<![CDATA[XOGRAM - Blog]]>Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:13:49 -0800EditMySite<![CDATA[XOGRAM Watch Face - on Google Play]]>Wed, 10 Dec 2014 18:38:50 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/xogram-watch-face-on-google-play
An Android Wear™ watch has become a digital canvas for visual art. Evolving from the Xogram work of artist Hugh Turvey, Xogram is a unique watch face now available for Android wearables. It has been created in collaboration with B-Reel who has worked with Hugh on the creative approach and Android development. Starting today you can download these watch faces from Google Play, just like you do apps, to be used on your Android Wear device.
 
Hugh’s work exposes the world around us, literally and metaphorically. A selection of his nature images are illuminated through a kaleidoscopic lens whenever the watch face is activated. Conjuring movement that reveals new variations to each they reflect an ever-changing world of possibility.
 
You can choose between analogue and digital, 12- or 24-hour clock displays and can pick your favourite image or cycle them all throughout the day.
 
“ This project has given me a new perspective on graphic expressions of time. We are all Chrononauts, travellers in time, and I like to think this app might encourage us to take time and stop, if just for a moment, to appreciate the infinite patterns within nature.”  Hugh Turvey.


android.com/wear
play.google.com/store
]]>
<![CDATA[New York City - AAF, LCA Sept 25-29 2014]]>Tue, 22 Jul 2014 15:10:33 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/new-york-city-aaf-lca-sept-25-29-2014Picture
We are next showing in NEW YORK CITY - The Affordable Art Fair  Sept 25-29 2014
London Contemporary Art London Contemporary Art – LCA – is a dynamic company dealing in art created by carefully chosen artists from around the world. We supply artwork to selected galleries for exhibition, interior design companies with site specific work and changing displays to private members clubs, hospitals and businesses in London. LCA exhibits at a number of art fairs in the UK and North America.
londoncontemporaryart.co.uk

About the Fair:
An amazing 17,500 of you came to the fair and fell in love with an incredible $4m worth of art. Thanks to everyone who helped make it our best fair yet! The Affordable Art Fair returns to the Tunnel this September 25-29, and we’re looking forward to making the fall edition 2014 even better!

Our concept is simple, yet unique: an inspiring and friendly atmosphere in which you can find thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs all under one roof, ranging from $100-$10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000. The work of young, emerging artists hangs alongside some of the biggest household names, while our Recent Graduates Exhibition provides a chance to snap up work by a future art world star.



]]>
<![CDATA[Hampstead AAF, LCA June 2014]]>Wed, 26 Mar 2014 13:46:26 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/hampstead-aaf-lca-june-2014Picture
Another chance to purchase the Stunning Xray images by Hugh Turvey on show at the LCA stand at the Affordable Art Fair Hampstead 12 - 15 th June 2014

London Contemporary Art London Contemporary Art – LCA – is a dynamic company dealing in art created by carefully chosen artists from around the world. We supply artwork to selected galleries for exhibition, interior design companies with site specific work and changing displays to private members clubs, hospitals and businesses in London. LCA exhibits at a number of art fairs in the UK and North America.

londoncontemporaryart.co.uk


]]>
<![CDATA[LCA, London Contemporary Art 2014]]>Mon, 10 Mar 2014 17:20:59 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/lca-london-contemporary-art-2014Picture



LCA @LCAGallery
Stunning Xray images by Hugh Turvey on show at the LCA stand at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea 13-16th March 2014

London Contemporary Art London Contemporary Art – LCA – is a dynamic company dealing in art created by carefully chosen artists from around the world. We supply artwork to selected galleries for exhibition, interior design companies with site specific work and changing displays to private members clubs, hospitals and businesses in London. LCA exhibits at a number of art fairs in the UK and North America.

londoncontemporaryart.co.uk



]]>
<![CDATA[X-POSÉ continues to show]]>Fri, 28 Feb 2014 10:41:51 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/x-pos-continues-to-show-from-27-february-to-11-march-2014Picture



27 February to 11 March 2014
Artopia Gallery, Ivory House, St. Katharine Docks, E1W A1T

Open daily, 11am – 6pm (late night opening, until 9pm, Thursdays)
Enquiries to eloise@artopialondon.com

X-POSÉ: material and surface @ artopia gallery Over 6,000 people, in the last two weeks, have seen Hugh Turvey’s extraordinary exhibition of Xograms at the OXO Gallery, Tower Wharf. Now it is heading down-river for an extended run at Artopia, the newly opened gallery on St. Katharine Docks.

Hugh is Artist in Residence at the British Institute of Radiology. An antidote to popular culture’s obsession with the superficial, his meticulously crafted work bridges the gap between art and science, graphic design and pure photography. An exploration of material and surface, X-POSÉ is an exhibition of transcendent imagery that gifts us an extraordinary way of seeing and knowing.

“we are very excited  that Hugh has chosen to place these beautiful and beguiling images with us for his show extension in London, following the amazing public acclaim he received at The OXO Gallery.  Hugh Turvey is an artist at the top of his tree in this discipline and if you didn’t get to see his work on the South Bank, this is the final opportunity before it goes on national tour.  See life as you’ve never quite seen it before through the astonishing X-ray visions of Hugh Turvey, the X-ray Artist.” Kieron Blair, co-founder of Artopia




]]>
<![CDATA[X-POSÉ: MATERIAL AND SURFACE]]>Wed, 12 Feb 2014 09:38:11 GMThttp://www.xogram.com/blog/x-pos-material-and-surfacePicture



PUBLIC EXHIBITION
12 – 23 February 2014

10am – 6pm | gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House St, South Bank, London SE1 9PH
‘An extraordinary exhibition of XOGRAMS by Hugh Turvey, Artist in Residence at The British Institute of Radiology’
More information on the BIR website

]]>