All artists A-Z
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Rachael House is an artist who makes events and objects. She is also co-director of the artist-run space Space Station Sixty-Five.
Nana Varveropoulou is a photographer, artist and lecturer. Varveropoulou’s practice and research is focused on various issues relating to human rights and social justice, often through the process of collaboration.
Multi-disciplinary artist Chisara (Agor) is a musician, actor and theatre maker based in Peckham and Madrid.
The People Speak is an art collective that primarily takes its practice into the public domain of everyday civic space.
Kimathi Donkor is a British artist living and working in London. His work re-imagines mythic, legendary and domestic encounters across Africa and its global Diasporas.
Resolve is an interdisciplinary design collective of three creatives: Akil Scafe-Smith, Seth Amani Scafe-Smith and Melissa Haniff.
Mhairi Macaulay’s work is characterised by a fascination with ‘The Social’: the way individuals interact with each other. Without a fixed aesthetic, Macaulay plays with the preconceptions we have about different communities, from grassroots groups to large corporations.
Jessica Voorsanger is an American artist living in London. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA) and Goldsmiths College (MA Fine Art), and has had one-person exhibitions in London, New York, Edinburgh, Berlin & Turin.
Nikolaj Larsen works in a variety of media and materials to create visual responses to challenges within today’s society.
Vote Art is an arts initiative inspired by the theme of democracy that aims to encourage people to take part in the democratic process.
Barby Asante is a London based artist, curator and occasional DJ. Her work is concerned with the politics of place, space memory and the histories and legacies of slavery and colonialism.
David Blandy is primarily a video artist whose work investigates the cultural forces that inform and influence him, using himself as an anthropological subject.
Anna Best holds a process-based practice into narrative structures and the complicated process of making art with other people.
Working primarily with photography and installation, Chong Kwan creates fantastical landscapes and environments consisting primarily of waste materials.
David Cotterrell is an installation artist working across varied media including video, audio, interactive media, artificial intelligence, device control and hybrid technology. His work exhibits political, social and behavioural analyses of the environments and contexts, which he and his work inhabit.
Azarra Amoy is a producer of public art installations in the form of murals. Her practice can be defined in three overlapping strands: artist, designer and creative strategist.
Born in the UK of Caribbean migrant parents, artist and writer Michael McMillan uses mixed media as part of a creative collaborative process that brings in other artists and local people for performances and exhibitions.
The creative collective in south east London was set up in 2004 by Chris Ratcliffe, Laura Cave, Anna Walsh and Hannah Havana. With individual specialisms in screen printing, jewellery and painting, the group also work together and with friends, taking part in exhibitions and events, as well as making props, displays and products.
Birungi Kawooya’s art embodies the beauty of the African diaspora with a focus on dance, nature and wellbeing. She takes inspiration from Ugandan classical Kiganda dance styles, flash dancing by The Nicholas Brothers and hiplet from Homer Bryant, interpreting these influences in collages using layers of Ugandan batik fabrics and cutout card.
Melanie Manchot is a London based visual artist who works with photography, ﬁlm and video as a performative and participatory practice.
Sarah Cole’s practice involves the orchestration of collaborative encounters as a form of live research into lived experience.
Beverley Bennett is an artist-filmmaker whose work revolves around the possibilities of drawing, performance and collaborative experiments with sound.
Established in 1995, muf architecture/art has never had fewer than 80% female members, including founders Katherine Clarke and Liza Fior.
Sonia Boyce came to prominence in the early 1980s as a key figure in the burgeoning black British art-scene of that time – becoming one of the youngest artists of her generation to have her work purchased by the Tate Gallery, with paintings that spoke about racial identity and gender in Britain.
Manu Luksch, founder of Ambient Information Systems, is a filmmaker who works with moving images. The core theme of her works is the evolution of film in the digital or networked age.
Lottie Child’s practice includes participatory, live art explorations of public space, utilising strategies of collaboration and spontaneous interaction
Enam Gbewonyo is a British Ghanaian textile and performance artist based in London. She is founder of the Black British Female Artist Collective, a platform that supports emerging Black women artists’ careers and advocates inclusivity.
Zuleika Lebow is an artist and cultural producer born and raised in London. The diverse cultural wealth of the city and its history as a home for migrant communities is central to both her practice and her personal identity
Majek is a multi-disciplinary artist and researcher who experiments with the complexities of her bicultural identity.
Neal White is a UK artist based in Brixton, London. His art practice engages with the ongoing impact that science and technology have in shaping our relationships to one another and to the environments we live in.
Meera Shakti Osborne has a practice of collective healing through creative self-expression.
A.G is a DJ, producer and presenter from east London. Her work takes inspiration from American underground club music in Baltimore and New Jersey to Bollywood soundtracks.
Eva-Grace Bor (Eva Bor) is a writer and filmmaker based in London. She has been published by Media Diversified and gal-dem and her short documentary Zero Zero screened at festivals in the UK and USA, including London Short Film Festival, Aesthetica, Hot Springs and Blackstar.
Ana Laura López de la Torre is an artist and writer based in Uruguay. Using the overlooked and the underrated as a starting point, her work creates visible and unexpected connections between things, people and places.
Sarina Mantle is an artist, designer and singer-songwriter based in Barking and Dagenham, London. Mantle works across print, fashion and music, incorporating patterns, florals, sacred geometry, intuitive tribal and ancient visuals to reconnect with the cosmic and natural world.
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