Tag: Art

Scenes for a New Heritage: Contemporary Art from the Collection

During our most recent trip to New York in December, Madame Soho ventured uptown to MoMa (we always have a mooch up there whenever we’re in town) to check out what was new, and were pleased to stumble across the powerful exhibition, Scenes For A New Heritage: Contemporary Art From

Exclusive interview with acclaimed artist ZOOBS: ‘I have always identified with misfits, with people who dare to be different and go against the grain and the status quo.’

Acclaimed artist, ZOOBS spoke to Madame Soho recently in a heartfelt interview which covered a range of intimate themes. The London born, Los Angeles based artist bared his soul revealing everything from personal grief and loss to his visceral, artistic inspiration and his experiences of living in Soho. ZOOBS’ evolution of self has

Day 3 at London Colections Men AW2016: Alexander McQueen

Amidst the rigid, authoritative buildings of Whitehall and the establishment, a small army of photographers and journalists lurk, waiting to steal a glimpse of the fashionistas, artists and creatives about to roll into the space for Alexander McQueen’s show at London Collections Men autumn – winter 2016. And it’s sublimely ironic that

Art & Culture: Smiler’s photographs of London’s squatters between the 1970s and 1990s, and the relevance of Soho in 2015

At a time when England’s youth face severe oppression by the Tory government due to a despicable housing crisis and drastic benefit cuts, Smiler’s ICA exhibition featuring London’s squatters has a deeply visceral resonance. Smiler, aka Mark Cawson captured London’s counterculture during three decades of social and political upheaval in the

Madame Soho Featured in the West End EXtra: Views of Old School Soho

Our ethos at Madame Soho is about the representation of people, place and culture across space and time. Our vision is to capture the spirit of Soho both past and present, filter it through our lens and connect to the other Sohos of the world that encompass a similar aesthetic.

Fashion, Art & Culture: Madame Soho and Members of London’s Trans Community collaborate to form House of Trannies

Weaving our way through the city beneath the concrete overcoat that drapes east London, we follow the A2 and race towards a looming black cloud. As we exit the metropolis the sky caves in; but it’s bearable – the repetitive beat and anarchic vocal of Patti Smith’s Rock and Roll Nigger fills the

Art & Culture: World Artists Series: Recycled Propaganda talks to Madame Soho about his penetrative artworks, his creative process and his vision for society

artists use lies to tell the truth, while politicians use them to cover the truth up (Recycled Propaganda) Subversive artist, Recycled Propaganda sat down to talk to Madame Soho recently about the artist’s role in the world, his observations of modernity and his vision for society. The Las Vegas based artist

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