ORGAN THING: Exploring East London’s art, is there actually anything to this #WickWednesday thing? Is there anything left for us in Hackney Wick?

We’ve all seen the social media hype, the glossy boards by the fancy new Hackney Wick overground station, the promo videos on Facebook and such, but what is Wick Wednesday? What’s all that about? Whoops, forgot the hashtag there, mustn’t forget the hashtag, whole marketing teams will have been in meetings for days deciding on…

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…

ORGAN THING: Eva Rothschild’s Iceburg Hits at Modern Art, there’s something about a piece of art responding to the space of a gallery like Eva Rothschild’s pieces always seem to…

It feels kind of strange walking down Vyner Street these days, feels so so empty even though the buildings are still kind of occupied (and even though that beautiful oil slick of a taxi garage is still there). These days there’s not often a reason to walk down the once beautiful street, Limewharf is a…

ORGAN THING: Thirteen galleries, several pints, the further exploration of East London’s art – Athena Papadopoulos at Emalin, the Brains & Lip Takeover at Hix, William Mackrell at The Ryder, Elizabeth Magill’s opening night at Wilkinson, Rckay Rax back at Residence…

  Thirteen galleries, several pints, this particular Friday afternoon started with another quick look at Jonathan Baldock’s bed over the street at Space . At least someone has made this particular bed and not left their discarded shoes and their empty bottles of vodka from last night all over it (I do prefer an unmade lived-in…