ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Juliette Losq and Stuart Sandford at James Freeman Gallery, SaiakuNana at Saiakunana Gallery, Rune Christensen at Kristin Hjellegjerde, Shino Yanai at Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix, Victoria V Nunley at Moosey and an Exhibition of Contemporary Welsh Art at London Welsh Centre…

Five more art things. five art things, five more art things happening somewhere around right now or any moment now. Five art shows to check out in the coming days. An (almost) weekly round up of recommended art events. Five shows, exhibitions or things we rather think might be worth checking out. Mostly London things…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – James Crowther at New Art Projects, Up Yours! Post Punk & Feminism Revisited at the ICA, Simon the Last at Filet, Andrea Gregson zine launch at Danielle Arnaud Gallery, Teraphim at James Freeman Gallery, The Grotto at Ridley Road Project Space…

Five more art things. five art things, five more art things happening somewhere around right now or any moment now. Five art shows to check out in the coming days. An (almost) weekly round up of recommended art events. Five shows, exhibitions or things we rather think might be worth checking out. Mostly London things…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Özgür Kar at Emalin, Annie Morris at Timothy Taylor Gallery, Derek Boshier at Gazelli Art House, Andrew McIntosh at James Freeman Gallery, Anthony Hurd at StolenSpace and…

Where were who or what? Drowning in a sea of press releases from artists and galleries jumping on the NFT bandwagon, that and press releases about who’s doing what during Frieze week, and not a word from anyone of them about climate change and the great big footprint left by all these galleries flying in…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Marc Almond, Sadie Lee, Show Don’t Tell, Saki&Bitches at Atom, Toby Mott at Cultural Traffic, Melvin Edwards and Kendell Geers at Stephen Friedman Gallery, Ages of Innocence at James Freeman Gallery…

Old speak and lots of shade, nothing is the bomb around here mate, no one is smashing anything and we would never dream of being so full of ourselves as to suggest our selections were the “The Top 5 Exhibitions to see in London this week”, no, they are merely the five that are exciting…

ORGAN THING: Another five recommended slices of art with William Tillyer’s experimental works, Cultivate’s Intent at BSMT Space, JR at Lazinc, David Austen at Matt’s Gallery, Borderlines at James Freeman Gallery…

Do do do we need to get things going? Too busy with the intent of Intent? Art then, five things, ready to get out there and explore some art? Will Condo excite a little more this year ? Shall we bother with the London Art fair and their non stop spam?  I see Hirst is…