Frank Bowling OBE: Fishes, Wishes in Summertime exhibition

ART REVIEW: I was honoured to meet artist Frank Bowling recently at his Fishes, Wishes in Summertime exhibition at the Hales Gallery, Shoreditch. He was the first Black-British artist to be elected to the Royal Academy since its creation in the 1700s. He’s 81 years old now and still very gracious and has lots of time for people seeking to chat to him his work. Check out my review http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/frank-bowling-fishes-wishes-in-summertime-blue/

 

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Candid Gallery Portrait Exhibition

ART REVIEW: If you’re a fan of portraits, head to the Candid Gallery Portrait exhibition for a wide variety of work that pushes the boundaries of what we commonly accept portraiture to be. Check out my review. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/candid-arts-portrait-exhibition/

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The Young Masters Art Prize 2017 – launch

ART EXHIBITION: An art prize that encourages the methods of Old Masters like Michaelangelo, Da Vinci and Caravaggio. The launch of the Young Masters Art Prize 2017 at the Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Piccadilly. Read my article here. http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/the-young-masters-art-prize-2017/

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Check out my review of Nike Davies-Okundaye at The Gallery Of African Art

ART REVIEW: The Nike Davies-Okundaye: The Power of One Woman exhibition at The Gallery of African Art in Green Park, London is a collection of inspiring images of African women which empowers their status as black matriarchs. Check out my review here http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/nike-davies-okundaye/

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