ORGAN THING: Primal scream and shout, let that mutha out, Scream the House Down, Marcus Lyall’s socially-distanced art installation…

Organ Thing of The Day: Scream the House Down, A socially-distanced art installation from Marcus Lyall. You are invited to vocalise your inner frustrations and power a large-scale light installation. Join a Zoom call and watch your outburst illuminate a a soon-to-be-demolished office block. 16th June – 4th July 2020. Opening hours for participating Tuesday…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Rob Voerman at New Art Projects, Turps Painters Open Studios, We Consume at Ugly Duck, Insert (Title Here), Geraline Swayne at Charlie Smith, Ben Eine and co. at Jealous, Sarah Lucas at Sadie Coles…

Every inventor is a potential dissenter? Geranium mines on Orkney? That’s what I heard anyway. Peter Maxwell Davies? Five Recommended Art Things? Back to the grindstone? The squares have been squared now, all about inserting titles this week, not quite so intense this time  Five more upcoming art things to check out this coming week…

ORGAN THING: Francis Wilks and Zachari Logan at New Art Projects, Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn at Nelly Duff, Grace Morgan Pardo at Shipton Street, Florence Hutchings at Delphian Gallery, a little more than just another night of East London art?

There’s quite a few gallery openings around the side streets of East London tonight, enticing new art shows and galleries bursting into action for what some insist is the start of the new art season, never really got that new season notion, art doesn’t really stop does it? There’s shows and openings and fairs and…

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…