Hobson’s Choice: Rachel Goodyear at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
I have been an admirer of the work of British artist, Rachel Goodyear for several years now.
Hobson’s Choice: Phil Illingworth, Frightening Albert at WW Gallery, Hatton Garden
WW Gallery has recently opened a new space in a former jewellery workshop in the heart of the historic jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden
Hobson’s Choice: Elizabeth Price at MOT International
Elizabeth Price’s new video ‘The Woolworths Choir of 1979’ is immediately absorbing.
Hobson’s Choice: Ben Rivers at Kate MacGarry
Rivers has a long-term, almost anthropological interest in those who live in isolated locations
Hobson’s Choice: Thomas Demand at Spruth Magers
Acclaimed German artist Thomas Demand is best known for his photographs of meticulously recreated places, public and private spaces
Hobson’s Choice: Stuart Brisley at PEER
For those disbelievers who need evidence that art can sometimes be a form of magic, you should pop into the current show at PEER
Hobson’s Choice: Kura Shomali at Jack Bell Gallery
Jack Bell Gallery has a great programme focused on artists across the world but with a strong commitment to contemporary African artists.
Hobson’s Choice: Ximena Garrido-Lecca at Max Wigram
Ximena Garrido-Lecca is a young Peruvian artist now living and working in London.
Hobson’s Choice: Harm van den Dorpel at Wilkinson
There is a beautiful exhibition upstairs at Wilkinson’s by Dutch artist Harm van den Dorpel, whose work I especially admire.
Hobson’s Choice: Antiquity Bonk at The Sunday Painter
The Sunday Painter is an artist-led gallery and studio complex in Peckham set up in 2008
Hobson’s Choice: Gabriel Kuri at Sadie Coles
Gabriel Kuri is a Mexican artist who has attracted international critical acclaim for his work exploring the nature and possibilities of sculpture.