The alt-rock trio Paramore continue their successful UK stint with a triumphant sold-out show at The O2.
His name synonymous with the epic monumentality of his works, David Mach has been pushing the boundaries of installation art for forty years. A new exhibition at Pangolin London will offer a unique insight into
Known for his work hovering between abstraction and figuration, Manchester-born painter Nigel Cooke chats with 1883 Arts Editor about his latest body of work which was recently put on show at Pace, London, in an
NY-based painter Haley Josephs talks to 1883 about her new exhibition, Every Part of the Dream, at Almine Rech, London, until 22 December.
Robert Nava has made a name for himself with his canvases depicting otherworldly creatures hovering between the mythical and the supernatural. Shaped by a range of different inspirations, they are rendered in a deliberately naïve
At this point, it is no secret that I am an Afrobeats stan, as somebody who has been in tune and had many a conversation with a variety of Afrobeats artists its always exciting for
1883 Arts Editor sits for a chat with Cj Hendry, the 34 year-old NY-based artist from Brisbane best-known for her eye-catching photorealistic drawings of luxury goods and flowers, to discuss her work and influences, and
Are non-fungible tokens a fad or the future of the creative industry? 1883 sits down for a chat with Josh Sandhu from Quantus Gallery – Europe’s first non-fungible token advisory – to talk all things
1883 meets British landscape painter David Wightman, who is best known for his imaginary mountain vistas teetering on the line between figuration and geometric abstraction. His work is on display at Grove Square Galleries, London,
A retrospective at The Fitzrovia Chapel, London, pays tribute to larger-than-life 80s icon Leigh Bowery whose work straddled art, fashion and music.
A modern urban expressionist combining abstraction with surreal figuration, Marcus Jansen draws on his military past to comment on socio-political issues and offer a poignant insight into the realities of war. His latest exhibition, Victims
Larger-than-life street-pop artist Thierry Guetta aka Mr Brainwash sits for a chat with 1883 Arts Editor to talk about his new mural in Battersea, his influences and what makes London unique.
Joshua Press's debut solo exhibition – Different Bodies – is an intimate celebration of family and friends. 1883 meets the artist known for his intense, hazy portraits to discuss his work and ask why portraiture
1883 Arts Editor meets artist collective Wells Projects to discuss their residency with Lateral Geographies, upcoming projects and how they see their work evolving in the wake of the digital revolution shaking up the art
Ahead of the opening of her solo exhibition at NOW Gallery, Birmingham born artist and illustrator Manjit Thapp sits down for a chat with 1883 Arts Editor to discuss her work addressing themes of feminism
The talented Rhett Nicholl is a soul singer and poet from London. He’s now back with the new single, Love In Vain. When it comes to music and lyricism, some artists will painstakingly spend every waking moment
It has been a long summer at 1883 HQ in Wimbledon. Producing our current RESET Issue during lockdown meant my daily adventure was limited to a masked-up trip to the local corner shop. As things
Eco-travel is currently at the forefront of most travellers’ minds and with a robust composting & recycling programme as well as an unwavering commitment to reducing single-use plastics, Treehouse London does not disappoint. Gone are the
It’s been 192 days, one eventless summer and a whole lot of baking since we were let loose on the restaurant scene… and boy are we glad to be back. The 16th of March now seems
With the seasons changing swiftly and the cold winter weather finally starting to creep in, people aren’t quite steering away from their heavy-duty coats just yet. Staying warm is very much still at the forefront of
How many times have you walked into a store and walked out almost immediately because they did not have what you wanted? Probably pretty often. Now, how many times have you walked into a store,
1883 arts editor sits down for a chat with Milanese duo Urbansolid to discuss their 3D installations taking over east London.In a world gripped by fear and paranoia, art can't but be political,