Philippe Anthonioz

Often described as a “furniture sculptor,” Philippe Anthonioz’s work appeared in a dual exhibition at Galerie Tino Zervudachi in Paris and at Lefevre Fine Art in London.

Will Tuck

Tuck’s paintings speak to us about sex and celebrity, hyper femininity and neutered masculinity. He manipulates and teases his subjects and the language of paint.

Diana Scheunemann

Diana Scheunemann’s photography is alive with sensuality and emotion. She spent a decade travelling and capturing scenes with provocative honesty.

Video Art Gallery

Chris Meigh-Andrews re-imagines some of the earliest examples of photography for the modern world, thanks to digital editing, video, and the addition of sound.

Adam Neate

Elms Lester Painting Rooms has been at the centre of a revolutionary concept; bringing street art into the gallery space, by showcasing international street artists.

Ione Rucquoi

At one point it was unclear whether Ione Rucquoi would pursue art or music. Art won out: “It was always part of my life but to follow it up seriously was quite strange.”

Stuart Semple

At only 26 years of age, Stuart Semple is one of the most exciting young British artists around. He fuses 80s influences with an informed view of popular culture.

Enrico David

Enrico David’s latest work marks the evolution of his style, which has grown exponentially as different qualities have come to the foreground in recent years.

The Turner Prize

In 2007, for the first time ever, the Turner Prize was presented outside London: in Liverpool, to mark the city’s status of European Capital of Culture 2008.

Romuald Hazoumé

Romuald Hazoumé still resides and works in his native Benin, using the land and the Republic’s history as a source of inspiration for his work

John Jones

A powerhouse in the world of framing, John Jones is a family-owned organisation that provides bespoke frames of museum quality for the likes of TATE and the V&A.

John Squire

Musician, artist, father, budding surfer – John Squire wears many hats, but the one creating all the buzz at the moment is his role as celebrated painter.

Keiko Mukaide

Keiko Mukaide was born in 1954 in Tokyo, Japan and is an internationally renowned artist who creates both small glass works and large site-specific installations.

Caravan Gallery

The idea of a caravan gallery is a bit of a dichotomy, yet has succeeded beyond the wildest dreams of its creators, Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale.

The Wellcome Collection

The Wellcome Collection was the first venue of its kind in the UK, providing radical insights into wellbeing and the human condition.

Catriona Millar

There’s an appealing innocence to both Miller’s paintings and her enthusiasm as she chats from her Aberdeenshire studio across a thin, crackling line.

Reza Aramesh

Scrutinizing the fabric of contemporary culture to reveal the fragility of the notions of society, ethnicity, and identity: this is the essence of Reza Aramesh.

Light Installation

Public art, that which is produced for the passerby and within the public sphere, functions as a starting point for aesthetic discourse and interaction.

Urban Art & Graffiti Artists

Situated on walls, the pavement, telephone poles, windows, billboards, trains, cars, houses – but rarely do we stop and look at it: urban art is ubiquitous.

Fiona Foley

James Baldwin once stated, “The power to define the other seals one’s definition of oneself – who, then, in such a fearful mathematic is trapped?”