Gallery Girl meets Artists in Transit

Artists in Transit is a collaborative arts project set up by Molly Daniel that delivers creative workshops to communities and people in times of hardship. On a recent trip, Artists in Transit travelled to Athens to deliver workshops to children and adult residents of a refugee camp involving doll-making, painting, photography, printing and sewing. Through […]

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Gallery Girl meets EMERGEAST

EMERGEAST is an online art gallery that represents contemporary artists from the Middle East. Co-run by Dima Abdul Kader and Nikki Meftah, EMEREGEAST not only champions emerging artists but also encourages and educates young people to buy and collect art. I spoke to the girls to talk art, auctions and careers.   GG: What sparked […]

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Gallery Girl meets SPILT MILK

In the first of a monthly series of interviews with my art girl crushes, I have the pleasure of presenting you to Lauren and Nadia, the duo behind Spilt Milk. The art and coffee loving pair are raising funds to open a pop-up Art Cafe that will provide London-based artists with a social space in […]

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Rosie Chomet @ Karamel

The most famous artists are painters. Yet it is illustrators who have drawn a lot of the art that we are exposed to. Everyday things that we do not even think about artistically: food packaging, advertising, greeting cards and books, are all usually the domain of the humble illustrator. I grew up with Peter Blake’s […]

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Alice Woods @ Light Eye Mind

Alice Woods’s debut solo exhibition Dead Cat Bounce at Light Eye Mind aims to make a statement. She has turned the white-cube style gallery into a bright environment of primary colours and bold symbols. The walls have been draped with large pieces of PVC which look like they belong in a child’s play tent and […]

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postmodernism @ V&A

The V&A is a dab hand at staging exhibitions on style, culture and fashion. In the past it has given the public insight into everything from surrealism to couture. The exploration of postmodernism is a chance to revisit, or in my case discover a period of colour, attitude and rebellion, in a grand departure from […]

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