- Addam Yekutieli / Know Hope
- Alexandre Farto / Vhils
- Anthony Lister
- Antony Micallef
- Charlie Isoe
- Conor Harrington
- Doug Foster
- eL Seed
- James Lavelle
- Jerome Lagarrigue
- Jonathan Yeo
- Juan Miguel Palacios
- Luke Caulfield
- Mark Jenkins
- Miaz Brothers
- Michael Muller and Sage Vaughn
- Oliver Jeffers
- Ralph Steadman
- Sage Vaughn
- Scott Campbell
- Todd James / REAS
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in MayArt critic Tabish Khan brings you 'The Top Art Exhibitions to see in London' with one cheeky addition from outside London. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it's for you. All end soon, so hurry if you want to catch them.
Oliver Jeffers exhibition distills a world in fluxMost widely known for his children's books, Jeffers returns with a new exhibition that holds a magnifying glass over the chaos of the world we live in.
Apple Stores will celebrate Earth Day by using creativity to imagine a better worldApple has teamed up with artist and storyteller Oliver Jeffers to share an educational activity built around Apple's Everyone Can Create curriculum for teachers. The sessions will encourage students to photograph the world around them and use iPad drawing apps to sketch the world the way they want to see it on top of their image.
Oliver Jeffers' Observations on Modern LifeBest known to most for his kiddie-friendly illustration work, a new London exhibition celebrates Oliver Jeffers' sculptural and collage work created over the past 10 years.
Oliver Jeffers returns to the capitalThe artist and author Oliver Jeffers is back in the capital, with his third solo exhibition. Observations on Modern Life is the first to showcase the collage work of the Northern Irish artist, with more than 50 pieces created over the last decade which capture his style of adding humour to futile situations.
The GuideAward-winning artist, illustrator and author Oliver Jeffers' largest UK solo exhibition, Observations on Modern Life is currently on show at Mayfair's Lazinc Gallery.
Oliver Jeffers breaks down borders, butch Irish men and BrexitThe Northern Irish artist, illustrator and writer Oliver Jeffers is a little bit of a polymath with a wry, endearing take on modern life.
April in London 2019Irish artist Oliver Jeffers is best known for his beautiful picture books - he won a BAFTA for the animated short film of Lost and Found - but he's also a fine artist with a painting in the National Portrait Gallery.
Ch.4, Is art always politicalSir David Attenborough’s new Netflix Original series ‘Our Planet’ is both a visual masterpiece and an urgent call to action. We meet its producers, Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey. Plus: artist Oliver Jeffers on how politics informs creativity, and a review of the weekend newspapers.
Free SeedOn this week's show, our guests were artist Oliver Jeffers, and Photographer Haris Nukem.
Oliver Jeffers: Observations on Modern LifeLazinc is presenting its third solo exhibition with award-winning artist, illustrator, and author, Oliver Jeffers.
Oliver Jeffers: ‘Patriotism is suspect, but I can get behind cultures’Unsurprisingly perhaps, the concept of borders is something of an obsession for Northern Irish artist Oliver Jeffers who now lives in Brooklyn.
Oliver Jeffers: Observations on Modern LifeWe had a chat with Oliver Jeffers, the award winning artist, illustrator and author in his studio in Brooklyn, ahead of his upcoming exhibition at Lazinc Gallery in London, ‘Observations on Modern Life’.
Oliver Jeffers: Observations on Modern LifeAn exhibition of sculptural and collage work by the artist, illustrator and author Oliver Jeffers.
20 questions with... Oliver JeffersOliver Jeffers is an Irish artist, designer, illustrator and writer. Jeffers is most well-known for his picture books, especially Here We Are, his most recent publication.
The Moon, the Earth and Us at The High LineCheck out Oliver Jeffers' recent project on The High Line
Veja x Oliver Jeffers Sneakers
Steve Lazarides talks to Susie Mesure of The IndependentI've always called myself the accidental art dealer because this isn't really what I ever planned on doing. But I had a driving ambition to show people that you can do things differently.
Oliver Jeffers on ebooks, picture books, and scientific creativity in his new fine-art exhibitionIf you're not yet a fan of the spellbinding genius of Oliver Jeffers, you know a five-year-old who is.
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