ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Amy Beager at Kristin Hjellegjerde, Her Discontents Downstairs at The Department Store, Nick Grindrod, Anne Rothenstein and Caroline Coon at Stephen Friedman Gallery…

Right then, like we already said, time to whatever again, well we said that last week (and the week before), are we into a so called new art season now? Never did see much of difference between August and September, has the season kicked off now? Five more art things then. five art things, almost…

ORGAN PREVIEW: Nick Grindrod’s much-anticipated solo exhibition, Strata, presented by Smithson Gallery, opens in Soho, London, this Friday…

“This Autumn, we return to London with Nick Grindrod‘s much-anticipated solo exhibition, Strata” so say Smithson Gallery, and in this case, “much-anticipated” does feel right. There’s quite a few of us waiting to see Nick Grindrod’s work in the actual living breathing flesh. You might be familiar with him from some of our Cultivate on-line…

ORGAN THING: Watch the video for Animals, taken from Cosey Fanni Tutti’s new album Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes…

Organ Thing of The Day: One last delicious slice of that new Cosey Fanni Tutti album, Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes, her original soundtrack recordings for Caroline Catz’ acclaimed film about Derbyshire. We have featured tracks from the album a number of times over the last couple of months, the album is out now…

ORGAN PREVIEW: The fifth in an ongoing series of Three x Three shows from Cultivate will open, on line, once again hosted here by Organ, on Tuesday 20th September…

The fifth in an ongoing series of Three x Three shows from Cultivate will open, on line, once again hosted here on the Organ website, on Tuesday 20th September at 7pm (UK time). The Three x Three exhibitions feature a selection of work from three invited artists each time. Three artists we think fit together…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Babak Ganjei’s Vibe Dump at Atom Gallery, Ra Tack at IMT, Pigeon Park 2, Ken Currie at Flowers, Chou Yu-Cheng at Kate MacGarry Gallery, Carolee Schneemann at Hales and…

Right then, time to whatever again, well we said that last week (and the week before), the start of a so called new art season, never quite got that way of thinking myself, for some of us art doesn’t stop and if it is starting again well then it really hasn’t yet has it? True,…

ORGAN THING: Did the sky move for you? An artist-led sculpture trail in North London. Installation, performance, ribbons, plates, a heron all during London Sculpture Week and until September 18th…

The sky is moving sideways so she said. On Monday we got slightly sunburnt installing the work in the last of the Summer sunshine, on Tuesday evening for the private view we all got rather wet. The sound of the rain, the near silence of the North London twilight and well, it was perfect weather…