Studio International Review by MK PALOMAR Threesome and 3×3×3-review-new-art-projects-london “There is a new sort of equality firmly held in the boundaries of these images, a new beginning that I, for one, hope heralds more such brave and refreshing shows.” Marta Kochanek. SELF, 2015. Digital photograph, 60 x 40 cm. © the artist. Share

Wallpaper magazine review Threesome and 3×3 ‘I’m not sure that a male artist, or a heterosexual woman artist, would paint as proudly and freely as this,’ says Anna McNay, curator of two parallel exhibitions on the female gaze in painting and photography today. The duet of shows at New Arts Project in London take the perspective of 12 queer women … <
Read More


HEWING WITTARE | ODDSPACE |44 Ashdown Crescent, Belsize Park, NW5 4Q Friday 23 – Sunday 25 February 2018 (12-6pm) Opening Thursday 22 February (6:30-8:30pm) HEWING WITTARE is proud to announce our third exhibition along with two free workshops entitled ‘ODD SPACE’ at 44 Ashdown Crescent, Belsize Park, NW5 4QE. Collaborating with 9 artist’s who work … <
Read More

3×3 Review Self Portraiture Magazine

Running in tandem with New Art Projects’ current painting show, Threesome, comes 3×3 – an exhibition of self-portraits by nine queer female artists whose work interrogates the notion of the female gaze and self-identity.×3-at-new-art-projects/   With R, 2017 © Emli Bendixen, courtesy New Art Projects Share

PAUL’S ART WORLD Features Adam Hennessey

LONDON ART FAIR 2018: TEN PICKS Writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent sets out a rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows in London now. He currently writes freelance including for Art Monthly, Frieze, artcritical, Photomonitor, Border Crossings and World of Interiors, and has a quirky weekly online column at FAD Art News – see … <
Read More