Sid was delighted to be included in EXIT Magazine for the Adidas Originals ‘Creatives’ feature.
Latest issue of EXIT Magazine OUT NOW
Photos by Ben Parks
Words by Allyson Shiffman
Sid Motion, Gallery Owner
Though her eponymous gallery has been open but a moment in art world years (since last June, to be exact), Sid Motion is already garnering unfettered praise as a gallerist. Makes sense, given that she’s long been known as one of London’s young curators to watch. Located in an old betting shop in King’s Cross, Sid Motion Gallery’s success is, of course, a testament to Motion’s talents. Still, she remains characteristically humble. “There seems to be real excitement for the artists I am working with and it is so great to be part of their development,” she says
View full Creatives feature here
We were delighted to give ES Magazine’s Art Issue pointers on how to start a collection and collecting emerging artists.
Delighted to be interviewed about setting the gallery up in Kings Cross, and my upcoming exhibition programme in the 3rd issue of Kiosk Magazine. Out now.
Great to have our current exhibition ‘Turns on The Tarmac’ featured as one of AnOther Magazines’ Brilliant Things To Do in September. Words by Belle Hutton.
Read in full Arteviste’s review of our recent exhibit Colour, Order, System here. Words by Oliver Morris Jones.
It’s an honour to be the July “Mover and Shaker” for Marguerite London. Read the full interview here.
Words by Billie Muraben. Photography by Holly Whittaker.
Marguerite is a network of influential women working in the arts, all with a strong desire to support each other. Read more here.
In the lead up to the opening of ‘Colour, Order, System’ at the gallery, Holly Black visited Roland Hicks – one of the 4 artists in the exhibition – in his studio for Elephant Magazine.
Read in full here: https://elephantmag.com/studio-visit-roland-hicks/
“I guess I’m trying to have my cake and eat it; I’m being two types of artist at once.” Roland Hicks creates his own unique blend of photorealism with unnerving reproductions of mundane objects and industrial materials.
Photographs © Tim Smyth.
Watch here the film of the first year of Sid Motion Gallery in pictures: One year of SMG
Read in full One Art Citizen’s review of the current exhibition, Inner Landscapes:
INNER LANDSCAPES: DAFNA TALMOR, BEN NASON, MINNIE WEISZ and MICK FINCH at Sid Motion
Inner Landscapes runs until 2nd June.
Our current Exhibition, Inner Landscapes, has been featured on Wallpaper* Magazine, as their ‘daily digest of visual inspiration.’
The piece explores some of the themes that run through the show and inform each artists work.
Inner Landscapes runs from 27th April- 2nd June 2017.