Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making

A new exhibition organised by Outside In and Craftspace is launching at Pallant House Gallery on 12 March 2016, illustrating the different and more alternative ways material and craft techniques can be utilised by artists and makers. ‘Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making’ will showcase work by historically renowned artists associated with the Outsider Art … Continue reading Radical Craft: Alternative Ways of Making

Jim Sanders at Into You Tattoo

The walls - and ceiling – of Into You Tattoo in Clerkenwell are currently covered in the religion-inspired, life-portraying works of Brighton-based artist Jim Sanders to mark the closure of the parlour’s central London franchise. The body of drawings plastering the space have been created over a period of five years and feature images of … Continue reading Jim Sanders at Into You Tattoo

Daniel and Rodney: two perspectives on geometric form

This month sees the opening of an Outside In exhibition in collaboration with Bethlem Gallery. Outside In: Bethlem will showcase the work of Daniel and Rodney, who have refined yet differing perspectives on geometric form. The exhibition will run from 19 August - 11 September at Bethlem Gallery, which is situated within the grounds of … Continue reading Daniel and Rodney: two perspectives on geometric form

Miraculous Urgency: exploring the relationship between catharsis and art

You may have seen a blog I posted back in March about an upcoming exhibition kdoutsiderart.com is organising in collaboration with Now and Again Gallery in Brighton, UK. I'd just like to extend a huge thank you to all of the artists who submitted work - the standard was incredibly high, and myself and Daniella … Continue reading Miraculous Urgency: exploring the relationship between catharsis and art