"Loosely I wanted to create a sense that all images on all matter, human included, are able to slip off, disintegrate and be recast, whether metaphorically or literally," Pigott told Creative Boom.”
“Painting is an example of me trying to layer time, quite literally in the physical act of layering the paint, but also by having these narrative points in art history and contemporary events overlap.”
“Berwick Street’s Alice Black Gallery has just opened a new show: a selection of oil paintings from Tristan Pigott under the title Slippery Gaze.”
‘Marty Schnapf’s work may exist within the confines of the canvas but the world he depicts is one which is forever shifting beneath the surface’
‘Marty Schnapf is launching his debut solo show in the UK this month, bringing together a new body of paintings entitled Santa Ana Winds.’
“Alice Black, co-founder and director of the Alice Black gallery, joins us to discuss a season of performance art that’s taking over the space.”
"ALICE BLACK represents part of London’s new growth, contributing to a forward-looking cultural discourse as a fresh, young gallery with a wealth of insight and ambitious plans for their artists and collectors alike."
A Kinetic Sculpture Twists and Morphs Based on the Fibonacci Sequence. Wales-based sculptor Ivan Black creates large-scale kinetic sculptures that are inspired by mathematical formulae and minimal design.
"The third show there features the Karachi-raised British artist Adia Wahid, who feeds the unusual background of economics into subtly systematic abstractions which also reference computing and textiles to suggest affinities between loom, database and grid."
"Adia Wahid's work asserts that the real world incorporates contemporary global, digital reality. As something of a nomad who has lived in Pakistan, USA, Singapore, South Korea and now London, her constant relocation has presumably demanded a dynamic approach to cultural and language translations, suggesting close symmetry with her art practice."