Financial Times: Hockney’s heights: price versus value. Plus: art and advisers go back in time; bionic eyes for online sales; bus route beauties at ‘Salon 63’; and alabaster at Ordovas by Melanie Gerlis
Evening Standard (In Print & Online) Art about town:the best art events to see in London this September, 2018 by Kate Gordon
INFRINGE: 13 artists collaborate with 10 hair and beauty salons along the route of the number 63 bus, creating site-specific works that explore the role of the salon.
The Art Newspaper: Andrew Logan brightens up London’s Elephant and Castle with jewellery parade. Review by Louisa Buck
Fad Magazine: "My week in the art world - reflective fragments" features Andrew Logan's parade for Salon 63. Review by Giulia Trojano
Southwark News: All Aboard! artists and hairdressers create public exhibition along 64 bus route. Review by Katherine Johnston
Children from The Mary Magdalene Primary School next to the crypt were so inspired by the show that they made a mini version of Adam Barker-Mill's Globe and some paintings based on those of Jonathan McCree whose work is attached to the floor at Revive! exhibition. Review by Beatrice Hasell-McCosh.
Revive! site-specific exhibition of ten contemporary artists helps local communities to engage with art. Etcetera, Ham and High, words by Bridget Galton.
Pavel Pepperstein's works on show at London Revive! Arthur House for Calvert Journal
Apollo Magazine: Cake fetishising, bellowing and tie-dye - what's not to like?!
Playing The Room: People And Performance At Frieze London 2016.
Re-thinking Home Decor: A Review of Sasha Galitzine and Olga Mackenzie's Soho-Based Playroom.
The Calvert Journal: Russian artists at Playroom
Pavel Braila, a Moldovan artist to perform in London vegetable allotment for Closer to the Veg. Featured by Calvert Journal.
Closer To The Veg group exhibition of 15 contemporary artists featured in Picks of the Week in The Times.