News archive: September 2013

Morley papers Soho

Morley travelled to London's Soho this weekend and took the opportunity for a spot of street art. Frantic Londoners were treated to the paste-up pep talks normally reserved for the denizens of Morley's native Los Angeles. Watch out for new prints ... read more

3D And The Art Of Massive Attack: Book And Box Set Now On Sale

Pioneering graffiti artist and Massive Attack founder member 3D is releasing a premium monograph.3D and the Art of Massive Attack is available to preorder now, and on general release from October 28th 2013.A special edition box set featuring a painted ... read more

3D And The Art Of Massive Attack: Limited Edition Vinyl Box Set

Lazarides are extremely excited to announce the upcoming release of 3D and the art of Massive Attack, limited edition box set, available for pre-order through The Vinyl Factory this week.The long anticipated hardback book follows 3D's epic solo ... read more

Stanley Donwood's Exhibition Is Neither Far Away Nor Elsewhere

It's in the trees, and it's coming. Stanley Donwood's woodland-themed exhibition, Far Away is Close at Hand in Images of Elsewhere, is open to the public from today at The Outsiders London.The Radiohead artist and general polymath – his ... read more

Lucy McLauchlan's Buddy System, Bien Urbain and Birmingham Commission

It's your last chance to catch Lucy McLauchlan and fellow artist Rich Jacobs in Buddy System Invitational at Portland's Breeze Block Gallery this month, running until the 28th September. Curator Sven Davis invited 22 international artists to ... read more

Artists Anonymous Flying Between Zurich, Stockholm And London

Artist Anonymous' multi media approach to classical oil painting and conceptual installation art has sure found its feet in Europe this year, with exhibitions opening in Zurich, Stockholm and London in less than two months; there appears to be no rest ... read more

Lucy McLauchlan puts her stamp on Birmingham's new library

Lucy McLauchlan has never held back from representing her home city of Birmingham, UK. Her latest project? A spectacular installation in the book rotunda at the new Library of Birmingham, the largest public library in Europe, which opened earlier this ... read more

Oliver Jeffers' Nothing To See Here Opens At Lazarides Rathbone

As swarms of fans, friends and family flocked to Lazarides Rathbone, there proved a lot to see at the launch of Oliver Jeffers' solo exhibition, Nothing To See Here. The air was buzzing as guests took in the inquisitive and contradictory illustrative ... read more

Portrait painter Jonathan Yeo unveils NPG retrospective

Jonathan Yeo went supernova this week with the opening of his landmark solo exhibition at London's National Portrait Gallery. The world's most sought-after portrait painter – noted for his challenging and unorthodox side projects – ... read more

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly American

The fruit of two months hard labour in the dungeon of The Outsiders Newcastle was finally revealed last week, as we unlocked the chains on Saber's debut European solo exhibition, The Ugly American.In addition to viewing the deftly textured, ... read more

Stanley Donwood's Haunting Holloways Coming To The Outsiders London

The scorching summer is coming to an end, sun-kissed commuters are dragging their heels back into the city and Stanley Donwood has been torn from his Somerset studio for another outstanding solo exhibition at The Outsiders London. Far Away is Close at ... read more

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