Lakwena Maciver

ITV News | TEMPLE theCoLAB / Lakwena- The Artists Garden

ITV News coverage on Temple rooftop art installation

Lakwena Maciver

Colab presents Lakwena ‘The Artists Garden’

Lakwena Maciver

The Artists Garden, Time-lapse footage courtesy of 180 Studios

Ibrahim El-Salahi

TATE | Ibrahim El-Salahi Studio Visit | TateShots

Daniel Crews-Chubb

London Live: Daniel Crews-Chub’s ‘The Consequences of Play’

A new series of epic paintings by Daniel Crews-Chub have gone on display in Wellington Arch’s Quadriga Gallery.


The work is inspired by the capital’s Wellington Arch, Apsley House and Peter Paul Rubens’ painting the Consequences of War.


The six works called ‘The Consequences of Play’ reinterpret the original painting, which depicted Europe in the aftermath of the Thirty Years War.


Daniel has been explaining more to Alicia.


The exhibition is on until the 12 March 2022 Quadriga Gallery in Wellington Arch and is a partnership between Vigo Gallery and English Heritage.


Alicia Edwards 5th July 2021

Ibrahim El-Salahi

TATE | Ibrahim El-Salahi in conversation with Salah Hassan

Ibrahim El-Salahi

TateShots | The Inevitable

Stephen Chambers

Stephen Chambers interview Studio International | The Court of Redonda | Venice Biennale 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Video interview with Ibrahim El-Salahi by Nick Hackworth for Modern Forms

Lakwena Maciver

Uniqlo Tate Lates: Night In – Stream 1: Artist Talks, Workshops & Spoken Word | Tate

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Prince Claus Fund Gallery | Ibrahim El-Salahi

Daniel Crews-Chubb

creating Zumbie and Belfie

at Galerist, Istanbul, 2015

Derrick Adams

Go Stand Next to the Mountain

Video interludes

Marcus Harvey

In conversation 'Inselaffe' 2016


16 July – 16 October 2016

James Capper

Porta Carve @ Vigo Gallery, London

Porta Carve

Vigo Gallery
21 August – 22 September 2016

Heywood & Condie

Paint Pours

shown at Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh

Ibrahim El-Salahi

'Mosque' 1964 @ Museum of Modern Art, New York

Mosque, 1964 on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

BBC Radio 4: An Alternative History of Art

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director of the Serpentine Galleries, continues the BBC Radio series exploring overlooked artists from the 20th century. Art history has been written from a white, Western, male perspective. What would an alternative canon look like?

Zak Ové

Modern Forms | Zak Ové

Zak Ové

Black and Blue: The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness

1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, Somerset House, London

Modern Forms

Zak Ové interviewed by Nick Hackworth, 2016

Zak Ové

Black and Blue: The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness @ Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 2017-2018

Ibrahim El-Salahi

BBC South East Today: Ibrahim El-Salahi, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings (14.05.2015)

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Ashmolean: The Tree series

Zak Ové

BBC CHANNEL 4 NEWS: Zak Ove tackling slavery through Caribbean sculpture - Jon Snow (30.03.2017)

For the first time in its history the British Museum is putting on permanent display the work of a Caribbean sculptor in its African collection.

Zak Ove – drawing heavily on his own Trinidadian Irish heritage, has tackled the story of slavery by viewing it through the traditional Island Carnival, an exuberant annual parade that weaves together the story of slavery, rebellion and eventual liberation.

Derrick Adams

'The Entertainer' Performance at MoMa PS1, 2012 (excerpt)

Derrick Adams

VoCA Talk: Derrick Adams 'Future People' at Stoney Island Arts Bank, 2017

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Modern Forms: Ibrahim El-Salahi interviewed by Nick Hackworth

Zak Ové

Featured on Front Row Late, Mary Beard (Series 2: Episode 6)

Ibrahim El-Salahi

Focus on Africa: Contemporary African Arts exhibition opens

Zak Ové

Sunday Brunch 'Hooked': Zak Ové

We discuss the psychology behind addiction with London’s Science Gallery, meet artist Zak Ové, leaf through the weekend papers, find out how to deal with a natural disaster and visit Bluebird Café in London.

Bluebird Café As the 20 year-old café expands across London, we discuss how an old favourite keeps up.

Leonardo Drew

Existed: The Weatherspoon Art Museum, 2010

Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew in 'Investigation' Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 7 October 24, 2014

Leonardo Drew, whose art career began as a child in inner city Bridgeport, Connecticut, transforms new materials—through processes of decay, oxidization, and exposure to weather—in his sculptures.

Never content with work that comes easily, Drew reaches daily beyond his comfort zone, charting a course of experimentation with his materials and processes and letting the work find its own way.

Leonardo Drew

Sculptor Leonardo Drew on being “the crack addict of art”

Artist Leonardo Drew started out drawing superheroes. Over the past 30 years, he's become a highly acclaimed sculptor with work in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Tate in London. Anthony Mason spoke with him about his new exhibitions and why he gave up drawing to build sculptors.

Nika Neelova

Tetley : Nika Neelova

Stephen Chambers

Stephen Chambers RA and Alastair Sooke: In Conversation | April 2018

Stephen Chambers

Stephen Chambers in conversation with Tim Marlow

Oliver Marsden

OM Studio | Episode 1

Leonardo Drew

Leonardo Drew: Traveling & Making | Art21

Episode #210: Leonardo Drew discusses the importance of travel in relationship to his artwork. "If you allow your antennas to reach out," he tells a group of students at Vigo Gallery in London, "you'll find what it is you need for this part of your journey." Deeply devoted to his studio practice, Drew

Daniel Crews-Chubb

Hunted Projects: Daniel Crews-Chubb studio visit

Justin Williams

ABC Art Bites | Mirror Episode 4

Heywood & Condie

Exhibition Tour - Heywood & Condie: This Land

Tony Heywood guides us through his exhibition with Alison Condie. 'This Land' is a multi-media exhibition interweaving film, sculpture, painting, music and botanical field study in order to create a personal portrait of the Sefton coastline.

Samuel Bassett

In the process of (doing something) | The Box Plymouth (2019)

This series of filmed interviews offer an insight into the creative process of a range of artists and creative practitioners, from those represented within our collection, exhibition programme or commissioning process, to those who work in the region. In this film, Samuel Bassett discusses his influences and context.

Samuel Bassett

Vigo Gallery 'Oi Oi' in Virtual Reality 19 March - 28 May 2021

Lakwena Maciver

'I'll bring you flowers' Aerial BB Paintings at 1-54 Contemporary Art Fair at Somerset House & 'Back in the Air: A Meditation on Higher Ground' at Temple Station Roof Terrace

Lakwena Maciver


Fiorucci presents a very special collaboration with artist Lakwena. Based in London, Lakwena employs bright colour and bold text to create paintings which, often appearing in public spaces in the form of murals, can be understood to be 'escape routes, afrofuturistic portals to utopia'. Fiorucci and Lakwena connect through their relationship with music, for as Fiorucci draws on disco, Lakwena draws on gospel, a musical culture that similarly centres around ideas of connectedness, spirituality and joy. The collection melds Fiorucci's visual language with that of Lakwena, combining bright colours, bold patterns, reworked logos and original motifs. The collection features all-over print denim jackets and jeans, shirts and velvet flares, along with printed Lycra tops emblazoned with Fiorucci's iconic Angels. The collaboration is presented via a short film starring Soul Sound gospel choir who, diverse in age and size, encapsulate this idea of coming together and deliver an uplifting message of connectedness and joy – perhaps in a time when we need it the most. The collection will be available online and in-store from November '21.


Artist - Lakwena Maciver

Producer - Alix Murat Photographer: Ruth Ossai

Videographer - Lorraine Khamali

Stylist - Theo White

Hair Stylist- Shamara Roper

Make-Up artist - Joey Choy

Choir Leader- Juliana Ogunjinmi Bamidele

Choir talent- Sandra Townsend

Choir talent- Evelyn Van-Beest

Choir talent- Emmanuel Ogunjinmi

Choir talent- Lisa Okoroafor

Choir talent - Mariam Akintokun

Lakwena MaciverSalah Elmur

Cultural Capital: An art fair special at Frieze and 1-54

Welcome to a special art fair edition of Cultural Capital - as Frieze opens in Regent’s Park, we take a stroll round London’s most significant art fair and see how people are feeling about being back in the tents in real life.

We also nipped in to 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair at Somerset House, where this weekend you can see some of the most exciting work coming out of countries across the continent.

Plus we delve into the Wellcome Collection for Thing of the Week and review The Last Duel, starring Jodie Comer, Adam Driver, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.