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Three fiddlers, two voices, one melodeon and a pair of clogs!

Last Sunday 17th April, Andipa was proud to host a live music and dance performance at our gallery space in Knightsbridge. Organized by Andipa’s founder, Maria Andipa, the concert was a huge success and featured live traditional English folk music accompanied with the delicate art of clog dancing. The gallery felt alive, music and movement resonating throughout its rooms.

Known for its luxury shopping, futuristic architectural skyline and extravagant nightlife, Dubai is an emerging business capital that you might not expect to host a major Urban Art project. However, the growing popularity of contemporary art in the last couple years has inspired a new wave of projects, pop-up events and collectors excited to take a part in the rapidly growing Contemporary market.

An exclusive Alexander de Cadenet exhibition is set to take place for one week only from April 15th – 23rd at Andipa with The Retrospective Book Launch Preview on the evening of Thursday April 14 during which De Cadenet will be present for book signing and to personally unveil his new Skull portrait artwork of King Richard III. Written by renowned art historian Edward Lucie-Smith, the book covers the evolution of De Cadenet’s work in painting, sculpture and photography over the past 20 years.

Featuring over 160 works spanning Hockney’s 60 years of artistic output, including never-seen-before new original works, Tate Britain’s announcement of their major David Hockney retrospective is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work since the Los Angeles County Museum...
Peter Burke ‘ Earthworks’ @ Southwark Cathedral Exhibition Dates: 10 Feb – 25 Mar, 2016 Location: Southwark Cathedral, London Artist Talk with Peter Burke Sunday 28 Feb at Southwark Cathedral after the Choral Eucharist. For the second consecutive year, Andipa and Southwark Cathedral have teamed up...
Hockney’s impromptu stay at the Hotel Romano Angeles in Acatlan, Mexico in 1984 was the result of his car breaking down on the way to Mexico City for the opening of his exhibition ‘Hockney Paints the Stage’ at the Museo Rufio Tamayo. Opting to stay at the hotel while his car was being fixed, he...
POW! – It’s the impact that art has on a person. WOW! – It’s reaction that art has on a viewer. Big news yesterday for British contemporary urban artist Slinkachu who announced his participation in the internationally acclaimed urban street art festival POW!WOW! Hawaii 2016 taking place from...
In his latest solo exhibition at 29 Palms Art Gallery (2 December – 10 January), British contemporary artist Alexander de Cadenet seeks out the sanctity of space, exploring the secluded desert landscapes of the Oasis of Mara, next to Joshua Tree National Park in California, USA. His new body of...
While urban art has experienced a sprouting of acceptance and industry affirmed nods in the last 10 or so years, until recently, it did not have a clearly defined reputation in the art world. The following article will attempt to explain the development of the urban art movement and how it evolved...