ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Demsky at StolenSpace, Howard Dyke, Julie F Hill at Glass Cloud, Isn’tses at Gallery 46, We’re All Going To Die Of Something at Blasé House…

It goes it goes it goes it goes, it goes like this, well something like this, five art things in this still formingnw world? That Stephen Pinnell piece up there is the 122nd of 200 pieces of art you ca nfind in the third and (maybe not quite) final Cultivate on-line show durng this lockdown…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Luke Jordan live from Gallery 46, Hell Gette at Annka Kultys Gallery, Khadija Saye, Breath is Invisible, Luke Ratz at Cave Pimlico, Expectations is reopening at Emalin…

And so the London galleries, the “proper” ones rather than the print-pimps with their shops full of neatly framed pieces, the print shops that sometimes masquerade as galleries with their tediously conservative limited edition neatly framed print releases, the “proper” galleries are starting to open up, the galleries of Mayfair and the more establishment spaces…

ORGAN PREVIEW: Chris Moon returns to London and Gallery 46 with Monday Club, a new series of paintings based on the artist’s daily cycle from his studio to London Fields Lido…

STOP PRESS: The opening night “private view” will now happen this Thursday rather than this Wednesday. We assume this is something to do with a football match…  Chris Moon returns to London with Monday Club, a new series of paintings based on the artist’s daily cycle from his studio to London Fields Lido. – The…

ORGAN THING: Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky – This is The Gate of Heaven at Gallery 46, Whitechapel, East London, now that was an opening…

Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky – This is The Gate of Heaven at Gallery 46, Whitechapel, East London –  “Working around themes of transformation, corruption and conservation, the show presents a banquet of the senses and a magic bullet for these dark times” – we’ve seen lots of Paul Sakoilsky in recent years, his paintings,…

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…