Meanwhile, the non-stop covering of art and the London art scene…

Meanwhile, over on our sister website Organ, the non-stop coverage of art and the London art scene goes on on a daily basis. Things that you might feel like exploring, non-Cultivate things, mostly East london things for that is where we are.

Here’s ten links to recent highlights

ORGAN THING: Sam Nicholson at Gallery 46, there’s a rather bold painter emerging here…

Painter Sam Nicholson has a rather powerful show called “Bring me my papers, bring me my cheese.” happening right now, a show at East London’s Gallery46 curated by Miles Tuddenham and Martin J Ticker, when you talk to the curators about it they rightly sound a little more excited than curators often do. The Gallery… read on

ORGAN: Five pieces of art – Peter Schumann, Sofia Martins Gray, Rabia Farooqui, Bert Gilbert and Izzer Ers, Sara Breinlinger…

The Five Pieces of Art thing (again)? Well why not (again)? All this  art flowing past on various feeds or wrapped up in press releases or jumping off actual gallery walls or wrapping chips or passing on the side of those Whitechapel white vans. So we ask (again) why not five pieces of art every…read on

ORGAN THING: Pez at StolenSpace, what is there not to like about all that smiling?

We passed a Pez on the way to the show, pretty hard not  to pass a Pez on the streets of London, there’s been a lot of smiling out there, they’ve been documented often enough of these fractured pages over the years. “StolenSpace is excited to present the new summer group exhibition” so trumpets the… read on

ORGAN THING: Peter Blake, collage, time travel, fun, pop, holidays on Cork Street, it really did save the day…

Yeah, I know I said back there that I wouldn’t but, well, why not?  “Waddington Custot presents Peter Blake: Time Traveller, an exhibition dedicated to the groundbreaking exploration of collage by iconic British artist Peter Blake.” – There it was, waiting for us in the middle of the born again thing that is Cork Street,… read on

ORGAN THING: More from Crass and The Feeding of the Five Thousand Remix Project and the heartwarming brilliance of the Commoners Choir…

A glorious Organ Thing of the Day today: Well the press release that came in this morning was about the latest parts of the Crass remix thing, The Feeding of the Five Thousand Remix Project, but now we’ve kind of got distracted by the heartwarming brilliance of the Commoners Choir The press release…. As part… read on

ORGAN: Five Recommended Art Things – Gamechangers at Hang Up, King Robbo Day, The Monstrous Femmes, Dylan Bardoe at Bermondsey Project Space, Mark Malarko at BSMT Space…

Where were who or what? Still still poking at things? We already said all this, we almost certainly do need to (or maybe don’t need to do?) do that five art things thing again don’t we? We probably should? Just a bit more of that glue that holds the who or what together. The art… read on

ORGAN THING: Experimental delights, Steve Beresford and Otomo Yoshihide, a recording of the duo live in London sometime in 1996, and who are Bark!? And look at all this Scatter treasure…

Organ Thing of The Day? Way way toooooooooooooo hot to be here stringing actual words together, here, have some perfectly formed summer sunshine music to get you through the day, Steve Beresford+Otomo Yoshihide, a recording of the duo live in London sometime in 1996. You don’t need out fractured words, the Bandcamp thing is there,… read on

ORGAN THING: Leaving leaves at Deptford X, explore the festival, the art, the streets, Absent Friends at APT Gallery, Sky Circles at Indigo and Madder…

 Now before anything else, please understand this isn’t some kind of attempt to critically review this year’s Deptford X. The annual art festival has just taken place, ten July days of art over the river in London SE8 – the festival has been a rather big deal since the first one took place back in… read on

ORGAN THING: Adam Hennessey, Kate Belton, two very fine art shows at New Art Projects, Hackney, London…

There are two shows on at New Art Projects at the moment, once again the two sit together rather well, they compliment without ever infringing on each other. Of course the layout of the Hackney gallery lends itself well to more than one show and yes, it would be so easy to put two artists… read on

ORGAN THING: “Gazelle Twin & NYX present Deep England”, a performance film by film directors and artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, watch it here…

Organ Thing of The Day|: “Gazelle Twin & NYX present Deep England’”, a performance film by BAFTA nominated film directors and artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. Rooted in English pagan and sacred music, Deep England is an electronic-choral expansion of Gazelle Twin’s 2018 album Pastoral (Anti-Ghost Moon Ray). Here, tracks from Pastoral, an album whose political themes have… read on

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