Artist deadlines – September

The end of Summer may be nigh but the creative opportunities are still flowing. The highlight opportunity this month is the Open Call for the Process Gallery Exhibition. To coincide with the opening of the Turner Prize 2019 at Turner Contemporary, the Gallery is encouraging applications from artists and creatives with a strong focus on…

Artist deadlines – August

We're in the final months of summer, so let's go out with a bang! Highlights this month include the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, an educational charity offering lesser known artists to showcase their work alongside more established and recognised artists, and the London Group Open 2019. The UK’s longest-running and most prestigious artists’ co-operative, The…

RA’s Summer Exhibition

From an eclectic menagerie of animals to political and controversial creative statements, there's never a dull moment at the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition. Following Grayson Perry's curated record-breaking 250th Summer show, you might be right in thinking that anything that follows would dull in comparison, but you'd be wrong! This exhibition never fails to disappoint.…

Artist of the month – Harald Sohlberg

Escape into the enchanted forests, celestial landscapes and blissful sunsets of Norwegian Master Harald Sohlberg There is a haunting aura that shrouds the Norwegian landscape. Step too closely or linger too long and you might not escape. But maybe you don't want to?! Sohlberg's most accomplished and much loved 'Fisherman's Cottage' (below) is an odd…

Artist deadlines – July

July has come quick! There are plenty of opportunities to take advantage of over the summer period. The standout prize this month is the ArtGemini Prize 2019. Celebrating contemporary art for emerging and established artists globally, it offers over £35,000 cash prizes and the opportunity to exhibit in London and Singapore. Deadline is 31 July!…

10 Must see Summer shows 2019

Jump head first into the wave of awesome art exhibitions hitting London this Summer. Soak up Spanish Impressionism, question what it means to be human in the digital age and experience a room full of rainbows. Where do I start?!   1. Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light - The National Gallery This is the first…

Artist deadlines – June

Big opportunities coming up in June that you won't want to miss! If you're into watercolours then The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition is a no brainer. One of the largest and most prestigious watercolour competitions in the UK, it celebrates skill and originality. Deadline is 17 June. Another highlight is the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize.…

Artist of the month – Alexandra Kehayoglou

Take a walk on the wild side with Alexandra Kehayoglou's earthy, hand-tufted landscapes. On the surface, Alexandra Kehayoglou's works are gorgeously impressive hand-tufted functional rugs, rich in earthy tones. Her cubic slices of textural lands are overflowing with all kinds of greenery. We contemplate a world where this amount of green can or did exist!…

Only Human – Martin Parr at the NPG

'People watching' never felt so good as I take a tour of Martin Parr's gloriously fun and starkly relevant show 'Only Human' at the National Portrait Gallery in London. 'Only Human' brings together a major collection of works by Britain's celebrated photographer, Martin Parr. The central focus of the exhibition is what you'd expect -…

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Artist deadlines – May

Summer is creeping ever so closer, which means plenty of opportunities to take advantage of! Highlight exhibition to enter this month is the The Lumen Prize for Art and Technology, celebrating and promoting artists working with technology globally. As well as a $11k Prize fund, all longlisted, shortlisted and winning artists are eligible for commissions,…