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Old Debates: Cleansed at the National Theatre

“I went to see Cleansed because I know that torture and brutality happen in the world, and I believe that it is crucial that art responds to this in some way. So I went to see what this production had to say.” The National Theatre’s


An Arm, A Leg and (too many) other stories: Heman Chong at South London Gallery

  Heman Chong is an artist and writer living and working in Singapore. His work explores intersections between practices and notions of travel and exchange. His show at South London Gallery (SLG) is his second London show, the last being at Rossi and Rossi in 2012. Having


Electronic Superhighway: how has the internet changed art?

Hi everyone! Last month has been extremely busy: we’ve moved South of the River, and we’re working to make our This is Not Art magazine better and bigger (more news are coming ;-)! So I just found the time to update you about the last amazing

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Natalie Ryde: The Other, Other Way

The latest systemic drawings of London-based artist Natalie Ryde, installed in the airy multi-functional space at Carousel, stand in stark contrast to loud chatter, dazzling lights and psychedelic rides that we usually associate with fun fair rides. The nine works, assembled in the exhibition ‘The

King Salami & the Cumberland Three: music suitable for vegetarians

Hello everyone! We’ve been petty busy in the last we’ve been on holiday! 😀 But now we’re back and before start unwrapping our plans for the next year, we’re very pleased to introduce you to King Salami & the Cumberland Three, London’s greatest and


Maskeliade – "Hand" made electronic music

Our new artist of the month is not a London based one, but he’s a stunning musician from Russia: Maskeliade. I saw him during one of his gigs in London and I fell in love, so I couldn’t miss the opportunity of introducing him to you!