: Something Black, An Art Exhibition…

Something Black, An Art Exhibition…  The notion is simple, an on-line curated art exhibition, a group show of artists and a carefully selected curated show united via the vague theme of “something black”. A collection of painters, print makers, video makers, sculptors and more, a simple notion, please explore and enjoy (Sean Worrall, Cultivate, April…

ORGAN PREVIEW: Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo at Ambika P3, a vast 14,000 square foot former industrial testing facility in central London…

Another quick parish notice, looks like there’s lots happening in terms of art in London this coming Thursday. The Howard Griffin Gallery is a constantly rewarding space, The triumph behind artist Pablo Delgado’s yellow door was a particular stand out, ant that Thierry Noir Museum has been rather colourful, did drag on for a long…

CULTIVATE PRESENTS RED: An art exhibition on line…

Cultivate presents (in association with Organ) RED, an art exhibition on line.   The notion is simple, an on-line art exhibition, curated and presented on line. Twenty four artists selected via an on-line open call or by invitation, alongside images from previous Cultivate shows, along with other observations (and that red feeling while waiting for the…

ORGAN THING: Red opens here at 6pm on Monday…

Hot on the heels of Cultivate’s triumphant return to Dalston’s  beautiful basement gallery known as BSMT Space with the Fragile show two weeks ago, Cultivate brings you Red. The show will run here on the Organ pages as well as on the Cultivate website. here’s the Cultivate update…. . Opening on Monday February 27th at…

ORGAN THING: Integration alone is not enough, accidentally exploring British Concrete at the Richard Saltoun gallery…

INTEGRATION ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH – Selected works of British Concrete Poetry 1960-1980 – Curated by Andrew Hunt “Richard Saltoun is pleased to present an exhibition of works of concrete poetry rarely seen in the UK, including artists Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Kenelm Cox, Tom Edmonds, John Furnival, Dom Sylvester Houédard, Peter Mayer, Charles Verey…