Canal Knowledge

Decades of unauthorized creative activity alongside London’s waterways have created an ever-changing, al fresco ‘art gallery’ which is now as ineluctable a part of the city’s canals as the narrowboats which putter along them. This summer, The Canals Project, curated by Cedar Lewisohn, aims to shine a spotlight on this area with a series of new works…

The Winning Formula

We took the job of Judging the Art & Music street art competition seriously. There were over 400 entries, many of them of a very high quality. Some of the key factors that went into selecting the winner were: which work stands out; who would benefit the most from winning this prize; and who has…

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

Various locations From hitting the New York City scene in the nineties with Culture Jamming, to his recent Memorylithics series, Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada has followed a lateral route, characterised by his constant going against the flow. His work hasn’t left behind the classical arguments of this practice, but he has moved away from some of its…

They call it Madness

Berlin-based MadC incorporates traditional graffiti lettering with extreme methods of paint application using industrial spray guns to paint walls up to 700 metres long. Her huge scale productions are a feat of endurance and technical skill. Here she chats with London’s street art legend and accidental gallerist Pure Evil about publishing, paint quality and why…