Welcome to our 2016, The Blue Art List is about connecting artists & art events to those those involved in the running of art spaces and to those involved in the art media, please do make contact if you want to know more, if you wish to be on the list and receive our information.
We ended last year by sharing details of the Reveal show with you, thanks to those of you who posted, blogged and generally share the news and the press release. Good to see the Humans of Greater London website came along to the opening night and featured a couple of the artists and indeed colourful people who attended the opening via their social media….
Here’s some fresh Organ magazine coverage of Cultivate‘s Reveal show over in East London that we press released ahead of the rather busy event. A review of the opening night and a small feature on one of the artists involved. .
ORGAN THING: Reveal, An Art Show in a Railway Arch, the opening night reviewed… Reveal, the show opened last Thursday evening in an East London railway arch, deliberately timed to happen as early in the year as possible, hopefully the first London art show of 2016, actually for once there was quite few things worth exploring on the first Thursday of the new year. Reveal happened at a space called Fount London, a white-walled railway arch right by London Fields over in Hackney, East London, A show put together by read on
ORGAN THING: Megan Pickering, Will Anyone Re-blog This? Megan Pickering is one of the more intriguing of the current crop of London-based artists. It isn’t easy to pin down what it was about the artist from Durham that first ignited curiosity and demanded we take a closer look? Was it the powerful sound of that film she… read on
The full list of artists taking part in Reveal read Amy Elizabeth Kingsmill, Caroline Reed, Cecily Baker, Deborah Griffin, Diane Goldie, Emma Harvey, John Lee Bird, Marnie Scarlet, Megan Pickering, Patrick Morrissey/Hans Hancock, Samuel Brzeski, Sarah Sparkes, Sean Worrall, Skeleton Cardboard and ThisOne, please do ask if you need any more information or wish to talk to any of the artists, they are all available to talk and such…
And while we’re here, you might like to check out Organ’s take on the 2015 art year…
ORGAN: How was art in 2015? Felt up in a sex shop? Giant cats? It all opens tomorrow morning… End of year full stops? The best of the music that passed this way has already been rounded up on the previous page, all tied in a red new year bow and thrown your way, but what about the art? How was 2015 in terms of art? Here’s the pick of our adventures in art galleries, on streets, on-line and…read on