Our first exhibition will feature artist Tom Cox, a London local who is gaining rapid recognition for his paintings of our urban landscape. His paintings capture the character, nuance and physicality of life in the capital.
It’s that time of year again! We are back at the Menier Gallery for our third annual Winter Exhibition. Showcasing the work of nineteen contemporary artists; both emerging and established international talent. This Christmas we promise to bring you our best group exhibition yet.
This November at the Old Brompton Gallery, Tom Cox, Brian Reinker and Laurence Causse-Parsley are coming together to exhibit a contemporary collection of artworks portraying the urban environment in which we live.
Estamos realizados em organizar nossa primeira exposição internacional no Brasil esse ano. Traremos toda nossa energia para a cidade de São Paulo, em parceria com o artista Ellion Cardoso.
Focus LDN is returning for the 2nd edition of its WINTER EXHIBITION @ The Menier Gallery this December.
This June Focus LDN shall be bringing you eight of the best contemporary visual artists from the city of London. This dynamic exploration of visual representation is taking place at the Old Compton Gallery, just two minutes walk from Earl's Court Station.
All bringing an entirely different approach to contemporary painting, these select artists are starting to turn heads in London’s art scene.
Focus LDN presents The Spring Collection: Exhibiting the best and latest contemporary artwork that London has to offer in 2017
Join us in a celebration of London’s most exciting contemporary artists, with a few specially selected from further afield. We are exhibiting the work of thirty-one unique individuals working tirelessly on the highest quality paintings, embroidery, photography and much more.
In the prestigious Strand Gallery The Londoner’s Compass is set to explore the voices resonating within our city. In an artistic investigation of the urban environment and social narrative of London this exhibition will offer reflection and insight into the home of over 8.6 million people.
Focus LDN’s debut exhibition The Art of Regeneration, was inspired by a collective reaction to a construction site surrounding an artist’s community in Waterloo. This group show unites a diverse group of artists interested in documenting iconic scenes of urban regeneration.