Gallery Girl meets Seen Fifteen

Like many, Vivienne Gamble believed that a career in the art world was unattainable. However, after almost a decade working in TV advertising, she decided to redirect her future and has since founded Seen Fifteen gallery in Peckham. I met Vivienne inside the South London gallery that she named after Peckham’s eponymous postcode SE15. The […]

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Gallery Girl meets AucArt

AucArt is an online auction house that exclusively consigns artwork from new graduates, building a global network for the next generation of artists and collectors. Natasha Arselan came up with the idea half way through her MA in Art and Cultural Management at King’s College, London. Having worked in galleries previously, gaining knowledge into how the art […]

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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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