Past exhibitions

Le Petit Néant is a drawing publication curated and edited by Miguel Angel Valdivia and designed by Giulia Garbin. This second edition continues the path undertaken a year ago, exploring the world...
In The Mind Of Immersive is a multilayer experience: visual, sonorous and installation - a ‘triptych’ audio-visual sculpture that critiques and subverts the role of the female body and the...
Into the Frame
‘Into the Frame’ is a synesthetic installation which invites anybody to explore and feel (by touching and listening) a completely new creative 3D dimension based on a real painting. As the user...
Akina Books and Discipula Editions will present an exhibition by MFG Paltrinieri and Mirko Smerdel. Conceived as a physical extension of the book, the installation will explore the relationship...
Olive picks by Felix Denby. Photo by Graeme Harris
London Jewellery Workshop presents its annual exhibition of jewellery and objects created by their students, tutors and associates. Showcasing the work of 40 artists from a variety of disciplines and...
A personal journey into the heart of the struggle for Central America 1988. Exhibiting at the Printspace Gallery and is part of the Red Gallery Off Site projects. You could no more describe Grant...
Artists: Louise Ashcroft, Marlene Haring, Richard Hards, Russell Hill, Vesta Kroese, Lina Lapelyte, Harry Lawson and Amelia Newton Whitelaw Curated by Anna Clifford and Miloslav Vorlíček Addendum[On...
ROGGYKEI is a fashion brand created by designers Hitoshi KOROGI (born in Kyoto in 1976) and Keiko MIYAKOSHI (born in Kobe in 1980). They started the brand in 2006, with the concept "Clothes as...
Urban Dialogues presents its annual art exhibition at Red Galleryshowcasing the work of 20 artists alongside two new commissioned collaborative works in a show designed to raise questions about the...
Showcasing artworks by postgraduate students and graduates from the Fine Art departments of The Academy of Fine Arts, Prague (AVU) and the Royal College of Art, London (RCA). Artists: Louise Ashcroft...