A worrying financial transaction scam has recently come to our attention. It involves the illegal accessing of email accounts and the intercepting financial correspondence. The large sums involved in electronic transfers is the main attraction to hackers. By changing the bank details of the payee on an invoice, they are able to redirect the money […]
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The 2017 art fair season continues this week with the Affordable Art Fair Spring edition. This is great fair for first time buyers or seasoned collectors. Getting that spring feeling and wanting to purchase some great artworks, then this is the fair for you. There is so much amazing, wonderful original art out there, for […]
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 […]
Despite the cold damp weather Rise Gallery had a good attendance for the private view of their first exhibition of the New Year, The Light Within . A retrospective of artists that use the medium of neon lights to inspire and wow! The collection was very well assembled and installed to create a great aesthetic in the […]
A week ago today, Thursday 19th January saw the private view of ‘This Is The Spot’, a solo show by female street artist ‘Shuby’ at Lawrence Alkin Gallery on New Compton Street. The gallery was greeted with a full house of collectors for the first opening of 2017. Guests included Ben Eine who once shared a studio […]
On 2nd October, The Cynthia Corbett Gallery launched the fourth edition of the Young Masters Art Prize which Brownhill Insurance Group were proud sponsors of. The exhibition, held at Royal Opera Arcade Gallery in Pall Mall, showed works from previous Young Masters artists together with guest artists. In various ways these talented artists’ reflect on the […]
Claims can happen in any art establishment, from a high street gallery to a world renowned museum. We’ve found three accidental damage claims that have come out in the public domain in recent years. When a Pablo Picasso painting was being exhibited at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2010, a lady taking part […]
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 […]
“Turkestan Journey” is an exhibition of traditional jewellery and textiles from Central Asia dating from the 19th to early 20thcenturies from the collection of “Almaly”, Kazakh company. The collection was started a mere 20 years ago and encompasses the works of craftsmen from Western Kazakhstan, who embodied the very finest traditions of national jewellery making […]
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 […]