ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Inside-Outside Part 2, Rowdy, Dscreet and co via BSMTspace, Richard Cartwright at John Martin Gallery, (Far from the) Turmoil, Gordon Dalton at Aleph Contemporary…

Five Art Things to Check Out?  It was a regular feasture on these fractured pages, it was a weekly thing, we haven’t done it since the start of April. Shall we do it today?  In these times of lockdown and social distancing and galleries with doors even more firmly closed than they so often were…

ORGAN THING: Pure has nothing to do with clean, Paul Sakoilsky, Cedric Christie and who cares about about the temperament of artists disagreeing with artists? The start of yet another art show…

PURE HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CLEAN‘ – Paul Sakoilsky and Cedric Christie at Angus-Hughes Gallery, London E5. October 2018 – It really is good when it happens in a spontaneous way, really must ask Paul Sakoilsky (or Cedric Christie) how this one actually came about? Paul said something about having something like ten days…

STOP THE WAR – an East London art show – the opening night…

STOP THE WAR is an art show that opened on Friday 28th March and ends on Wednesday 30th April. This art show is exhibited  opposite the current FASHION IS FAKE show at East London’s INDRA AND SAMIA GALLERY.  “Both art shows exploring the effects of imperialism and capitalism” so reads the less is more press…

ORGAN THING: Joshua Compston, East London, closed doors, a visionary, A Fete Worst Than Death, an anniversary exhibition and…

A Fete Worst Than Death 2014 20th anniversary exhibition and fete (striving for a better Woolworths) Right now, with East End galleries seemingly retreating and mostly conservatively operating from behind very unobvious unwelcoming uninclusive unfriendly and to some, rather intimidating closed doors, that and things maybe not looking quite so healthy in the east end…