- Anthony Lister
- Charlie Isoe
- Conor Harrington
- Alexandre Farto / Vhils
- Doug Foster
- James Lavelle
- Jerome Lagarrigue
- Juan Miguel Palacios
- Know Hope / Addam Yekutieli
- Luke Caulfield
- Mark Jenkins
- Miaz Brothers
- Antony Micallef
- Michael Muller and Sage Vaughn
- Oliver Jeffers
- Ralph Steadman
- Sage Vaughn
- Scott Campbell
- eL Seed
- Todd James / REAS
- Jonathan Yeo
eL Seed makes his solo UK show debutThe calligraphy specialist’s ongoing exhibition – Tabula Rasa – challenges biases and ill-formed preconceptions
The Biggest Exhibitions to See in London Right NowOur pick of the best London exhibitions to see right now — get your dose of culture indoors, away from the cold.
Art NewsLazinc presents new works by Tunisian-French artist eL Seed, which showcase the artist's signature style of graffit-come-calligraphy.
eL Seed – global calligraffiti artisteL Seed’s first UK exhibition opened at Lazinc, a gallery housed in a historic building in London’s Mayfair, on January 25, 2019.
London Calling – eL Seed’s first UK solo show is hereTunisian artist eL Seed makes his solo London Gallery debut with Tabula Rasa, which features acrylic on canvas paintings showcasing his signature abstract Arabic script.
video / interview ‘eL Seed and Tabula Rasa | In Conversation | ShowcaseIn the 21st century, Arabic calligraphy has moved beyond just being beautiful writings emanating from paper.
The best art exhibitions, London, to see this FebruaryFrom a solo White Cube Tracey Emin exhibition to an immersive Tate Modern Franz West retrospective, these are the London art exhibitions to make a beeline for this February.
eL Seed - Tabula RasaWith an array of paint spray cans, French-Tunisian artist eL Seed, has adorned many a building wall the world over with his personal brand of graffiti art.
YouTube: eL Seed: Tabula Rasa exhibitioneL Seed : Tabula Rasa Exhibition
Lazinc opens a solo exhibition of new works by contemporary Tunisian-French artist eL SeedLazinc is presenting Tabula Rasa, a solo exhibition of new works by contemporary Tunisian-French artist, eL Seed.
Interview with eL SeedOn today's show we were joined by artist eL Seed, and director Simon Ryninks & writer Zak Klein.
Capital GainsTime to get to know the art of terribly cool eL Seed.
eL Seed Tabula Rasa exhibition – interviewA solo exhibition of work by Tunisian-French artist El Seed, exploring the symbolism of language and script.
Cambridge ‘calligraffiti’ mural wins protection until 2020A "calligraffiti" mural which has attracted visitors to a block of flats in Cambridge will remain in place until at least next year.
'Don’t Miss' - eL Seed: Tabula RasaLazinc Gallery, 29 Sackville Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 3DX
The Abu Dhabi Dream Ball is coming to the capital for a star-studded gala dinnerThe gala dinner will take place in support of UNICEF at Emirates Palace on Thursday January 31 and will include a live auction of original artwork by international artist eL Seed.
Sunday BrunchAs Brexit, in one form or other, edges ever closer, we examine the plight of refugees in the UK through a play. Plus: Middle Eastern art, the power of the termite and some alcohol-free gin and tonic.
eL Seed: Tabula RasaLazinc presents Tabula Rasa, a solo exhibition of new works by Tunisian-French artist, eL Seed.
eL Seed, the painter of words, exhibits in LondonL’artiste franco-tunisien, eL Seed expose à la Lazinc gallery avec série d’œuvres rassemblées sous le titre de Tabula Rasa.
Art Galleries London: The best in-the-know art exhibitions to see this winterFirst date? Overdue catch-up? Hour to kill? If you're looking for something off the beaten track, these London gallery exhibitions provide the perfect respite from museum crowds (not to mention the price tag).
20 questions with... eL SeedPresenting everything you need to know about French-Tunisian calligraphist making a change to Arabic perceptions ahead of his first UK solo show opening on 25 January
London's January Culture CrushWhat to see and experience in London, including the arty afternoon tea at Rosewood London and eL Seed's latest exhibition at Lazinc on Sackville Street.