After Nyne x Young Masters: Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman in Conversation with Preston Fitzgerald

May 18, 2018

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.

Londoners & Their Environments: After Nyne Meets Alexandro Pelaez & Curator Mara Alves

May 18, 2018

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. 

Eight From Nyne: After Nyne Meets Lily Ackerman & Jennifer Conner

May 7, 2018

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 

Is It Just Me, Or Is It You: After Nine Meets Amartey Golding

May 2, 2018

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.

Beauty in Solitude: America’s Cool Modernism at the Ashmolean Museum

April 23, 2018

This is the first exhibition to explore the 'cool' in American art in the early 20th century, from early experiments in abstraction by artists like Georgia O’Keeffe, Arthur Dove and Paul Strand to the strict, clean precisionist paintings of Charles Sheeler and Charles Demuth. 

See incredible loans from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, including 35 paintings that have never been seen in the UK before.

In the Jazz Age of the ‘roaring’ 20s, and the ensuing Great Depression of the 30s, many American artists expressed their uncertainty about the rapid modernisation and urbanisation of their country by producing work that had a cool, controlled detachment and a smooth, precise finish.

This exhibition brings together some of the greatest works ever made by American artists – iconic pieces which reveal this fascinating aspect of American interwar art.

After Nyne's Claire Meadows meets the curator Dr Katherine Bourguignon. 

Exploring Visitoriana: After Nyne Meets Artist Charlotte Cory

March 26, 2018

In this episode of the art lover's podcast, Claire Meadows meets artist Charlotte Cory who, in a thirty-year career, has pioneered a way of looking at history, our relationship with animals and how the public interact with artwork. The artist has a show at the Exhibitionist Hotel, South Kensington, until April 8th. 

Beyond the Black Book: After Nyne Meets Artist Gideon Rubin

March 12, 2018

In the latest episode of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, presenter Claire Meadows heads over to the Freud Museum in London to meet the artist Gideon Rubin who has redefined history in his new exhibition Black Book. 


Kusama’s Pumpkins & Brocket Gallery

March 5, 2018

In this bumper episode, Claire Meadows meets gallerist Omer Tiroche, whose eponymous gallery in London's Conduit Street is currently showing an exhibition of Yayoi Kusama's pumpkin paintings. 

We also head over to Brocket Gallery in South-East London for our first 'Gallery Focus' feature. Founders Lizzie Glendinning and Jack Bullen share their story, and their wisdom on the art industry. Don't miss.

Follow the After Nyne conversation at @afternynemag on Twitter and Instagram. If you follow us on Instagram you are added into a prize-draw to win an After Nyne Magazine print subscription. 

After x Young Masters: Preston Fitzgerald & Lucille Lewin In Conversation

February 26, 2018

In the latest in our After Nyne x Young Masters series, collector and curator Preston Fitzgerald talks to Lucille Lewin. After s successful career in fashion, Lucille hit the headlines last year after winning the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize. Preston talks to Lucille about her career change, her process of creation and much more. We also reveal our Instagram Artist of the Week. Follow the After Nyne Conversation at @afternynemag on Instagram and Twitter

The Orange Balloon Dog: After Nyne Meets Don Thompson

February 19, 2018

In the latest episode of the Art Lover's Podcast, Claire Meadows meets Don Thompson, author of The Orange Balloon Dog. Thompson, an economist and professor of business who has taught at the LSE and Harvard Business School, is well-placed to talk about crazy auction prices, and what makes the art world tick. 

We also reveal this week's Instagram Artist of the Week and how to get your hands on a free annual subscription to After Nyne Magazine. Join the After Nyne conversation at @afternynemag