Captain Lightfoot is an artist collective set up in 2012 by Emma Pratt (based in Edinburgh), Anneli Holmstrom (based in Finland) and Kadie Salmon (based in London). Having met in Edinburgh during a Masters degree the artists were brought together by their interest in narrative and symbolism in visual art and their desire to instigate evolving exhibitions … < Read More
For more than thirty years, Mathew McCaslin has been travelling and creating site-specific art. His work is exciting and often unsettling. He paints landscapes, both physically and metaphorically with electricity. He uses electricity in its rawest form, as a source of light. His light pieces dig deep into our emotions and they create endless environments. His calm, beautiful and thoughtful sculptures are … < Read More
Fred Mann is delighted to announce the first solo exhibition of works by Alex J Wood. Since graduating from Chelsea College of Art Alex has taken part in some exciting group shows and has received commissions and awards both public and private.
Paul Caffell, Anton Lukoszevieze, Emma McNally, David Saunders, Terry Smith, with film and video screenings selected by and including Anna Thew Private View Thursday 12 November 6-8 pm. This exhibition brings together the work of four visual artists and a musician in order to compare the relational systems of music – or ‘organised sound’ as … < Read More
Fred Mann is delighted to announce the second exhibition at his new gallery, New Art Projects. Concrete Fictions will be made up of 4 solo shows by contemporary artists Ricardo Alcaide, Jessie Makinson, Ayo & Oni Oshodi and Kadie Salmon. Each artist has a different nationality and background. Each has a very different practice; their … < Read More
Fred Mann is delighted to announce the first exhibitions at his new gallery, New Art Projects. ENGLISH MAGIC will be made up of four solo shows by painters James E Crowther, Fergus Hare, Sarah Sparkes and Geraldine Swayne. The exhibitions will explore the fine line between the real and the sublime in contemporary British Painting, … < Read More