It was surreal for me to return to the Leake Street tunnel after nearly 10 years. The tunnel under Waterloo Station hosted Banksy’s ‘Cans Festival’ in 2008. Today the now ‘designated graffiti area’ continues to be covered by street art, but of a more traditional graffiti genre than that of 10 years ago.
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Entries by Alex Andrews
Supported by GreatArt, the 2nd edition of Roy’s People Art Fair returns in April to bring 80 emerging and established artists to the iconic OXO Tower Wharf in the City of London.
Brownhill Insurance Group and Love Art Insurance are delighted to announce their recognition by Insurance Business Magazine as a Specialty Broker for Art Insurance. Published in issue 2.04, Insurance Business note “the foundation of a specialty insurance broker’s work is the thorough knowledge of an industry” and “armed with years of experience and education, insurance specialists […]
Last updated – 05/02/2018 2018 is set to be another fantastic year for art fairs and events across the capital. We like to get dates in our diary in good time so have compiled our 2018 London Fair Guide. We will keep this guide updated throughout the year with new events and changes. If you […]
Did you buy a £90 Banksy print in the early days only to find it is now worth over a hundred times that? Or perhaps you have recently acquired a Banksy Original? Banksy Insurance Regardless of your collection size, Brownhill are here to discuss your requirements. We have been insuring our clients Banksy and Urban […]
Nick Smith’s third solo show – ‘Parlance’ is his best work to date. Taking iconic images from popular culture and adding his now trademark pantone effect, Smith has literally blurred the line between his subjects famosity and his increasing profile. The artist even depicted himself among the walls of celebrities, almost like he is predicting […]
Following a hugely successful Kickstarter campaign in 2014 with nearly 150 backers pledging over £17,000, Tim Lane is back with his second Kickstarter campaign. Silent Quarter is a short story and drawing bookwork told through a combination of writing and drawing. Silent Quarter is a darkly beautiful, illustrated short-story. It is an emotional and philosophically reflective […]
Already an established name in British art, Chris Gollon is having a phenomenal year. What started as a solo exhibition in Guildford Cathedral in his home county of Surrey in 2014 has snowballed. ‘Incarnation, Mary & Women from the Bible’ is such a hit with both secular and religious audiences, with the clergy, and draws […]
The start of August sees the opening of a new exhibition of anatomical studies as well as technical drawings of weapons and maps from the Great War. This unique 1 week event at The Spa Galleries, Tunbridge Wells focuses on the Great War of 1914-1918. Comprising of technical drawings of the “Lee Enfield 303 Rifles”, […]
Indian coins at Spink, London, 25th June Robert Coram James shared with us a story of one of their clients, highlighting the value of Indian coins: “Our [Coram James’] client went home a happy man after the Spink auction in London on 25th June. Having contacted us hoping that the Indian coins he had inherited […]