On July 4th, Digital Decade’s annual art collaboration kicks off at the Underdog Gallery in London. This year’s exhibit, “There is No Planet B”, features the work of international digital artists who address the economic, social, political, and environmental problems we face by imagining a world without them.
Punk Pop Baroque is an exciting joint exhibition showcasing some of the amazing works available by David Apps & the DnA Factory. This is a chance to see creativity at its best, a wild, dark, provoking display of sculpture and artwork from two of London’s collectable artists.
We’ll also have a début screening of “David Apps – Photopunk” – the film starts at 6.30pm on opening night and runs for half an hour.
Underdog Art and Incandescent Artists invite you to join us in celebrating a group of fine art & photo-realism artists making some noise on the art scene with their technical skills, these artists have a certain edge about their work, they’re FUTURE MASTERS, come down to The Underdog Gallery, just a short 5 minute walk from London Bridge Station and The Shard and help us celebrate!!
Incandescent Artists & The Underdog Gallery presents MIX 3 – Another explosive MIX of Modern, Urban and Post-War Pop Art.
If you’ve not been to either of our previous “MIX” group shows you’ve been missing out on what’s rapidly becoming one of the ‘must see’ group art exhibitions on the London art scene with an uber fun Private View filled with an international line-up of the current hottest creative talents to...
Incandescent Artists and The Underdog Gallery are proud to present……..
“DWAM” – A solo show by Italian painter Gianluca Pisano.
Gianluca is a true powerhouse artist that produces artwork rarely seen these days. Brushstrokes that acknowledge the ‘old masters’ but with a mind-set firmly planted in the 21st Century with aplomb. The content, story and swagger of his paintings are hard to ignore, stunning in detail...
Incandescent Artists plays a key role in London’s creative and cultural landscape by promoting a wide range of artists through a series of pop-up events. We have made a positive choice in not owning an art space or gallery, we identify places that could be used in a creative way to help promote the artists and their work in a new location, offering a varied amount of people, from all walks of life, an opportuni...