ORGAN: Five Recommended on-line Art Things – John Krausman Lark at The Untitled Space, Alma Adentro, Jessica Rankin’s White Cube show, Karl Murphy and Arabee Beveridge’s Songs For Wild Boys, Dom Sylvester Houedard via Richard Saltoun gallery…

We probably should do that five art things thing again, we probably should? No mushrooms though, just the glue that holds the who or what together? The art of repetition? Where were we? Still repeating ourselves whilst under stress? I wish you were here to see it, the more I look at it the more…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Peter Kennard at Richard Saltoun Gallery, the MCR Sew Social, Pieter Jennes at Public Gallery, Sarah Lucas, the “beautifully apposite” Self and what did happen to Norman Buntz anyway?

What did happen to Norman Buntz anyway? The glue that holds what together? Art, how low can you go? Where were we? Repeating ourselves whilst under stress? I wish you were here to see it, the more I look at it the more I like it, I do think it good, but we said all…

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Ulay at Richard Saltoun Gallery, The Joy of Sex Spiked, Luiz Zerbini at Stephen Friedman Gallery, Pat Douthwaite at The Scottish Gallery, Deborah Brown at Unit and…

Of course the thing we’re really missing is the underground artist-led shows, the gatherings in the back streets and broken buildings (the few that are left) of East London or South of the river. The establishment galleries are able to set up shows and take them on line, to hang art on their walls and…

ORGAN THING – Liv Fontaine’s rather punked up “Hurt Agony Pain Love It” opens on-line via Richard Saltoun Gallery…

Now this looks (and sounds) rather rewarding, it looks (and sounds) rather exciting, challenging, it looks (and sounds) like fun – the sound pieces, the video and the slightly crazed (slightly disturbing?) attention-demanding punk rock drawings, it all looks and sounds exciting. There’s an attitude that comes with Liv FONTAINE‘s work, with her video pieces,…

ORGAN THING: ‘Britain’s most important political artist’ Peter Kennard joins London’s Richard Saltoun Gallery…

Peter Kennard joins the Richard Saltoun Gallery – ‘Britain’s most important political artist’ Peter Kennard joins London gallery” so read the headline.. Peter Kennard is always interesting, his work is always interesting, he’s interesting to talk to, although a quick check tells us we haven’t encountered him since the summer of 2017 at the Martello…

ORGAN PREVIEW: Now this looks like it might be a rather significant art show, Women Looking at Women opens at London’s Richard Saltoun Gallery this Wednesday…

Now this looks like it might be a rather significant art show as well as a rather exciting one.  The Richard Saltoun Gallery say they are “proud to announce our inaugural exhibition at the new Dover Street gallery, Women Looking at Women”. The show Opens on Valentine’s Day 14th February 6-8pm, the show includes “thirteen groundbreaking…