Posts Tagged ‘art’

When Florrie Evans Is Not Looking After The Stunning Weiss Gallery In Jermyn Street, She Can Be Found Mudlarking With Her Daughter On The Thames

Florrie Evans

Florrie Evans has been Director at The Weiss Gallery since 2010. The Weiss Gallery was established in 1985 at 59 Jermyn St, the heart of the prestigious St James district of London, and is a leading dealer in Tudor, Stuart, and Northern European portraiture and has made several notable sales over the last three decades…

Ksenia Zemtsova Creator Of ‘Art Night’ Brings You London’s Biggest Boldest Art Festival This Summer

Ksenia Zemtsova is the co-founder of Art Night, a hugely ambitious free contemporary art festival that takes place in dedicated parts of London over one summer weekend. Art Night is growing year by year, and recently completed its third and most ambitious festival—attracting some 70,000 visitors to 50 sites to experience 150 artists. It’s dedicated…

Award Winning Edo Zollo Is London’s At Night ‘Voyeuristic’ Photographer

Edo Zollo has over 24,000 raving fans on Instagram. Why? Well, he is different—and we like different here in London. Born in Sardinia, Edo settled in London many years ago. It’s the home he loves, so much so, that when you and I are tucked up in bed in the small hours of the morning,…

Conrad Gamble’s Passion Inspired Him To Write ‘For the Love of London’

Conrad Gamble is a man after my own heart—like me, he has a passion for London and Londoners, so much so that he published his first book under the title “For the Love of London”. This book contains 100 stories told by 100 Londoners, many you’ll know, like Stephen Fry, but many you won’t. Each…