Open House London 2016

Discover the many changeable faces of Anise Gallery during Open House London 2016. Alongside a chance to explore the immediate surroundings and the versatile approach to working environments developed by Tate Harmer Llp, visitors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the unreal. Using the latest technologies AVR London have used work from our current exhibition to create a virtual environment, walk through the picture, discover your path and lose yourself in the creativity of Scarlet Muller’s beautiful woodcuts. Opening Hours: Open for Breakfast: Saturday 17 Sept 10am – 12pm... Read The Rest →

Summer Graduate Show – Where are they now…

Anise Gallery prides itself on showcasing the most exciting new talent each year with our Summer Graduate show, which is now in its fourth year. We look at some of our talented artists from past year’s shows, in preparation for this summer’s graduate offerings. James Seow exhibited with us in 2014 after graduating from MA Printmaking at Royal College of Art. with ‘Always Feel Safe… (Extrusion series)’, and has gone on to exhibit internationally; most recently his photographic work ‘Grey Area’ has been selected for the Royal Academy’s 2016 summer... Read The Rest →

RIBAJ Eye Line Launch

As Anise Gallery hosted the launch of 2016 RIBAJ Eye Line competition we couldn’t have asked for a better turn out as esteemed practitioners from across the architectural community gathered to hear Hugh Pearman host a lively discussion with Eric Parry, Jess Fernie and Narinder Sagoo. Surrounded by the retrospective exhibition of past winners the setting provided the ideal atmosphere for an inspired evening. RIBAJ Article

Architecture, Art, Art 16 and Alex Evans

The geometric drawings of Alex Evans will join the work of two other gallery artists this May at Art 16 in Olympia. Employing techniques from mathematical patterns and formulae shows another dimension for the growing potential of contemporary art and the ways in which static imagery is transforming in the Information Age. The process of recording his works is gaining recognition just as rapidly as his art. Nominated as a finalist for Best Web Artist in the 2016 Shorty Awards, his vines document his working method through timelapses and stills;... Read The Rest →

Assemble and The Turner Prize: Where Architecture Meets Art by Issey Scott

Making the link between contemporary art and architecture can sometimes be a tenuous one, and intriguingly this is very much a positive trait, as this further diversifies the realm of contemporary art and its possibilities. Now a broader field than it has ever been with increasing interdisciplinary, art is becoming something of an ‘expanding field’, as Rosalind Krauss might say, especially as we see the somewhat controversial decision of architecture ensemble Assemble winning the 2015 Turner Prize.  With varied social and material foundations, namely installation art and site-specific works, we... Read The Rest →

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