Jason Noushin @ Susan Eley

Long-limbed women composed of cigarette packaging, torn-up comic books and thick layers of paint sit with their legs crossed and their striking, angular faces turned away from their viewer. These mysterious ladies are part of a series of paintings, drawings and sculptures by Jason Noushin currently on display at Susan Eley Fine Art that are […]

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Daumier @ Royal Academy

Political cartoons are not uncommon across newspaper’s today. They are humorous and often have the courage to visually express what everyone is thinking but doesn’t really want to openly admit. Honore Daumier was a French artist who is most famous for his prints of this nature in the 19th century. These are now on display […]

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Peter Blake @ Waddington Custot

A new retrospective of Peter Blake’s work is on display at Waddington Custot galleries. Entitled ‘Rock, Paper, Shadows’, the show’s name takes inspiration from the children’s game and subtlely outlines the entries and format of the exhibition: sculpture (rock), paintings (paper) and collage (scissors). The show includes 50 works which range from 1948 to 2012, […]

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