We are so excited that we bumped into each other - we’ve got so much art to explore and talk about.
As an Artscaper, you are part of the Artscapy movement to democratise art. We’ve probably all been there at some point, feeling a bit intimidated by t
You might have heard of the term ‘male gaze’ to explain how women’s bodies are often objectified and over-sexualised in art. But maybe you have heard less about the feminist response to the male gaze: the female gaze. And that is what we are explorin
Let’s be honest: if money was infinite, all art lovers would build the collection of their dreams! But, we all know we have different pocket sizes. Despite this small (huge) limiting factor, we are sure that our - and your - passion for art is limitl
Vivid colour, rich texture, intricate pattern- “this could refer to any artist”, you may think. Yet today, we are referring to a very specific emerging artist that is conquering the art world’s heart- Jadé Fadojutimi.
As one of Britain’s most exciti
Few subjects provoke such marked reactions from society as the imagery and politics surrounding women's bodies. From Instagram’s controversial policy to censure visual content containing or alluding to a woman’s breasts to government policies that re
Halfway through the year, isn't that crazy? The sixth month of the year was certainly not a disappointment for the art world. Perhaps you managed to add some fantastic artwork to your collection. We surely did add some cool artists to our artists' ra
Guerrilla Girls’ new body of work titled "The Male Graze" has been one of the biggest highlights of this year's Art Night edition. "The Male Graze" is Guerrilla Girls largest public commission in the UK. It is running both online and offline until th
It's July- yes, you heard it right! Time flies. But we are heading to the most exciting part of the year: Summer! There is always so much to do, and the extra bits of sunlight gives you that little extra motivation to try something new. We, at Artsca
With lockdown lifting and physical events returning, art fairs are back this July! Art fairs have always represented key events for the art world. They allow emerging and established artists to come together and showcase their work, while collectors
With a long summer stretching out in front of us and lessening restrictions, it can feel overwhelming knowing where to start when it comes to making plans, particularly to booking gallery visits. Here at Artscapy we’re eager to help you decide which
Mayfair Art Weekend is back this year for its eighth annual edition! After a grand first-ever edition of the London Weekend Gallery a couple of weeks ago, the London art scene prepared another promising weekend full of vibrant activities and exhibiti
Art Night is back this year, but with a very different programme compared to what we have seen before in its four previous editions. All earlier Art Night events took place over one evening in 4 different neighbourhoods of London: central London, Whi
As the weather warms up, many of you are already thinking about holidays on a beach somewhere warmer than the UK. But not Artscapy - nothing makes us happier than a stroll through the city with casual stops in art galleries. And there are so many gre