AnOther Magazine: Four Artists using Photography to explore Inner Landscapes

image1Read AnOther magazine’s interview with Sid Motion, on the current exhibition “Inner Landscapes”. The feature explores each artist’s practice and how they produced the work appearing in the show, which runs from the 27th April- 2nd June 2017.

http://www.anothermag.com/design-living/9772/four-artists-using-photography-to-explore-inner-landscapes

Audio of Jo Dennis and Rodrigo Orrantia in conversation now Live

British artist Jo Dennis, whose solo show ‘Matter out of Place’ was on view at Sid Motion Gallery from 19 January – 24 February 2017, spoke in conversation with Rodrigo Orrantia and Sid Motion on 8th February 2017, at the gallery.

Jo Dennis (b 1973, UK) graduated from a BA in Fine Art and Contemporary Critical Theory from Goldsmiths College, London in 2002.
Dennis has exhibited internationally. Recent exhibitions include Cropped Up at AMP Gallery, UK; Acca Atelier at Galfa 20, Italy; Working from Home at AMP Gallery (for Artlicks Weekend), UK; and a solo booth at The Others Art Fair, Truman Brewery, UK. Dennis’ work has been included extensively in group exhibitions including at the ICA and The Royal Academy of Arts, in London.

Rodrigo Orrantia is an art historian, consultant and curator who specialises in photography and moving image. Rodrigo is interested in photography as an expanding field, exploring its connections with film, sculpture, text, sound and localised performance in his many projects, exhibitions and publications.

The conversation was moderated by gallerist Sid Motion.

Brilliant Things To Do in March: Nathan Eastwood | AnOther Magazine

Nathan Eastwood: My England at Sid Motion Gallery, London: March 3 – April 8, 2017

Screen Shot 2017-03-02 at 15.48.38Nathan Eastwood’s paintings come across as snapshots of everyday life in England, because that is exactly how they came to fruition: Eastwood would take photos on a phone and work from these images to create his atmospheric paintings. Scenes in launderettes, a queue at a food bank and a man glancing at a ticket before walking through a doorway all make for remarkable subject matter, many crafted in monochrome and all with immense detail, and viewing that feels at once inclusive and voyeuristic. Sid Motion Gallery is still a young venture, in an area of London undergoing exciting regeneration, rendering Eastwood’s observations of English life especially prescient.

 

Read all other recommendations in full here: http://www.anothermag.com/design-living/9591/brilliant-things-to-do-in-march

Young Artist to watch – Nathan Eastwood | FADMagazine

In advance of next weeks opening of Nathan Eastwood’s solo show ‘My England’ – the gallery is delighted to see that FAD Magazine have chosen Eastwood as their ‘Young Artist to Watch’.

Please come to the opening of Eastwood’s show at 6-9pm on 2 March 2017. The exhibition will run until 8 April 2017.

Read the full article here:

Young Artist to watch – Nathan Eastwood.

 

ARTIST TALK: Jo Dennis in conversation with Rodrigo Orrantia and Sid Motion

Jo Dennis, whose solo show is on view at the gallery from 19 January – 24 February 2017, will speak in conversation with Rodrigo Orrantia, an art historian and curator specialising in photography and the moving image, and Sid Motion on Wednesday 8th February at 7pm.
To reserve a place please RSVP to info@sidmotiongallery.co.uk 

Paul Houlsey in conversation with Melanie Gerlis

Paul Housley, who’s current exhibition Factory to Palace is on view at Sid Motion Gallery (until 23rd December 2016), spoke in conversation with the author, Columnist at the Financial Times and Editor at large, The Art Newspaper Melanie Gerlis last night. Thank you to all those who joined us for their engaging discussion. It was a wonderful chance to hear Paul speak first hand about his new works in the exhibition.

‘The Best Alternative Art Galleries in London’ by the Spanish newspaper, El Iberico

“Only 4 months ago the artistic manager of Photo London, Sid Motion, opened her eponymous gallery in a former betting shop near King’s Cross focused on modern art and photography. However, the place has become a key destination in the contemporary art scene in the capital. The director, of only 28 years old, wants to create a space to show what interests the real artists and make visitors questions asked and discussed. Until November 5th you can attend the show Francesca Longhini and Michelle Conway, where they explore the issue of existence and contemporary life in urban spaces through painting, sculpture and photography.”

http://www.eliberico.com/las-mejores-galerias-de-arte-alternativo-de-londres5.html