Dulwich Picture Gallery opens garden, cafe and shop

Dulwich Picture Gallery - one of the finest art and culture venues in South London - is beginning to open its doors. The gardens,...

Brixton artist Hew Locke discusses how to change our public spaces

Brixton resident Hew Locke, an acclaimed international artist, some of whose works feature controversial statues, can be heard discussing how our public spaces should...

Big, outdoors and part of the city

Simone Richardson meets local graffiti artist VanJimmer and views her latest and totally topical work Graffiti speaks from the heart within and is tagged out...

Hedge with a serious message

We know that Jay Rayner’s Tweet of his neighbour Tony’s hedge in Herne Hill already has more than 30,000 likes. My neighbour Tony has found...

Live Zoom ‘in conversation’ with Tom Worsfold

On Thursday 18th June, at 6pm, Block 336 will present a live 'in conversation' event via Zoom with artist Tom Worsfold. His exhibition The...

The Lockdown Collection at The Department Store

Local event space Downstairs at The Department Store is calling amateur artists in Brixton to submit works for a community art exhibition entitled The...

Urban Art goes online for 2020 – 4 & 5 July

Urban Art, Brixton’s annual street art fair is going ‘virtual’ this year. Social distancing rules mean you won’t be able to wander along Josephine...

Artwork of the week: Joseph Receiving Pharoah’s Ring by...

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo was an Italian painter born in 1696 and known principally for his many decorative frescoes adorning buildings in northern Italy. Thought...

Brixton exhibition space goes online

Brixton exhibition space Block 336 cancelled Andy Holden’s The Structure of Feeling, which was scheduled to open at in March, along with the rest...

Let us spray – Brixton’s spirited murals

Medya Gungor considers the significance of local murals and the latest that are emerging through the pandemic Some obvious and others secretive, the art murals...

Artwork of the Week

Born in Accra, Ghana in 1984, Amoako Boafo has recently shot to global artistic celebrity. He studied art at the Ghanatt College of Art...

The Old Vic launches a new digital channel

Your Old Vic is a way of keeping connected to events in the Old Vic Theatre Over the coming weeks you can visit their digital...

Artwork of the week

This rather disturbing linocut is from a series of 21 by Bill Woodrow, each one of which is based upon a chapter from Primo...

Local Artist Selected For International Portrait Exhibition

Brixton-based artist Sarah Jane Moon has been selected for the BP Portrait Award Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery for the second year running...

Turning life around –  inside and out

Local resident Charli Hogan Hooker has used the lockdown time at home to think about her future and how she can get creative again....

Picture of the week: A View of Walton Bridge by...

Arts editor Leslie Manasseh's pick for picture of the week As we learn to cope with the lockdown in our various ways, we thought it...

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Typical is about an evening that white people will never experience. It is a sharp and angry exploration of life for a black man...

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