ORGAN THING: More exploring of more East London art, you really really should check out those Nicholas Crombach and Brian Paumier shows at New Art Projects while you still can…

Went exploring art yesterday, we go exploring galleries and art and such more days than we don’t, there’s always another show to see or an exciting to return to or a wall to check out, there’s the current show at Fred Mann’s New Art Projects (Sheep Lane, Hackney, by the canal and parallel to Broadway…

ORGAN PREVIEW: All aboard for the 2018 Art Car Boot Fair, tickets are now on sale – “get your tickets to secure your place at the art world’s most exuberant event!”

  The Art Car Boot Fair is always an adventure, the annual London events, the visits to Liverpool, Folkestone, Margate or wherever we may go. Last year the London leg took place South of the river down in Vauxhall, a move away from the Art Car Boot Fair spiritual home of Brick Lane. Brick Lane…

ORGAN THING: A tale of two shows, first night of the 2018 Whitechapel Open and Sandra Chevrier’s solo show at StolenSpace, one alive and exciting, the other rather tired and beige…

Well there’s certainly something of a buzz in this part of East London tonight, it isn’t an the 2018 Whitechapel Open though. Stolen Space Gallery is buzzing tonight, there’s a line up the street waiting for the gallery to open,  we’re right around the corner from Whitechapel Gallery itself, two East End galleries within a…

ORGAN PREVIEW: This Is The Gate Of Heaven, an artistic collaboration featuring Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky, opens at Gallery 46, East London, this Thursday evening…

Gallery 46 say they are “proud to present the first joint exhibition in London and first full collaboration by Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky”, Looks like an interesting one, as it always is with Mr Sakoilsky of course.  The gallery go on to say, “working around themes of transformation, corruption and conservation, the show presents…

ORGAN THING: Molly Soda at Annka Kultys Gallery, Hackney Road, East London, is she joking? The first encounter with the web-cam performance artist Molly Soda’s work will probably not occur in a traditional gallery or…

Molly Soda at Annka Kultys Gallery, Hackney Road, East London, May 2018 – So what to make of American web-cam performance artist Molly Soda’s latest exhibition at the Annka Kultys Gallery space as she takes on the world of YouTube and social media in general. I guess the show throws out all kind of questions…