Exhibition: 'POP', scheduled to open Saturday 25 February through to Saturday 29 April 2023.
POP will be the launch pad for the avant-garde mystery duo behind ARTS BANGER – who have coupled their own pop-art illustrations with their newly developed app, allowing the illustrations to come to life through the viewers’ smartphone cameras.
The gallery will be interspersed with pop-art inspired photography and digitally created art from our founding partners.
Get ready for a poptastic explosion of colour!
POP will be the launch pad for the avant-garde mystery duo behind ARTS BANGER, interspersed with pop-art inspired photography and digitally created art from our founding partners. Get ready for a poptastic explosion of colour!Learn more+
Mikolaj Karczewski’s experimental vision coupled with his love of cars and eye for detail make for incredible paintings. In his new ‘Flooded Landscape’ series, Mikolaj points out that to many observers, this is a catastrophic view. Yet at the same time, it can be taken as a commentary on global warming and climate change.Learn more+
In this trip, the stuff of the silver screen is actually there in front of you. It’s real – the things you recognize from cult movies; immaculately preserved muscle cars; beautiful mid century modern design & the gritty day to day in the wilds of America.Learn more+
‘Days of Punk’ – an exhibition of 29 images from the award-winning, internationally renowned director and photographer, Michael Grecco.Learn more+
Nagual Creations returns with a set of original oil paintings, in his unique style that are inspired by his musical journey. Together with Imogen Belfield’s rockesque pieces, featured in music videos, and worn by pop and rock stars alike, we aim to include all music-lovers in some shape or formLearn more+
From rivers to seas to aquatic life, and a little rain thrown in for good measure, water inspires creativity and it’s reach is broad. Our featured artists are Danni Bradford, Rach Wellbeing and Emma J Crosby.Learn more+
The concept of our suspended installation ‘The Invisible String’ by Taylor Zhou was inspired by the children’s book of the same name that Taylor reads with his daughters at bedtime to explain what love is.Learn more+
As we emerge from the troubles and strife of 2021 and begin this new year, let’s open it with LOVE. Love is like an invisible string that connects us emotionally, be it to friends, family, lovers or even to our ‘self’. Love means many things to many people. It’s not just desire, not just…Learn more+
Following months of living in bubbles, feeling like we’re going round in circles, what better theme for our launch than CIRCLES, featuring work across photography, sculpture, ceramics, art and jewellery that are all influenced by the circle.Learn more+
In our collaboration with PHOTOWALK GLOBAL, photographers from around the world submitted their take on circles through Instagram & Facebook for the 2 weeks from 3rd to 17th July. From over 1,800 submissions, 36 finalists were selected for our debut exhibition.Learn more+