Wet Round Time: Phyllida Bluemel on Nettle Grellier
Writer Phyllida Bluemel muses on her visit to Nettle Grellier's studio in Cornwall ahead of the artist's solo Voices presentation for Unit.
Curatorial Conversation: Two East Africans Meet at Union Station, Washington, D.C.*
Join Fitsum Shebeshe and Serubiri Moses, curators of More Than One Memory, as they explore Washington, D.C. while discussing colonial history and African modernism.
Dr Zsofi Valyi-Nagy on ‘Circles, Blobs, Ripples’ by Zachary Lieberman
Dr Zsofi Valyi-Nagy considers Zachary Lieberman's practice in relation to the life and work of computer-art pioneer Vera Molnár to accompany the artist's solo exhibition, 'Circles, Blobs, Ripples', 2024.
Chibundu Onuzo on Lydia Merrett
Read Chibundu Onuzo’s essay on Lydia Merrett’s exploration of endurance sports and female athletes in her first solo presentation with Unit.
Dr Emma Sullivan on ‘Practice Makes Purrfect’
Dr Emma Sullivan, Open University, UK, explores the core themes and concepts of Mauro C. Martinez's solo exhibition, 'Practice Makes Purrfect', 2024.
Eugene Yiu Nam Cheung on Small Talk by Ziping Wang
Dive deeper into Ziping Wang's latest solo exhibition, Small Talk, with essay by Eugene Yiu Nam Cheung.
2023 Web3 Year in Review
From generative art to text-to-image AI, interactive works and live minting experiences, this year the gallery embraced an enormous variety of mediums, continuing to delve deeper into a genre that…
Osinachi at the Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
As the artist's signature style continues to capture attention, we delve into his practice and philosophy, eagerly anticipating his debut online solo presentation and print release with Unit London in…
Allen Ginsberg Enters Web3: A conversation with theVERSEverse, Fahey/Klein Gallery & fx(hash)
In celebration of our online exhibition, After Ginsberg, we had the pleasure of speaking with the artists, technologists & organisations who have made this ongoing literary experiment on the blockchain…
Stacey Gillian Abe at dot.ateliers, Accra
Stacey Gillian Abe is showcased in the dot.ateliers group exhibition "left hanging - one sculpture, one rug, and paintings" in Accra, Ghana.
Approaches to The Sun Never Sets
An essay by programme curator Kelsey Corbett outlines the foundational structure of The Sun Never Sets, which considers the myriad ramifications of empire.
South African scholar Li'Tsoanelo Zwane's essay, accompanying the Zul’bambe Linga’shoni exhibition, explores the epistemology of dreams as a sun that never sets.
Modernism in Art: Making it New
Modernism was an intellectual, cultural, and artistic movement characterised by a profound shift in creative thinking.
Stephen Wong at esea contemporary, Manchester
We are delighted to announce Stephen Wong's selection for the inaugural edition of esea contemporary's showcase in Manchester with a newly commissioned work.