George Kanis: Artist Interview 002

George Kanis, an Athens based powerful yet vulnerabel Visual Artist, speaks with founder on the reality of the Arts industry. George speaks on both past, present and future, as well as what needs to change. Read more here...

Alejandra Jamies: Artist Interview 003

Curator Sade English and Alejandra Jaimes have a one on one interview discussing the future of the Arts world. Read more here...

Conrad Armstrong: Artist Interview 004

An interview discussing the relationships between race, art and the future of Art as he sees it. Conrad Armstrong's interview showcases the Artists personal journey as an multidisciplinary Artist, from London to Lisbon, coming soon...

Multidisciplinary Artist Elika Bo, shares her lived experience within the Art's Industry. Elika talks of it being an exciting yet also somewhat demotivating space for an Artist wishing to not conform to suit society at times, read more here..

Founder and Artistic director of Anticlone Sade English, invites journalist Emanuel Marchal into her Home Studio to discuss Anticlone Gallery and the evolution of her journey and the Arts industry as she see’s it, read more...

Othello De'souza Hartley: Artist Interview 005

Othello De'souza Hartley, a Newley featured Artist to Anticlone Gallery, speaks with Founder Sade English on what Art, Identity, and the future of Black Artists looks like for 2021, coming soon..


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"Anticlone Gallery, endeavours to platform and represent Artists that removes and blurs, the lines between established and emerging Artists. Anticlone Gallery is a conceptual, contemporary Art Gallery that operates online and nomadically. Anticlone Introduces a unique new realm and space to learn, buy and discover Anticlone Artists whilst witnessing and being apart of the evolution of contemporary Art and Design. 


Anticlone Gallery inspires diverse audiences across the globe to discover Contemporary Art beyond the confines of physical spaces and but also through online platforms. Unlike stationary Galleries and museums defined by their permanent architecture, Anticlone Gallery intends to roam world wide from it's origins in London, to place to place showcasing Art that is un-cloneable." - SADE ENGLISH