The Art Lover's Podcast powered by Olympus. In the latest in our After Nyne x Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend, Claire Meadows meets Caroline Worthington, Director of the Royal Society of Sculptors.
The Art Lover's Podcast, powered by Olympus. For the latest of our podcasts in support of Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend, Claire Meadows meets Geoffrey Matthews, Secretary of Chelsea Arts Club.
The Art Lover's Podcast, powered by Olympus. In the latest of our After Nyne Young Masters series, Claire Meadows meets Eleanor Watson, recipient of the Jonathan Vickers Fine Art Award and Young Masters- shortlisted artist.
The Art Lover's Podcast - Powered by Olympus. Kensington & Chelsea Art Weekend is an exciting programme events designed to celebrate the rich legacy of the arts in the Royal Borough. For the first episode in the K&C series, After Nyne meets founder Vestalia Chilton, a one-woman whirlwind of ideas, whose vision will be borught to life during the event which spans 27th- 29th July.
The Art Lover's Podcast, sponsored by Olympus UK. Richard Hoey is an artist who has established a reputation for creating beautiful works that are soulful, thoughful and art of an ongoing dialogue with himself and the world around him. After Nyne's Editor Claire Meadows catches up with him for a chat before he returns to Brazil. Also - some amazing news re After Nyne Gallery.
In this episode of the After Nyne Art Podcast, Claire Meadows meets international glass artists Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg at the unveiling of their new large-scale installation project at Canterbury Cathedral.
After Nyne x Young Masters: Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman in Conversation with Preston Fitzgerald
To coincide with London Craft Week 2018, The Arts Club hosted a session with Young Masters Maylis Grand prize ceramicists Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman. These ceramicists were in conversation with the Crafts Council’s Daniella Wells and collector and curator Preston Fitzgerald discussing their practices and offer an insight into their processes of making.
The discussion was recorded by After Nyne Magazine as the official media partner of Young Masters.
Alexandro Pelaez, a Venezuelan photographer based in London, has developed two new series of work based on Londoners: be it as their professional environments surrounded by the tools used on their trade; be it as locations they may cross on their way to work as landmarks.
Titled “Londoners and their Environments” and curated by Mara Alves, the exhbition at Piccadilly's Herrick Gallery consists of a series of photographs documenting professionals based in London and spaces they may cross on their way to work as imaginary journeys.
Claire Meadows, editor in chief and founder of After Nyne meets Palaez and Alves to talk about the ethos behind the exhibition, what makes London a fascinating subject and more.
After Nyne Gallery's latest exhibition 'Eight From Nyne' is an exciting window into the world of some of the finest contemporary artists working today. The exhibition, held at 45 Park Lane (Dorchester Group) in association with Ackerman Studios. In this episode, Claire Meadows interviews Jennifer Conner, director of After Nyne Gallery, and Lily Ackerman, director of Ackerman Studios to talk about this exciting new exhibition
Amartey Golding is a multimedia artist whose work addresses subjects of cultural identity and intolerance. During his childhood, Golding's family moved house regularly, not only to various contrasting communities in London but also overseas to Ghana, West Africa. These experiences of continuous fluidity and movement have undoubtedly influenced Golding's artwork.
After Nyne Art Podcast Presenter Claire Meadows goes to meet him at his latest exhibition at the Attenborough Arts Centre, which is produced in association with Young Masters and The Cynthia Corbett Gallery.