Hobson’s Choice: Clare Woods, The Bad Neighbour, at Modern Art
Woods is a painter whom I much admire and I know many of you do too.
Hobson’s Choice: Thomas Houseago at Hauser & Wirth London
It has been hard to miss the somewhat meteoric rise of Thomas Houseago in recent years.
Hobson’s Choice: G L Brierley at CARSLAW St* Lukes
G L Brierley is an intriguing young British painter who creates domestic scale and larger works that overtly allude to the history of painting.
Hobson’s Choice: Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro
I have been an admirer of the work of American artist, Sarah Sze since I first became aware of her work at the end of the 1990s
Hobson’s Choice: Mary Redmond at Bold Tendencies 6
I strongly recommend that you make the journey to this quite uniquely ambitious programme
Hobson’s Choice: Elizabeth McAlpine at Laura Bartlett Gallery
Laura Bartlett Gallery in Bloomsbury has just opened a new exhibition of works by British artist Elizabeth McAlpine
Hobson’s Choice: Tom Lovelace at Son Gallery
Work Starts Here, Tom Lovelace’s second solo show at Son Gallery in Peckham is a highly resolved exhibition
Hobson’s Choice: Tom Gidley at Paradise Row
Tom Gidley’s current exhibition at Paradise Row is immediately engaging.
Hobson’s Choice: David Altmejd at Modern Art
Occasionally you see some really distinctive and arresting work and for me, David Altmejd’s new sculptures at Modern Art are just that!
Hobson’s Choice: Helen Kincaid, Figurines And Asteroids at John Jones
Some of you may not know that the framer John Jones has a small gallery space at their premises in North London.
Hobson’s Choice: Sara VanDerBeek at The Approach
The approach in Bethnal Green has just opened an elegantly staged new show by American artist Sara VanDerBeek