A Mile In My Shoes: After Nyne at the Empathy Museum

February 11, 2018

In the latest episode of the art lover's podcast, Claire Meadows visits a shoebox in Vauxhall, South London, to walk a mile in the shoes of people who have risked everything to settle in the United Kingdom. We meet curator and artist Clare Patey, whose 'A Mile in My Shoes' has been around the world educating people on the migrant experience. 

Also in this episode, we select our first Instagram Artist of the Week, and don't forget you can win a year's subscription to After Nyne's print magazine by following @afternynemag on Instagram and subscribing to this podcast on iTunes.

Keeping it Real: After Nyne Meets CB Hoyo

February 4, 2018

In the latest episode of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, Claire Meadows chats with artist CB Hoyo, who is well known for his tongue-in-cheek reworkings of contemporary classic paintings. The artist's latest exhibition takes place in London at Imitate Modern Gallery from the 9th - 28th February. 

Words in Sight: After Nyne Meets Gillian Hyland

January 28, 2018

In this episode of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, Claire Meadows meets photographer Gillian Hyland. Gillian is known for her highly stylish, and richly intense images that tell stories that hit at the heart of all human experience.

After Nyne will be presenting an exhibition of Gillian's work at Studio 7, Shoreditch for a week from February 1st. To RSVP visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/after-nyne-gallerys-inaugural-exhibition-gillian-hyland-at-studio-7-private-view-tickets-42376994732 

The Future is Female: After Nyne Meets Cynthia Corbett & Isabelle van Zeijl

January 21, 2018

For a very special edition of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, Claire Meadows meets Cynthia Corbett, revolutionary gallerist and founder of the Young Masters Art Prize, and Isabelle van Zeijl a highly commended artist whose work became the face of the 2017 edition of the Prize.

The trio discuss the history of the prize, what life has been like since the last awards ceremony and why all three believe the future is firmly female. 

Find out more information about the Young Masters Art Prize here https://young-masters.co.uk

Find out more about Isabelle van Zeijl here http://www.isabellevanzeijl.com


Artrooms Fair London Edition

January 14, 2018

In the latest episode of the After Nyne Magazine Podcast, Claire Meadows heads over to the Melia White House Hotel in London's Regent's Park ahead of the launch of the 2018 London event on Jan 20th to meet one of the founders, Cristina Cellini Antonini. 

Keep up to date with all things After Nyne by visiting the magazine website www.afternynemagazine.com, the gallery www.afternynegallery.com and on social networks at @afternynemag 

‘Object - Fix Me in Your Turquoise Gaze’

January 8, 2018

This week Claire Meadows meets Jane McAdam Freud, whose latest exhibition 'Object - Fix Me In Your Turquoise Gaze' is running at Gazelli Art House until January 20th.

The artist's latest body of work is based on found objects she discovered while on a two year residency at Harrow School. 

Claire also discusses two events in January's art calendar - London Art Fair and Artrooms Fair. 

Join in the After Nyne conversation at @afternynemag and on the magazine website www.afternynemagazine.com 

Pam Glew ‘Nocturnes’

December 17, 2017

Claire Meadows heads over to South Kensington's Exhibitionist Hotel to meet artist Pam Glew. Pam explores themes she returns to again and again in her work in her latest exhibition 'Nocturnes'. The environmental meets the personal meets the political meets the classical in works that are as beautiful to look at as they are challenging to the intellect. Nocturnes runs until February 15th 2018.  

Don't forget to subscribe to podcast here on iTunes as well as following After Nyne for the latest art news exclusives at @afternynemag and www.afternynemagazine.com 

The Personal, The Political: Hannah Ryggen at Modern Art Oxford

December 10, 2017

In our third episode, Claire Meadows travels to Modern Art Oxford to see the Hannah Ryggen retrospective. Virtually unknown in Britain, Ryggen's work is fuelled by personal, political and historical circumstance. Emma Ridgeway, Head of Programming at Modern Art Oxford and Chief Curator of the Hannah Ryggen exhibition, talks us through selected works. 

Hannah Ryggen: Woven Histories at Modern Art Oxford is open now until February 18th. Visit www.modernartoxford.org.uk for more information. Join the After Nyne conversation at @afternynemag and www.afternynemagazine.com 

Towards Greatness: After Nyne Meets Robi Walters

December 2, 2017

In the second episode of the After Nyne Podcast, Claire Meadows meets Robi Walters, whose turbulent background has fuelled his inspriring journey through art to success with his new gallery space in London's Soho. Join the After Nyne conversation at @afternynemag and follow the latest art news at www.afternynemagazine.com 

‘Imagining the Divine’

November 18, 2017

Presenter Claire Meadows meets Dominic Dalglish, one of the curators behind the Ashmolean Museum's latest exhibition, 'Imagining the Divine'. Keep up to date with After Nyne Magazine by visiting www.afternynemagazne.com