• 06/05/2017

    Charlotte Hodes - Remember Me - Solo show at Wolverhampton Art Gallery 3 June - 3 September 2017

    Remember Me: Charlotte Hodes Papercuts and Ceramics, at Wolverhampton Art Gallery

    The acclaimed artist Charlotte Hodes will be exhibiting new work including an ambitious site specific twelve metre long frieze commissioned specially for the Gallery.

    The solo exhibition Remember Me: Charlotte Hodes Papercuts and Ceramics opens at Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Lichfield Street on June 3 and runs until September 3.

  • 02/02/2017

    Valeria Nascimento in Collect mentioned in House & Garden


    Collect, the Craft Council's annual fair, showcases cutting-edge work by emerging designers - from museum-quality pieces in ceramic, glass and wood to conceptual sculpture. This year, it returns to the Saatchi Gallery with a focus on boundary-pushing techniques, featuring work from 37 galleries.

  • 20/12/2016

    Ricardo Cinalli: Interview for La Tundra magazine: London’s magazine in Spanish

    Ricardo Cinalli: Interview for La Tundra magazine: London’s magazine in Spanish

    By Sandra Conte (Argentina)
    Contemporary Art Historian
    Lives and works in London

    The full interview, translated into English, can be read below:

    Ricardo Cinalli
    A world full of coincidences

    After finishing his solo show ‘A Ravishing Muse: An Irreverent Homage to Picasso’ at jaggedart, the eclectic Marylebone-based gallery, Ricardo Cinalli reveals both his personal...

  • 19/12/2016

    Andrea Harari - Interview on Chinese Network CNC News

    Christmas is approaching, and London’s streets are filled with colorful bells, snowflakes, elks, and glowing lanterns; creating a romantic atmosphere for the festive season.
    For this occasion, jaggedart gallery opened its doors for its special Christmas exhibition, presenting a wide range of specially selected handmade and unique gifts that are a pure delight for many people.

    For almost two years, curator Andrea Harari has visited artists around the world, collecting all kinds...

  • 25/11/2016

    Ricardo Cinalli was interviewed by Clarin about his Solo Show ‘A Ravishing Muse’ at jaggedart

    By Maria Laura Avignolo

    Provocative installation in London

    Ricardo Cinalli -The Argentinian that exhibits fake Picassos

    The artist, based in London since 1973, has “copied” fifteen works by the Spanish Master

    Pablo Picasso’s line of works has succumbed to the unattainable. His works can only be seen and admired in museums or in ultra private collections; some are even permanently locked behind the doors of Geneva’s airport’s ‘free zone’, as an investment, reaching...