Come visit Brockspace for food and stories

As part of W I T H (OUT), the artists from Gourmandizing are hosting two sessions of food and storytelling about personal histories and migration at Brockspace. Space are limited so do book… Continue reading

House of Horrogami

Cut out from a single sheet of paper by Marc Hagan-Guirey of Pixel Dandy.

The Humans inhabiting Brockspace. Come visit them.


This painting, After Brueghel, Hunters in the Snow by Filippo Caramazza, is gorgeous. Not quite a snip though.

Hits the spot on those kind of mornings.

No sign of a kebab here but still quite appealing. Breakfast, by Theron Humphrey.

Good fences make good neighbours?

This painting by Tom Hammick caught my eye. See it at Multiplied today, or in November at the “Night for Day” exhibition at Rabley Drawing Centre.

Domestic Concerns

One more day to catch this subtle, intriguing work, Domestic Concerns, by artist Nicole Cohen at the Moving Image Fair at the London Oxo Barge House.

Look up…

they’re looking back at you.

So pretty you don’t need flowers.

Striking vase paintings created using acrylic spray paint with hand drawn stencil, by artist Casey Gray at Moniker Art Fair.

A busy week of art ahead!

A busy week of art ahead!

Luke Chueh and his surreal prints will be in town, starting with a Q&A tomorrow at Shoreditch House, 7pm. Email to RSVP.

  • W I T H (OUT)

    Exhibition opens.November 30th, 2012
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