ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – A Tom French retrospective at Unit, Kelly Sweeney at Horse Hospital, Emmanuelle Moureaux at Now, Hunter Potter at Public Gallery, Patrick Goddard at Matt’s, Street Art Animals & Other Creatures at Viva Dalston…

Shall we do it again? The five things thing I mean, is all this art coverage more or less an exercise involving clapping and just one hand? As absurd as being in a Frisbie team? What would you do if you were in charge? I’m not in charge it isn’t my problem, if you buy…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Louise Bonnet at Galerie Max Hetzle, Thirteen Paintings Inspired by Nick Cave, Richard Artschwager, Vivian Suter, Them at Redfern Gallery, The Offending Article at Transition…

Five more art things? This week’s picks? The art year got off to a decent start with the first of four installment of Cacotopia 04  at Annka Kultys Gallery last week as well as that rather packed and buzzing Punk4MetalHealth fundraiser at Stash Gallery over at that den of delight that is Vout-O’Reenee’s,underneath that church,…

ORGAN: Five Art Things to check out – Andrew Logan & Jennifer Binnie, Mr Jago at Unit, Marton Nemes, Schalk van der Merwe at Nardia Arnold, Mexican street artist Saner at Dorothy Circus and an Extinction Rebellion Writers Marathon…

  Five art things? We didn’t do it last week, last week Frieze week and all that art fair noise, the circus has left town, the mainstream media on the whole thinks art only happens for one week of the year so they’ve allgone as well, everything is back to something near as normal l…

ORGAN: Five Art Things – Pins at YKK, Frea Buckler back at Jealous, Recreational Grounds V, Jason Martin at Lisson Gallery, Unfolding Nature at Streatham Space Project…

Five more art things then, five recommendations. Do we need an introduction? All very simple, five art things coming up or happening right now, same as we said last time, a born again regular (unless it all falls off the edge of a cliff again) almost certainly weekly, or something like weekly, a weekly round…

ORGAN THING: Tracey Emin, A Fortnight of Tears, opening night, big queues, She’s Marmite, bring it on, the shock of those selfies, it really is all about those big paintings though, love it, art excites, want more Marmite…

TRACEY EMIN, A Fortnight of Tears – White Cube, Bermondsey, London SE1, opening night, 5th Feb 2019 – There’s a buzz in the air walking down Bermondsey Street in the cold and the rain, there’s crowds of people all heading in the same direction, feels more like a medium sized rock concert rather than the…