Norwegian Painting: Christian Tony Norum

Christian Tony Norum, Installation view, Untitled, 2015 and Colours of All Time, 2015 A beautiful bird, a drum, the stars and the ancestors, a river, the sea, the wind and the sun. I am blinded by being a human being, searching wondering about everything and nothing. I am a universal human being that live and… Continue reading Norwegian Painting: Christian Tony Norum

Erika Vogt, Slug, Simone Subal

Erika Vogt, Stranger Debris Roll Roll Roll, 2013 and installation view of Slug, 2015 Erika Vogt might alternately be described as a sculptor, printmaker or video artist, but, like so many of her peers, these labels merely point at the edges of something deeper. Born out of the tradition of experimental film, Erika brings to… Continue reading Erika Vogt, Slug, Simone Subal

Wilkinson Gallery, London

After cutting his curating teeth running a project space for three years based in the front room of his Paddington Flat, Anthony Wilkinson opened his first gallery behind an unshowy grey fa├žade on Cambridge Heath Road in 1998, at a time when you could still count the number of commercial galleries in the area on… Continue reading Wilkinson Gallery, London