Maria Domenica Arcuri

RexRomae Borondo in London – Animal

Rex Romae proudly presents ‘Animal’, the first solo show in London by Borondo, one of the youngest, most prolific, most interesting and active artists. The Spanish Gonzalo Borondo chooses a complex subject, which reveals a careful research and a deep...

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Spectrum

November has come and brought new exhibitions around London. On the 13th November, StolenSpace Gallery held the opening reception for the ‘Spectrum’ group show, as ususal treating its followers with amazing artworks by various artists. As the...

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UK street art Interview with Dotmasters

In the aftermath of the opening of his solo show ‘Trash ‘n’ Cash’ at the Imitate Modern in London, we reached out The Dotmaster to ask him some questions about his exhibition, about his past experience and more generally about issues related to street...

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RexRomae Hide and Seek

In their usual style and following their now established tradition, Rex Romae organised a temporary and ephemeral pop up show featuring the artworks of the Norwegian stencil artist Martin Whatson. A street art follower since the nineties decade, it wasn’t...

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The Dotmaster’s Trash ‘n’ Cash

On Thursday 13th November, Imitate Modern hosted the opening reception of ‘Trash ‘n’ Cash’, a solo show by The Dotmaster. The little gallery space was packed with people, who not only enjoyed the artworks but also the nice drinks and good...

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Distortions

After eight years since his last solo show in a gallery, Mr Cenz displayed his new body of work at the Pure Evil Gallery in London last October. The exhibition Distortions  shows works on canvas with imagery the artist derived by experimenting on the...

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Opening: Etam Cru’s ‘Bedtime Stories’

Last Thursday, 30th October, the Polish duo Etam Cru opened ‘Bedtime Stories’, their first Italian show at Galleria Varsi in Rome. ‘Bedtime Stories’ recalls the tales parents use to read to their kids before going to bed and it evokes that special...

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Trip Down to Lazarides

Last week I decided to go on a short trip to central London to check out the two exhibitions at Lazarides. With the Outsiders now closed, the two shows took both floors at Rathbone Place. The first exhibition was by Marcus Jansen titled Whistleblower. The...

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Aqua Regalia Aqua Regalia by Faith 47

A week before its opening  Moniker Art Fair offered a nice and special treat to its followers with an exhibition by South African artist Faith 47. ‘Aqua Regalia’, which means royal water, is the alchemical name of a highly corrosive mixture of acids that...

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Autumn at StolenSpace Gallery

The rainy day didn’t stop me to head down to StolenSpace Gallery to check out the long awaited and much-talked about exhibitions of the autumn. Especially after some sneak peeks of the works by both Word To Mother and Beau Stanton. The athmosphere at the...

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