- 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
Lazarides in London opens dedicated Banksy Print GalleryThe Banksy Print Gallery was opened this month by Lazarides inside the Mondrian London, and has an on-street entrance to the gallery showcasing a broad range of prints by the artist, as well as photographs taken by owner Steve Lazarides who acted as Banksy’s agent until 2009.
Banksy's Former Agent on the Artist's Most Notorious and Best-Selling PiecesHaving first met Banksy in Bristol while taking his portrait for Sleaze Nation, photographer and gallerist Steve Lazarides forged a lasting relationship with the elusive street artist, becoming his agent and going on to play a major part in Banksy’s explosive rise to global fame in what Lazarides dubs “11 years of complete and utter insanity.”
Lazarides launch Banksy Print Gallery in time for ChristmasBanksy Print Gallery, has taken over the former Lazarides Editions space in the Mondrian London on South Bank with its own street-facing entrance.
Finok’s ‘Tropical Miscegenation’ at Lazarides Gallery, London“Tropical Miscegenation,” an exhibition featuring the works of Brazilian artist Raphael Sagarra a.k.a Finok will run from November 25, through December 23, 2016, at Lazarides Gallery, London.
Golgo’s First London Exhibition · FLESH · BLOOD · SUBSTANCE ·· FLESH · BLOOD · SUBSTANCE · is the debut London exhibition from Mexican artist Golgo. Running now and until the 12th November 2016, Andreas Hijar aka Golgo shows his own personal interpretation of life and death through a series of canvases focused on the combination of anatomy and symbolism.
Would you let your arm be randomly inked by a tattooist to the stars?When Scott Campbell brought his Whole Glory project to the Frieze art fair in London, there was no shortage of willing volunteers.
Would you let someone give you a free mystery tattoo?At the centre of a gallery is a hole in a wall. Behind it is renowned tattoo artist Scott Campbell. He tattoos for free any arm that comes through.
No pain, no gainCollectors in London for Frieze week might be tempted to get a tattoo while they’re in town (go out to a vernissage, get drunk, get a skin etching). Lazarides Gallery is offering some brave and reckless guinea pigs the chance to get a tattoo for free—but there’s a catch.
‘I tattoo whatever I want on people’s arms’The freedom to tattoo anything you like on someone is somthing any tattoo artist fantasises about, because normally your canvas has an opinion.
Want to put your arm through a glory hole and get tattooed?Scott Campbell has tattooed the flesh of Marc Jacobs and Courtney Love – now he wants to ink you. But you’ll have absolutely no say over what you’re getting
Celebrity tattoo artist Scott Campbell giving free inkingsCampbell, who has inked up the likes of Heath Ledger, is offering a handful of free tattoos – but recipients won't get a say in what they have done
Must-visit style destinations during London Fashion WeekSee the current exhibition, Beyond Meninas from Brazilian artist Nina Pandolfo. Her new body of work celebrates girl power as it focuses on women and their multifaceted complexity. Lazarides Gallery, 11 Rathbone Pl, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1HR.
The Strength of the Female Gaze: Nina Pandolfo at Lazarides RathboneNina Pandolfo is one of Brazil’s most eminent artists working today. Pandolfo painted on the streets as a young girl in São Paulo, compelled by her impulse to create art for those who do not have the privilege of visiting galleries or museums.
Vhils: Debris in Hong KongFrom the moment that Vhils invited me to make a film around his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, we both agreed that we wanted to give it a dimension and depth that would go beyond a mere "making of" about the show.
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.
Steve Lazarides talks to Reuters TRT WorldSteve Lazarides recently spoke to Reuters TRT World about the history of the gallery and its current anniversary exhibition.
Steve Lazarides on his S|2 show in Hong Kong and the rise of Street ArtStreet art, says Steve Lazarides, is “not just about backpacks and spray cans anymore. It’s something bigger.”
Steve Lazarides speaks to CNN StyleOver the last decade, London-based Bristol-born art dealer Steve Lazarides has worked with some of the biggest names in international street art.
Lazarides looks at the State of Street ArtThough much of street art stems from a critique of the very capital that supports commercial galleries, this particular show comfortably inhabits that contradiction.
Maser and the artists transforming Irish streetsThe small island of Ireland has been known to produce giants in the world of creativity...
Celebrating a Decade of Lazarides GalleryI have no set criteria. I’m not looking for any one specific thing. I don’t even tend to look as much anymore. If things come through or recommendations, it can spark something off. It’s as simple as that.
Still Here: Steve Lazarides on ten years of challenging the art marketI wish that there were more galleries like us, someone should have come and kicked our ass by now. There’s no rule book. Just do shit and people will come.