One of the best things about summer surely has to be the burgeoning new cultural season; what better way to spend a sunny evening than absorbing some high concept art prior to those endless jugs of Pimms? And so to Notting Hill where the APART gallery is staging somewhat of a welcome comeback, after a couple of years meandering around the world on tour, it is back in town to tempt all modern art lovers with their 10th Anniversary Summer Exhibition.
On the exhibition, Apart owner and curator Adrian Palengat says, "It's always fun to be showing at home and particularly in Notting Hill where we were based for so long. This year we have a great lineup of some of our favourite artists, as well as some new talent. We're delighted to have Jef Aerosol, Inkie and Savage Henry exhibiting with us for the first time this year amongst others, and also to be welcoming back most of our usual lineup of heavyweights, including Joe Rush, Peter Gravelle, Sunil Pawar, Joe Black, Miss Bugs, Hassan Hajjaj, Ben Allen and Jay Burridge"
So why not pitch up and be amused and enthralled by the endlessly imaginative works on display - including our favourite - Jay Burridge's Randy Panda - if he doesn't put you in a good mood we don't think any amount of Louboutins can help you.
By Victoria Moss
‘A show in that nice old bank on the corner’ at Apart Gallery, 133-137 Westbourne Grove W11 until 28th June.