Tyburn Gallery, London, opens with its inaugural exhibition Broken English this week. Founded in by Emma Menell, the gallery is dedicated to international contemporary art, representing, exhibiting and supporting emerging and established artists from a global range of evolving art scenes, with Africa as a point of departure. Curated by Kim Stern, Broken English presents work by artists including: Stephen Allwright, Joël Andrianomearisoa, Bridget Baker, Eduardo Berliner, Edson Chagas, Dan Halter, Mouna Karray, Yashua Klos, Ibrahim Mahama, Michele Mathison, Mohau Modisakeng, Lakin Ogunbanwo, Athi-Patra Ruga, Rowan Smith and Moffat Takadiwa. The show investigates the categorisation of cultural identities in an increasingly globalised world through a variety of mediums. From 18 September – 28 October.
Broken English, Tyburn Gallery, London
Since 2003, Fiona Bradley has been the Director of Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery. She emphasises the importance of new work in the context of a consistent and developing artistic practice.
Interview with Maggi Hambling, Wall of Water at the National Gallery
Known for her sculptures Scallop (2003) and In Conversation with Oscar Wilde (1998), Maggi Hambling has established herself as one of Britain’s most significant and controversial painters and sculptors. In her latest exhibition Wall of Water, Hambling returns to the National Gallery.